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Teen Writers

A group for young writers who cherish the written word.

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Mush

Started by Ciara Jones Aug 30, 2013. 0 Replies

I feel like my brain is rotting awayI don’t know how to explain itI can’t describe this feelingI’m tired of going on FacebookAnd looking at the same thingsIt’s just not amusing me anymoreOr giving me…Continue

Following Through

Started by Ciara Jones Jul 28, 2013. 0 Replies

Stick, promise, and never give upAlways follow throughStick it out till the endA promise that you keep and stick toNever give up on a dreamAn ideaKeep goingFollow throughKeep goingAfter so many have…Continue

Choices

Started by Ciara Jones Jul 28, 2013. 0 Replies

Decisions you have to makeDeciding whether to let something go or fight for itAre choices the same thing asA risk?But just a kinder way to say itSo lets think about the differenceOf chances and…Continue

Teen Writers: Are we overlooked?

Started by Taylor Black. Last reply by Ciara Jones Jul 24, 2013. 4 Replies

As a teenager I feel as though the public often overlooks teen writers, as though our ideas are incapable of carrying any weight in society. How can we get people in the publishing business to take…Continue

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Comment by Ripley Patton on October 2, 2012 at 8:13am

I am currently (October 1st, 2012-November 15, 2012) running a short story contest for young adult writers of young adult literature. Prizes include cash, publication and signed copies of my forthcoming YA paranormal thriller, Ghost Hand. There is no entry fee, so I hope to see some great entries. Details and submission guidelines for the contest can be found HERE: 

 

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