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No Flying, No Tights: A Graphic Novel Review Website

No Flying, No Tights: A Graphic Novel Review Website

This site was developed to review graphic novels written with teens in mind. The site divides a broad range of genres into easy to identify categories such as fantasy, nonfiction, crime and suspense, realism, romance, horror, and science fiction. If you want to see what’s fresh off the presses, check out the New Sensation section. If you have a par …
Subject: Sports, Entertainment And Arts–Comics; Reading And Writing–Reading Lists And Clubs

Teen Ink Magazine

Teen Ink Magazine

Features fiction, non-fiction, art, photos, poetry, articles about teen issues and more, all written by teen authors. The website complements the monthly print magazine.
Subject: Reading And Writing–Zines; Reading And Writing–Teen Writing

Annabelle Magazine

Annabelle Magazine

A girl-run, quarterly online magazine ???dedicated to the proposition that we don’t have to have a lot of money to have a fulfilled life.??? Each issue is dedicated to a different theme, so be sure to check out their fun-filled back issues!
Subject: Reading And Writing–Zines

hipchickzine.net

hipchickzine.net

Check out this e-zine written for college-aged girls and women. Features articles on health, activism, travel, real life, entertainment, and beauty & style. Have something to say? Submissions are encouraged!
Subject: Reading And Writing–Zines–Girls

Popgurls.com

Popgurls.com

Popgurls ???is a web magazine for anyone who likes a little bit of irony with their entertainment news.??? Featuring articles on TV, movies, books, music, Popgurls also has interviews, reviews, and a message board where you can discuss all things popular culture. Appears that most of the writers are women, and many of their articles focus on wome …
Subject: Reading And Writing–Zines–Girls

A Girl’s World.com

A Girl’s World.com

Check out this e-zine for teen and tween girls (ages 7-17 years old). Make a new friend through the International Pen Pal Club or earn some dough by completing their Babysitting Certificate Class. The site also features movie reviews, advice columns, and even recipes and crafts!
Subject: Reading And Writing–Zines–Girls

Nancy J. Keane’s ATN Book Lists

Nancy J. Keane’s ATN Book Lists

If you need to find a book for school, or are just looking for something cool to read, you should look here. This site has nearly 1000 booklists, where you can search by certain themes, school subjects, Newberry Award winners, and much more. If you can???t find what you???re looking for on the list, there???s also a search box to look for the spe …
Subject: Reading Zone–Book Lists; Reading Zone–Books & Authors; Reading And Writing–Reading Lists And Clubs

Grrrl Zine Network

Grrrl Zine Network

A comprehensive guide to mostly print zines focused on grrrl, lady, queer, and trans-folk. This site also contains contact information for distros and Do-It-Yourself projects from all over the world!
Subject: Reading And Writing–Zines–Girls

Latinitas

Latinitas

This webzine has information for and about Latina girls. It features one section devoted to Girls and one devoted to Teens. Check it out!
Subject: Reading And Writing–Zines–Girls

Xenith

Xenith

This zine of poetry, prose, plays, and articles was started in 1997 by a teen girl who wanted to see what other teens were writing. Still going strong, Xenith has all of its issues archived on the site, and is constantly adding new content. See what teens and college students are writing, submit your own work, hang out on the message boards to meet …
Subject: Reading And Writing–Zines; Reading And Writing–Poetry; Reading And Writing–Teen Writing

Sarah Dessen

Sarah Dessen

Author Sarah Dessen’s books about teen girls dealing with friends, family, and new situations are the center of this bright and lively website. Read all sorts of information about the author, her books and what they mean to her, and her thoughts on finding success. Check out Dessen’s LiveJournal and leave a message in her guestbook!
Subject: Reading And Writing–Authors

Francesca Lia Block

Francesca Lia Block

Block is famous for her modern fairy tales of quirky, creative urban teens, their relationships, and their creative outlets. Her site provides basic info on all of her books, as well as an author biography, the author’s favorite links, and news on readings and other events.
Subject: Reading And Writing–Authors

Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman

Gaiman is world-famous for his witty and weird novels, short stories, and comics (especially the Sandman books) about magic and myth in our everyday lives. His website provides a ton of content: info on past and future projects, news, interviews, and the author’s blog, as well as links to online resources Gaiman has used to write his books.
Subject: Reading And Writing–Authors

