The EKST online magazine, Mind’s Eye Kent, which is edited and designed by The King’s School, Canterbury, now publishes articles by pupils from East Kent Schools Together partnership schools. The next deadline for submission is 1 June 2020.
The magazine aims to help pupils to express their views about any aspect of the real world with journalistic skill, then experience professional sub-editing and see their work published to a high standard of design.
The subject of articles, which are non-fiction, can be anything about which the writer feels passionate, from cheese-making to wind-surfing to the psychiatric insights of ancient myth – perhaps politics, history, art, science or religion. The subject can be explored in any genre of non-fiction – the straightforward article that argues a case, a duologue between pupils with opposing views, letters to public figures or to the magazine itself, spoof speeches, diary entries and so on. The tone can be anything from serious to sardonic to light-hearted. Mind’s Eye was conceived in the spirit of journals such as Prospect and The Spectator but there is no reason why elements of Private Eye, Wired, Vogue and Elle should not appear. Articles can be anything from 100 to 1500 words in length.
Check our past editions at Mind’s Eye website www.mindseyemagazine.com.
To submit articles email firstname.lastname@example.org
Maybe you could write about what you have discovered when you taking your daily exercise?