Chicken Soup for the Soul wants nonfiction stories and poems for its upcoming book Miracles and More: When Good Things Happen to Good People. And since I only got wind of to this call at the last minute, maybe you can take inspiration from that and write about the miracle it’ll be if you complete a decent essay with just 24 hours notice of a deadline.
Pay is $200 plus 10 copies of the paperback edition for stories of up to 1,200 words. Authors retain the rights to their work and may republish it at any time.
- Word count: Up to 1,200 words
- Genres: Nonfiction and poetry
- Payment: $200 plus 10 copies of the paperback edition
- Rights: Authors retain the rights to their work and may republish it at any time after Miracles and More has been released
More about the call from Chicken Soup for the Soul:
All of us have experienced events in our lives that are completely unexplainable: the strange premonition that made you take a different route home only, causing you to miss an accident; the eerie feeling that you should call home… now, saving someone’s life; the mysterious communication from a loved one who has passed on. Angels, divine timing, miraculous coincidences, answered prayers, premonitions that come true. Good things do happen to good people. Please share your unbelievable and amazing stories about the unexplainable events that have occurred to you. Share the awe, the faith, and the wonder with our readers. The deadline date for story and poem submissions is August 31, 2017.
You can find additional details at www.chickensoup.com/story-submissions/possible-book-topics.
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