Cricket Magazine Guidelines InformationPublisher: Cricket Media
Frequency: 9 times per year
Accepts Email Submissions: No
Website URL: http://www.cricketmag.com/
Description: Cricket is a literary magazine for children ages 9 to 14. It publishes original stories, poems, and articles for children and young adults. The content includes historical fiction, fantasy, true adventure, history, myths and legends, poems, puzzles, crafts and humor. It is published 9 times per year.
Needs: Fiction, poetry, and literary nonfiction
Length: Most stories are 1200-1800 words in length but longer stories have been published serialized.
Rights: See Guidelines.
Payment: Stories and articles: up to 25 cents per word
Poems: up to $3.00 per line
How to Submit: Submit stories through Cricket Media's page on Submittable, which works with all of Cricket Media's publications and lists the publisher's active literary submission calls.
Response Time: up to 3–6 months response time.
Guidelines Url: http://cricketmedia.com/Cricket-literary-magazine
Address: Cricket Media, Inc. 1751 Pinnacle Drive
Suite 600 McLean VA 22102
This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2018-03-22
Image Credit: Cricket Media
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