Monday, November 30, 2009

Submit Your Writing

Now that you've spent all month writing for NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), you should submit what you wrote! There are lots of great places that are looking for short stories, poems, artwork, etc. from teens like YOU, for teens like YOU to read. Here are just a few...

Teen Ink has a website, print magazine, and books filled with teen writing. You must be between 13 and 19 to submit, and they accept poetry, nonfiction, fiction, opinions, reviews, college essays, artwork or photos, and more. Submissions are always accepted, and they also have contests all the time. The Library has four Teen Ink books, so be sure to check them out.

What Matters

What Matters
By Meyer, Stephanie H.
Editor Meyer, John
Editor Veljkovic, Peggy
2003-04 - Hci Teens
0757300634 Check the Library's Catalog

Through poetry, stories, and photos, teens reveal what matters most in their lives. …More

Young Writer is "the magazine for young people with something to say." They have a website and magazines of writing by teens up to age 18. The website has book reviews, a picture gallery, links, and more.

Teen Reads is a website full of book reviews written by teens. If you're more interested in reviewing others' books than writing your own, you can become a reviewer for the website. You can write your opinions of books you've read and help other teens decide whether or not they should read them.

Good luck!

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