Writers Forum and Enjoy Magazine are pleased to partner together to publish young writers, artists and graphic designers.
Writers Forum and Enjoy Magazine announce a Call for Submissions for students in grades k-12. The theme is “Summer Memories”. Students are encouraged to submit an essay or poem and/or one piece of artwork. One essay or poem and one piece of artwork will be featured in the July issue of Enjoy Magazine. The winner and runners-up will be featured on the Writers Forum website/newsletter, and the Enjoy Magazine website. One high school student with an interest in graphic design will be chosen to work with the editor of Enjoy Magazine to design the layout of the page. Winners and runners-up will be notified via email.
1. The student must submit an application, a photograph of the student and one original essay or poem and/or original piece of artwork (painting, drawing or photograph) that exemplifies the theme “Summer Memories”.
2. Kindergarten-3rd grade students may submit handwritten or typed essays. 4th-12th grade students must submit typed essays.
3. Essay or poetry submissions and applications must be attached to an email and sent to Writers Forum at email@example.com.
4. Art submissions and applications must be attached to an email and sent to Enjoy Magazine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
5. High school students interested in designing the featured page must submit an application and a photograph of the student to Enjoy Magazine at email@example.com.
6. All applications and submissions must be received by February 15, 2014.
7. Students under the age of 18 must include a parent/guardian signature on the application.
Writers Forum members, please pass this along to educators and children in your life. We simply can’t wait to help children celebrate their love of the written word by publishing their original pieces!
Writers Forum members interested in helping read and select the winning piece should contact Writers Forum Director at Large, Alicia McCauley, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
thanks for the info…I have neighbors that have grand/great-grand kids in their life.