Richland Library is currently accepting submissions for its literary magazine, Kids in Print, which showcases the talents of young people across the Midlands. Children and teens ages 6-18 can submit their poetry, stories, short plays, essays, drawings, photographs and more.
Kids in Print is not a competition, but with so many submissions, we are not able to publish everything. We try to include a variety of creative work that is original, well-crafted and contributes to the overall collection.
Children and teens may submit their work by printing out a submission form below. Submissions are accepted at any Richland Library location. Contributors may also submit their work via e-mail (see directions below). All submissions must be received by January 12, 2017 to be considered for publication.
Congratulations on being brave and expressing yourself--whether you're published or not, you've succeeded!
We look forward to seeing your work.
--The Kids in Print Selection Committee
Online Submission Guidelines
Apply by sending an e-mail to KidsinPrint@richlandlibrary.com. Be sure to include all of the information requested for each entry (name, address, etc.) Incomplete entries will not be considered.
- Requested information:
- kid’s e-mail
- home phone #
- other phone #
- school’s address
- title of work
Parents/Guardians: You are verifying that this submission is your child’s original work and you are granting permission for your child’s name, age, school and artwork to be used in Richland Library publicity materials. You will receive an automated reply confirming your first submission only.