For kids who wish to publish
Below are some links that kids who write or illustrate might find useful if they wish to get their works published. I do recommend reading the article by John Scalzi, which I link to at the end of the list. It gives some no-nonsense advice about the difficulties teenagers should expect in the publishing world.
Good luck to all!
http://www.stonesoup.com/ — This links to Stone Soup: The Magazine by Young Writers and Artists, aged 8 to 13. It includes information about submissions.
http://indykids.net/main/ — IndyKids is a newspaper by and for kids.
http://www.kidpub.com/ — KidPub publishes stories by kids online. Membership required.
http://www.gennasworld.com/ — Publishes stories by kids online.
http://www.newmoon.com/magazine/ — New Moon is a magazine for girls, by girls.
http://www.yaagroup.wordpress.com/blog/ — A blog from the Young Authors and Artists Group with lots of tips and resources for kids and teens who would like to publish. You can also join their organization at http://www.yaagroup.org/ for a fee.
http://cwp.uconn.edu/publications/csw.php — The Connecticut Student Writers Magazine is run by the University of Connecticut for kindergarten through high school students.
http://www.cicadamag.com/ — Cicada is a magazine for teenagers published by the Cricket Group. They also accept submissions from teenagers.
http://www.cobblestonepub.com/kids.html — Cobblestone Publishing, the publishers of the kid magazines Babybug, Ladybug, Cricket, Cicada, and more, have many contests and submissions opportunities for kids of all age.
http://www.teenvoices.com — Teen Voices is a journalism mentoring and leadership development program for teen girls in Boston. It publishes a biannual magazine, Teen Voices, that accepts submissions from girls around the world.
http://whatever.scalzi.com/2006/04/27/10-things-teenage-writers-should-know-about-writing/ — Aimed for the teenage writer who would like to publish in adult markets, this is a bit of a rant, but what author John Scalzi has to say is true and useful. If you’re willing to listen to tough advice, it’s a very good read.