Submission Guidelines/Monthly Themes

Our blog is your blog! There is no doubt – there is power in numbers. The more voices we have contributing (writing for and commenting), the stronger and more useful this site will be for all of us. We’re looking for members who are willing to contribute to the blog on an occasional and/or regular basis.

We’re also looking to share your good news! Big or small, we heart it all! We want to celebrate you, our faithful members, so let us toot your horn!

Submissions can be e-mailed to Laura Parnum at lparnum@msn.com with all text contained in the body of the e-mail rather than as an attached file.

 General submission guidelines:  

  • All contributions must be your own work.
  • Please keep your word count to around 1,500 words. Many times, less is more.
  • Please do not include artwork or images due to copyright concern (Jacket covers and author photos are acceptable).
  • Please include a brief bio with your work.

Monthly Themes:

  • In 2018 and 2019 we filled the month of February with LOVE in a blog event we call #LoveMadeVisible. Each day we featured poetry and illustrations with the theme of love sent in by our wonderful Eastern PA SCBWI members. We hope to feature other monthly themes in the future. Stay tuned . . .
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  8. Annie Lynn says:

    I would love to see April devoted to Earth Day, and all environmental issues.

  9. Kristen C.S. says:

    What would you think about participant reviews after SCBWI events as a theme? So like May can focus on sharing take-aways from the Pocono Retreat.

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