Posted by: anitanolan | January 18, 2010

Skipping Stones Magazine

Prior to interviewing Arun Narayan Toké, editor of Skipping Stones for the www. YAAGroup.org (Young Authors and Artists Group,) I didn’t realize that Skipping Stones took articles from adults.

Skipping Stones is a children’s magazine celebrating ecological and cultural diversity.  They are committed to facilitating a meaningful exchange of ideas and experiences.  In addition to encouraging children’s creativity, they invite adults to submit their own writing, art, and photos for publications.

Their readers, ages 7 to 17, hail from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. The editors want to make reading Skipping Stones an active experience, relevant to issues confronting them locally and globally. Writing and artwork by adults should challenge readers to think, learn, cooperate and create. They encourage adults to submit creative informational stories rather than pure fiction. They prefer submissions focusing on your own culture or experiences. They do not accept adult poetry.

More information, including submission guidelines, can be found at their website:   www.skipping stones.org.


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