Creative Writing Organizations

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Honest emotion and original imagery are more important to a poem than rhyming and big topics—such as life, moralizing, and other abstractions.Monster’s Alley https://sites.google.com/site/monstersalley/ Children's lit journal. New Moon Girls Magazine by and for girls 8 and up.

Honest emotion and original imagery are more important to a poem than rhyming and big topics—such as life, moralizing, and other abstractions.Monster’s Alley https://sites.google.com/site/monstersalley/ Children's lit journal. New Moon Girls Magazine by and for girls 8 and up.

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Encouragement comes in many different forms, from offering themes as a writing catalyst to providing scholarships for contest winners.

Seeing their work in print and distributed nationwide may be the most encouraging.

Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Smories Free original stories for kids, read by kids. Stinkwaves (new as of 2013) is a literary magazine for young readers-- and adults, too, I suppose.

Each issue will be approximately 40-60 pages in length, filled with art work, poetry, and stories to keep you entertained for a short while..least until the next issue arrives.

Newport Review Is an independent online journal of fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction and visual art.

Founded in the 1980s as a print journal, we are now an electronic publication dedicated to publishing innovative, language-rich fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction.We 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.READ Magazine Fiction, nonfiction, and reader’s theater for grades 6–10.With special thematic issues, we aim to feature the diverse voices of our global community and to promote cultural exchange and inter-generational dialogue. They have put out several anthologies of high school student work and welcome submissions for their magazine from teens.Heavenly Muse Literary Magazine We are a fledgling publication intended to be written by, and for, Christian teenagers.We only publish high school age writers with the exception of one solicited piece by an established adult author an issue. Enizagam OSA Enizagam seeks to fill the existing void in nationally respected secondary-student-run literary publications.The journal’s editorial mission is to promote the literary arts by introducing high-caliber fiction and poetry to traditional and emerging readerships.The Claremont Review The international magazine of young adult writers.Corner Club Press Who Write: We are calling for submissions from teens who write that are ages 13-17.Not only do you receive a learning opportunity on how to edit and what a critique is like, but you also have the experience of actually being published in a literary magazine alongside other established writers.However, you will not be included in the 50 dollar prize because you are being rewarded through a learning opportunity, something not many magazines offer.

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