Writing Nonfiction for Children’s Magazines – 6 Tips – by Suzanne Lieurance…

on Writers on the Move:

It used to be true that one of the best ways to break into the children’s magazine markets was with nonfiction.

Today, many children’s publications have in-house writers who create most, if not all, of their nonfiction.

Yet, it’s still possible to sell your nonfiction articles to those children’s publications that do accept nonfiction from freelance writers.

But you’ll want to follow the 6 tips, below, to have the best chance of acceptance.

And, of course, you’ll need to follow each publication’s guidelines carefully.

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