Spellbound is a children’s fantasy e-zine for kids 8-12 years of age.
Published quarterly, each issue contains stories, poetry, art and more all centered around a featured creature. Issues come in a DRM-free ePub format. They can be read on Nooks, Kindles, iPads, Kobos and many other ereaders, as well as laptops, desktops, tablets and smartphones.
Pick up a gift subscription by entering the e-mail address of the reader you love. Four issues of magical reading will be delivered via e-mail throughout the year. Only $24.
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Give the young reader in your life a year of magical reading. Enter the e-mail address for the recipient and add to cart. Issues of Spellbound will be delivered to them and billing information will be sent to you. Four issues of Spellbound delivered to your inbox throughout the year (December 1, March 1, July 1 & September 1).
One year's subscription to Spellbound E-zine includes four issues in ePub format. Each issue features stories, poems, artwork, riddles, featured creatures and more. Read issues on your favorite e-reader.
The first year's issues of Spellbound in a convenient zip file bundle. You'll get Rings and Other Magic Things, Changelings, Dragons, and Creatures of the Deep, Dark Woods, all in ePub format.
Spellbound Subscription Renewal
Renew your subscription of Spellbound to make sure you don't miss out on any of the magic! Four issues of Spellbound delivered to your inbox throughout the year (December 1, March 1, July 1 & September 1). ~ Only use if you are renewing an existing subscription. ~
The Winter 2012 Issue of Spellbound, featuring Rings and Other Magic Things. Includes fiction, poetry and artwork in ePub format.
What they are saying about Spellbound
This chapbook-format quarterly distinguishes itself from a host of other small press f/sf magazines by aiming squarely at the juvenile audience. It scores a direct hit, too, with high-calibre stories, poetry, and articles focused on the “feature creature” of the issue and on other folklore/fairy tale/mythology themes. – Donna Farley, Black Gate
It’s great to see people putting out fantasy magazines for children. Spellbound has a good variety of stories for younger readers. – Dave Kirtley, Tangent
As a reviewer of children’s and young adult material, as an author of the same genres, and as a mother of three creative children, I high recommend Spellbound. – Jennifer LB Leese