Call for Submissions & Free Printables

Happy New Year. It’s winter, and that means our next quarterly issue is coming up. Here’s all the details about how to submit for the Winter 2020/2021 issue, plus a few free editing posters just for fun.

Call for Submissions

Our Winter 2020/21 issue is coming up. Send in your work to be featured. The theme of this issue is “fairytales and legends.” What does that mean to you? The theme is open to interpretation, so feel free to write a new story or poem, or send in something you’ve already written.

What can you send in?

If you want to know why publication is a valuable experience for young writers, check out our post on 5 Reasons to Submit Your Work. When you’re ready to send it in, just submit on our website.

You’ll hear back from an editor with personalized feedback on your piece. Feel free to share about your writing in the cover letter – this will guide the editors in what type of feedback to provide.

Free Editing Posters

As a thank you for reading Radiate Literary Journal, here are a few free printable posters to guide you along the editing process. Follow the 5 basic steps on these posters to ensure your piece is ready for publication, and then share it through Radiate Literary Journal in our Winter 20/21 issue.

Click the image to open a printable PDF of the editing posters.

Galaxy Editing Checklist
Always Explore Editing Checklist
Write in Color Editing Checklist
Enchanted Forest Editing Checklist

Which of the posters is your favorite? Do you have any great editing tips? Let us know in the comments.

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