Reader’s Club: Teen Corner Book Reviews

Reader’s Club: Teen Corner Book Reviews

This booklist is sponsored by a public library and features really well-organized reviews of books for teens. Look at what’s new, or browse by categories like action/adventure, general fiction, graphic novels, historical fiction, horror, humor, classics, non-fiction, romance, sci fi and fantasy, thrillers, etc. Titles that celebrate multiculturalis …
Subject: Reading And Writing–Reading Lists And Clubs

Merlyn’s Pen: Fiction, Essays, and Poems by America’s Teens

Merlyn’s Pen: Fiction, Essays, and Poems by America’s Teens

Merlyn’s Pen is an online resource and print magazine of outstanding writing by teens. Browse the library to choose from almost a thousand stories, poems, essays, interviews, and reviews by writers who have contributed to the magazine. Search by genre, subject matter, or the author’s grade or location. Learn about submitting your own work and getti …
Subject: Reading And Writing–Writing Instruction; Reading And Writing–Teen Writing

Wet Ink

Wet Ink

Canadian youth ages 13-19 contribute to this quarterly online lit mag with their poetry, fiction, and visual art. The editor looks only for submissions from Canadians, but that doesn’t mean teens from the rest of the world can’t enjoy it.
Subject: Reading And Writing–Zines; Reading And Writing–Teen Writing

Writing Guides: Writing Processes

Writing Guides: Writing Processes

This site likes to call this page on the writing process an “online textbook,” but that simplifies a cool interactive interface helping you get to the facts you need quickly. This particular page has sections on writing situations like purpose and focus; developing issues and ideas; and general issues like peer review, response papers, and group wo …
Subject: Reading And Writing–Writing Instruction; School And Homework Help–Homework Help–Report Writing

Jack London

Jack London

Check here for a huge archive of London’s writings, as well as photos and documents related to his life.
Subject: Reading Zone–Authors L-Z; Reading And Writing–Authors

Chris Crutcher

Chris Crutcher

The official site of the young adult books author who wrote Chinese Handcuffs and Athletic Shorts. It includes pictures, information about his books, and his recent event schedules.
Subject: Reading And Writing–Authors

YO! Youth Outlook

YO! Youth Outlook

“YO! Youth Outlook is an award-winning monthly publication by and for young people who have stories to share. Featuring in-depth reporting pieces and first-person essays, comic strips and poetry pages, YO! is the communication outlet for youth who feel their voice and visions need to be seen and heard. YO! is a bridge to the world of youth expressi …
Subject: Reading And Writing–Zines

The Write Site

The Write Site

“The Write Site is a multimedia language arts curriculum that makes the process of telling a story fun. Students take on the role of journalists generating leads, gathering facts, and writing stories using the tools and techniques of real-life journalists.”
Subject: Reading And Writing–Writing Instruction

World Around You

World Around You

“Gallaudet University through its division of Pre-College National Mission Programs has published World Around You, a magazine for deaf and hard of hearing teenagers for 15 years. We have hero/adventure stories about deaf teens and adults as well as information about careers, role models, technology, laws, and deaf culture.” This web version has a …
Subject: Reading And Writing–Zines; School And Homework Help–Disabilities–Deafness

Voices from the Gaps: Women Writers of Color

Voices from the Gaps: Women Writers of Color

From the Project Introduction: “Voices From the Gaps is a locus of information about women writers of color in the United States. The site includes biographical and bibliographical information about the writers included as well as images and audio files which pertain to the writer, wherever possible. This information is organized along a ‘set of fo …
Subject: Reading And Writing–Authors

Teenreads.com: The Book Bag

Teenreads.com: The Book Bag

Teenreads.com provides features and info about teens’ favorite books and series, including interviews with authors. The site provides alphabetical lists of authors and book reviews, as well as a monthly newsletter with essay contests, news, and links to interesting sites. Teenreads also has a search feature that lets you search for a book or auth …
Subject: Reading And Writing–Reading Lists And Clubs

Spank! – Youth Culture Defined by Youth

Spank! – Youth Culture Defined by Youth

“Spank’s forums are extremely active! With over 14,000 new posts a week, and a huge amount archived, almost any issue can be found – from the totally frivolous to the absolutely serious. We have sections on dating, fashion, homework, religion, sexuality, poetry, art, music, happiness, and more!” There’s links to youth news too.
Subject: Reading And Writing–Zines

