Submit your portfolio
Illustrations, comic strips, and puzzles in Honeycake Magazine are by assignment only. If you are an artist in the Jewish community and are interested in sharing your portfolio with us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, following the instructions below.
Please use “Portfolio Sample” as the subject line.
You can include a link to an online portfolio or send samples as attachments.
Please include your name, mailing address, and phone number.
About the Magazine
What we publish
Honeycake Magazine is a Jewish literary magazine for two- to six-year-olds. Each issue includes stories, poems, activities, and illustrations created by people in the Jewish community. We look for pieces that do one or more of the following: feature Jewish characters; take place in a Jewish setting; demonstrate a Jewish value; introduce Hebrew or Yiddish vocabulary; and draw upon Jewish texts, oral traditions, and mythologies. We are particularly interested in material that conveys a child-centered, inquisitive, imaginative perspective on the world.
Diversity and inclusion
Honeycake Magazine is committed to a diverse and inclusive Jewish literary culture. In particular, we are looking for works by and about underrepresented groups in the Jewish community, including Jews of color, LGBTQ+ Jews, Jewish immigrants, Jewish people with disabilities, and other marginalized groups.
Our aim is to appeal to a wide range of families with Jewish children, ranging from secular to traditionally observant. The magazine is not affiliated with a particular Jewish movement. We welcome partnerships with individuals and organizations who share our values of diversity and inclusion, as well as our commitment to excellence in producing Jewish educational materials for young children.
Please email email@example.com — we’d be happy to discuss rates, permissions, and any other questions you might have.