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About Teens

About Teens

This website gives teens a forum to post their short stories, opinion pieces, jokes, and photos.
Subject: Reading And Writing–Teen Writing

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

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

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

Teen Link: WordSmiths

Teen Link: WordSmiths

The New York Public Library has created a page that allows teens to submit their poetry and have it published for a month on the web. Visit this site for something to read and, while you’re here, explore the NYPL’s suggestions for published authors to check out.
Subject: Reading And Writing–Poetry; Reading And Writing–Teen Writing

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