Educational Publishers Need Engaging Content From You

Literacy and learning go hand-in-hand, which is why publishers who produce educational materials need engaging content for a variety of reading levels. Key concepts and curriculum objectives need to be packaged in relatable formats so subject matter is entertaining as well as informative. If this creative niche is one you’re interested in exploring further, consider joining authors and co-faculty Jan Fields and Paula Morrow at Writing for the Educational Market.

At this workshop, you will:

  • Find markets for nonfiction, fiction, poetry and more
  • Study market-specific lingo
  • Learn techniques for meeting specs and leveling text
  • Learn how to respond to editorial feedback
  • Find out how to produce submissions packages

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Check Out These Other Workshops About Special Markets:
Science & Nature Writing for Kids & Teens

  • Science writing is for both fiction and nonfiction
  • Meet and submit to acquiring editors
  • Learn how to create proposals and write cover letters
  • Find out where to send your work

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Writing First Chapter Books & Early Readers

  • Explore the differences between picture books, early readers and transitional chapter books
  • Zero in on where your work–fiction, nonfiction, or both–fits in
  • Learn about researching, finding new ideas and writing your stories
  • Discover how to find the right publishing home for your work
  • Have one-on-one critique sessions

Learn more.

More About Special Markets:

Jennifer Swanson: 3 Myths About Why Writing Science Books for Kids is Hard

Carol Hinz: Elements of Excellent Science Books

Wiley Blevins: Early Readers and Transitional Chapter Books: What Are They and Why Are They Important?

Julia Garstecki: Breaking Into the Educational Market

Paula Morrow: Those Pesky Specs!

Posted on: April 6, 2019

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