knowonder! is an online magazine for children where young readers can find a story every day. Yep, every single day.
That’s a lot of content. So the editor needs lots of stories. And according to the email I just received, knowonder! will now be paying for stories! Oh, frabjous day!
It just so happens that I have quite a few stories. And it also happens that I enjoy being paid for the use of my stories. Of course, I also like kids to read my stories. So really, it’s a win-win-win at knowonder!
I’ll bet you have a story or two, also. Find out how to submit your splendiferous stories here. But first, you might want to peruse the stories and website to get a feel for this children’s market. I liked them on Facebook, to keep up with knowonder!.
Hey, don’t act like there’s not a seven-year-old reader in you, waiting for your story a day.
The Imagination Cafe is an on-line kid’s magazine full of wild and wacky stuff. I’m sure most 8 to 12 year olds would find the site appealing…quizzes, stories, celebrity goof-ups, recipes, and more. You can take a peek around to see the kind of material the editor likes, but you won’t be able to access all the departments.
And you might not be able to figure out the editorial calendar. That’s because, technically, there isn’t one. It looks like Imagination Cafe publishes when the editor feels like it. So, if you can deal with loose limits, then give it a try. You can check out the contributor’s guidelines here.
Um, you also won’t find the pay, but I’m sure it’s a paying market. And I’ll keep you posted. I submitted a quiz, I think. So, if I ever find out more about the quiz, I’ll let you know whether this market is a true keeper or not!