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Young Writers’ Corner

There’s never been a better time to be a young writer.  Whether you want to workshop your writing or find an audience for it, the world is ready for you, if you’re ready for it.

Here are links to some places you may want to explore:

The Claremont Review publishes works by young adult writers, aged 13-19.

Cyberteens publishes stories, articles and poetry by teens. A related site, Cyberkids publishes works by kids aged 7-12.

Frodo’s Notebook invites teen writers to submit poetry, personal nonfiction essays, fiction, and articles to a quarterly online literary magazine.

Hanging Loose publishes poems and short stories by high school-aged writers.

The Children’s Corner of the Louisville Review publishes poetry and fiction by kids in grades K-12.

Skipping Stones publishes essays, stories, letters, riddles and proverbs.

Stone Soup publishes stories, poems, book reviews, and art by 8- to 13-year-olds.

Teen Ink publishes poetry, fiction, nonfiction, reviews and even videos.

Teen Voices invites teenage girls to submit writing and art, and also has a series of “Write Now” workshops to help girls get started and keep on writing.

The Writing Conference has an annual writing conference for kids in grades K-12.

Writing with Writers has online workshops with well-known authors and also publishes writing by 5 through 15 year-olds.