Reading Rants

Reading Rants

Developed by a Young Adult librarian in New York City and features “out of the ordinary teen booklists… for those of you teens out there who need a good read, but are wondering if there’s life after Judy Blume and Gary Paulsen.” Aimed at teen guys and grrls, the site offers booklists as well as reviews.
Subject: Reading And Writing–Reading Lists And Clubs

The Open Diary

The Open Diary

At The Open Diary people from all over the Internet keep diary entries online which you can read. You can browse by author’s name, age, or geographical location. And of course you can become a diary author yourself, and share your innermost thoughts with complete strangers!
Subject: Reading And Writing–Blogs

The Market List for Genre Fiction Writers

The Market List for Genre Fiction Writers

This site is a Market List for Genre Fiction writers! Includes all semi-professional and professional periodical listings, from new magazines to underground and local zines. Definitely check it out if you’re interested in getting your work noticed!
Subject: Reading And Writing

Learn2 Find a Literary Agent

Learn2 Find a Literary Agent

“You’ve finally completed your literary masterpiece, and now it’s time to show it to the world.” This site will “help you find an agent who can open the right doors and best represent your work.”
Subject: Reading And Writing

The InSite

The InSite

A teen zine that stresses individuality and importance of your opinion! This site gives you a chance to say what’s on your mind by sharing your personal stories, in the hopes of helping you and others take positive charge of your lives.
Subject: Reading And Writing–Zines

Graham Salisbury’s Place

Graham Salisbury’s Place

Graham Salisbury is an award-winning author for Young Adults. At this site you can learned about his books, his childhood in Hawaii, and how you can become a writer. The section specifically aimed at teens, Banzai Pipeline, includes tips for young writers as well as some straight talk about what it feels like to be an author.
Subject: Reading And Writing–Authors

Fooling with Words

Fooling with Words

“Fooling with words is the play of poets.” Read the poems, or listen to the poets read their poems, and get inspired!
Subject: Reading And Writing–Poetry

The Concord Review

The Concord Review

The Concord Review is a journal which publishes exemplary essays by high school students studying history. Some of the best essays from the printed journal are published on this website. Also, if you are a writer interested in history, TCR encourages submissions and awards several monetary prizes each year.
Subject: School And Homework Help–Homework Help–Report Writing; Reading And Writing–Teen Writing

CM Magazine

CM Magazine

Wonderful magazine, very well designed, containing reviews of books, videos, and CD-ROMs. Reviews include pictures. It is possible to order some books online, since the magazine is partially sponsored by a number of different publishers. Good focus on Canadian authors.
Subject: Reading And Writing–Reading Lists And Clubs

yomag.net

yomag.net

“Yomag.cz/yomag.net is an internet magazine by and for young people from all over the world. It is targeted for those of you who are concerned about lifestyles, globalization of the world, sustainable development, economy, ecology, but also music, internet, advertisement and its psychology, traveling and many others.”
Subject: Reading And Writing–Zines

YouthWalk

YouthWalk

“YW is a devotional magazine designed to help students navigate the Bible, to get to know God through it, and to answer His call to the live the adventure.”
Subject: Arts & Humanities–Religion & Theology–Faiths & Denominations–Christianity; Reading And Writing–Zines

New York Times Upfront

New York Times Upfront

A current events magazine for teens. Features stories about current events, politics, opinion, and a question up for debate in each issue.
Subject: Education–Teachers & Administrators; Reference–News & Current Events; Reading And Writing–Zines

Devo’Zine

Devo’Zine

“Just for Teens” interdenominational devotional magazine.
Subject: Arts & Humanities–Religion & Theology–Faiths & Denominations–Christianity; Reading And Writing–Zines

Campus Life

Campus Life

“CAMPUS LIFE reaches teenagers with sound biblical advice and encouragement on important issues. Love, sex, family relationships, self-image, popularity, loneliness and more are addressed in CAMPUS LIFE’S regular columns, feature articles and fiction. CAMPUS LIFE mixes fun with serious counsel and, like a trusted friend, helps teenagers keep their …
Subject: Arts & Humanities–Religion & Theology–Faiths & Denominations–Christianity; Reading And Writing–Zines

The Blue Moon Review

The Blue Moon Review

Online in one form or another since 1994, The Blue Moon Review (originally called The Blue Penny Quarterly) provides access to fresh new fiction, poetry, and nonfiction in a predominantly traditional format. The site also features unique interactive media that allows you to explore collections of Blue Moon content in “hypermedia” format. The conten …
Subject: Arts & Humanities–Literature–Criticism; Reading And Writing–Zines