This is in part due to the fact that, unlike the adult literary journal market, one does not need to be a writer to publish in children's magazines.
Articles can be written by parents, teachers, anyone with enough contact with children and young people to know what they like.
Usually submitted in advance (check each publication’s preferences), personal essays come in the long form, the short form and...
There are more than two dozen calls for submissions in September.
Most pet magazines are looking for nonfiction articles.
But even if you are a fiction writer, there is room for creative writing.
There are ample economic opportunities for people who can see the lighter side of life, or skewer the darker side with a well-aimed quip. Some of the genres accepted by horror magazines include: humorous horror, holiday horror, psychological horror, science fiction horror, slasher horror, supernatural horror, gothic horror, erotic horror, teen horror and, of course, anything with zombies, werewolves, vampires, or other malevolent creatures.
These publications will be more than happy to pay you to make their readers laugh. Many of the magazines on this list also accept dark fiction, dark fantasy, and other genre crossovers that include a sinister mood.
“That which is most personal is most universal,” said author Henri Nouwen.
In personal essays, writers use material from their own lives and share it in a way that offers insight to the individual emotional experience.