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An online community for young people from all over the world who share their thoughts and ideas with each other.
Explore, create or edit topics that are relevant to young writers ages 25 and under. Check out their Writers Web, which contains resources for writers of all ages.
A guide for fantasy artists and writers with many writing tutorials. Topics could be everything from the history of fantasy art to art materials, techniques, photos references, and so on.
Connect with other teen writers, read and vote on what others write, talk about novels, poetry or a book you love or write a post for the community. Make the Top Pick list and your writing will be read by a HarperCollins editor.
Articles, advice and and annual writing contest to make you famous. Or not.
This site is dedicated to the ancient art of writing. It is a sanctuary for young writers between 12-20 as well as a gallery for their work. Reviews, suggested readings and submissions.
Provides a writing partner to help you write a story from beginning to end. Find a story, develop a story, finish a story.
YA fiction by and for young adults.
Mibba is a creative site designed for young authors to share their stories and poems and gain feedback from a growing audience.
It is a fun, seat-of-your-pants novel writing event where the challenge is to write an entire novel in just 30 days. That means participants begin writing November 1 and must finish by midnight, November 30. The word-count goal for our adult program is 50,000 words, but our Young Writers Program allows participants who are 17 years old and younger to set reasonable, yet challenging, word-count goals.
One Teen Story is a new literary magazine that connects teens to great short stories. Subscribe, enter a contest, submit a story.
Writing contest for Durham District School Board students in Grades 1 through 12.
A student-run national literary magazine for high school writers and editors. They strive to build respectful, mutually beneficial, writer-editor relationships that form a community devoted to improving students’ literary skills in the areas of poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction.
Monthly poetry and fiction writing contests, workshops and critiques.
For teens who are in jail, on the streets, or in other ways leading difficult lives to express themselves through poetry.
Quizzes, stories, polls, poems, lyrics
Editorials, poems, reviews and articles. Opportunities for submissions.
A non-profit magazine for youth that encourages communication, cooperation, creativity anbd celebration of cultural and environmental richness. It provides a playful forum for sharing ideas and expereiences among youth from different countries and cultures.
Young adults * Loud and Clear. Writing by and for young adults. Benefits youth by giving teens a voice and supporting adolescent literacy. Speak Up Press believes that teen literacy blossoms with the power of authentic voice.
Magazine, website and books written by teens. Poetry, fiction, nonfiction, hot topics, forums, opinion, reviews, newsletter, articles, contest.
Supports and educates teen girls to amplify their voices and create social change through media. Feature articles, reviews, action, girls in action, fiction and poetry.
Seeks to publish the best of literary work in English by young writers(12-18) around the world.
Most of the work they publish is by Canadians, but they welcome submissions from 13-19 year olds from anywhere in the English speaking world. Also provides resources.
A digital literary magazine that is dedicated to publishing high quality fiction, poetry, and essays.
A forum for writing by young people.
Community forums, news, articles, reviews and resources including 101 Tips for Writers.
An arts magazine for and by Canadian Youth. Wet Ink is open and happy to accept all genres of literature, visual art and multimedia from youth aged 13 – 19 in Canada.
A print magazine featuring excellent creative work from Canadians 19 years of age and under.
Guide where young authors can find a place to publish their writing.
Poems, articles, markets and contests for young poets.
A community of young writers, both new and experienced, dedicated to improving their writing. The Community Forum, for general site, literary, and off-topic discussion. The Writing Forum, for submitting writing and critiquing things posted by other members. Plus the chatroom, contests, exercises, and more!
A meeting place where students share, distribute and discuss their digital work online.