Pitching Children's Markets, Part II
A fresh concept and an energetic pitch letter will land you major bylines at these juniors' mags
June 29, 2010
Children's publications provide writers with a unique opportunity to stretch their creativity, offer education, and captivate readers in a fresh and exciting way. In part two of our Children's Markets series
, read about how to pitch powerhouses like National Geographic Kids
and Sports Illustrated for Kids
. You need to do your homework, read the magazine, and query like a pro. Developing the right voice to speak to a young reader is a challenging task, and essential to landing an assignment. ...
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