An award-winning literary magazine for kids 9 - 14, Cricket has featured work from such iconic authors as Isaac Bashevis Singer, Lloyd Alexander and Tamora Pierce. With the goal of offering children quality literature and artwork presented in an engaging manner, Marianne Carus launched Cricket in 1973. Lonnie Plecha carries on this work as Cricket’s current editor.
Published nine times per year, the magazine is available in print and digital formats. Available in recent years on iTunes, the digital editions often contain additional materials, such as artwork, maps, video and even music. A subscription is not required for downloading individual issues. For more information, visit Cricket Media online.
My work appears in the issues below.
"The Path to the Moon:
The Story of Katherine Johnson"
The Story of Robert H. Goddard"
The Story of Alexander Calder"
The Story of Luke Howard"
The Story of Maria Sibylla Merian"
The Story of the Montgolfier Brothers"
"Cricket Magazine Titles Available on Apple News +," EIN Presswire, March 29, 2019.
"The Secret History of Cricket Magazine, 'the New Yorker for Children,'" by A.J. O'Connell, Electric Lit, Nov. 6, 2017.
"An Online Reading Platform Fostering Friendships Between Low-Income Kids and Mentors," by Anne Field, Forbes, August 4, 2017.
"Give Reading to Underprivileged Communities This Holiday Season," by Lee Littlewood, Noozhawk, Dec. 10, 2016.