Richland Library is currently accepting submissions for its literary magazine, Kids in Print. Children and teens ages 6-18 can submit their art, poems and stories. This year, all submissions will be published either digitally on RichlandLibrary.com or in the 2014 edition of Kids in Print. Selection for the magazine is based on originality and craftsmanship. Click here to look at the 2013 edition of Kids in Print. Check out our 2013 artists and authors at our photostream on Flickr. Children and teens may submit their work online or by visiting their Richland Library location for submission forms.
Feel free to be creative and send in more than one submission. We look forward to seeing your work!
--The Kids in Print Selection Committee
Richland Library has so much to offer to spark the imagination of young minds. Get lost in a book, attend a class or event, or check out our fun movie collection! If your family is always on the go, grab one of our Playaway audiobooks or video players. With all of these wonderful resources, it’s easy for Midlands youth to get inspired and come up with a creative work of their own.
Kids in Print Guidelines
What? Type or write your original essay, poem or short story in black ink on 8.5 x 11 inch white paper. Written submissions are limited to one page, single-spaced. Draw all artwork in black ink on 8.5 x 11 inch white paper. Black and white photographs are accepted. No notebook paper, copies or tracings, please. Entries will not be returned.
When? Submit your entry online or turn in entries at any Richland Library location by December 20, 2013. Please see our entry form below. Be sure to complete all entry information. Incomplete entries will not be considered.
Questions? Call 803.988.0894 or e-mail Heather McCue at email@example.com to get the answers.