To cultivate healthy collaborations with prolific youth and their families, we welcome proposals from children with brilliant ideas who want to see them grow. If you are the parent of an exceptional child that has a creative idea for a book, play, film, or social demonstration, please submit a proposal. We also welcome proposals from artists, professionals, schools, organizations, and businesses that want to collaborate with us on one of our projects. Charlie’s Port will examine the possibilities of working together. Current submission guidelines and needs are below.
General Submission Guidelines
Charlie’s Port nurtures the talent of young people. We only accept literary works, art, or ideas that are created by children under the age of 18.
Guidelines vary, depending upon the type of submission. We accept humanitarian and ministry campaign ideas, stand-up comedy acts, visual art collections, screenplays, plays, poems, short stories, and middle grade / young adult books and proposals. As long as it has been created by a child, we will accept the submission. Send a query to email@example.com. Include the following in the body of an email and/or in attachments:
Child’s name and bio (activities, accomplishments, hobbies, etc.)
Parent/Guardian contact information. (If you are a teacher, minister, librarian or other professional, explain why you are submitting the work and what you would like to see happen.)
The proposal. A proposal to us can be a completed book, play, screenplay or poem. It can be a work in development. It can be a plan for a social mission, a social demonstration, or photos of visual art for a gallery proposal. (Note: If you are submitting a completed middle grade or YA book, send a sample of the first 3 chapters, explaining that the book is completed. If you are submitting a work in progress, you can submit the entire work.)
We are also currently seeking:
Parents and teachers! We are currently seeking art submissions from visual artists and illustrators for 2 book projects, one is a picture book and the other is a YA novel. Submit below.