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STORY AND PHOTO SCHEDULE AND DEADLINES

Dear Writer and Photographers:

Thank you for your interest in submitting material for possible publication in Creation Illustrated.
 
Writers: currently we appreciate receiving queries for non solicited articles and at times assign articles to be written.   For more details on each feature and the corresponding payments, please refer to the full Writer and Photographer Guidelines.

Photographers:  If you wish your email to be added to our list of photographers who we contact each quarter with our new needs list please send us your request and contact information to: ci@creationillustrated.com   Subject line: photo needs list request.

Please refer to the Photographer Guidelines to see the important directions on how to submit your photos.

Photo Deadlines and Print Schedule: (may vary slightly)
Winter Edition            Deadline: Nov. 1         Printed: Dec. 15
Spring Edition            Deadline: Feb. 1         Printed: March 15
Summer Edition         Deadline: May 1          Printed: June 15
Fall Edition                Deadline: Aug. 1         Printed: Sept. 15

 
Thank you for your prompt submissions in accordance with the deadlines listed above
and in the Creation Illustrated Writer and Photographer Guidelines.

Thank you for your interest in helping to make Creation Illustrated a top-quality periodical that glorifies God the Creator.

Sincerely,
The Publishers

Upcoming Edition Photo Needs
Winter 2015 Edition Deadline for photos needs for the following articles is November 20.
Email ci@creationillustrated.com to request more information on photos needs for this issue.
 
Cover: Photos needed of Winter images, scenes, and creatures in winter environments (mostly verticals). 
The Front Cover is always a vertical extreme close-up.


Creatures Near and Dear to Us: Photos needed of Canada lynx in springtime if possible -- both close-ups and in their surrounding habitat, prairies -- flying and singing and even nests if possible.

Creation Up Close:  Lessons from Elements of Life: Nitrogen, Oxygen, Carbon, Hydrogen. - Photography of sky, coal, bubbles ascending in water.
 
Birding – A Lens on Creation: by Bobby Harrison birding photographer and teacher.


Re-Creation Outdoors - Photos mostly assigned, but we welcome other images of snow camping in the mountains.

Creation Week Features: Photos of light for day 1 of Creation.

My Walk with God: Photos needed of hiking a snowy trail in the Utah mountains.

Creativity in the Garden: Photos assinged
 
Genesis Cuisine Recipes:  Photos assigned
 

Children Story: Photos needed of black cat sleeping on a man's lap.