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.
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.
Its content is comprised of submissions from writers living in the U. and beyond, as well as the winning and finalist entries of an annual contest: the OSA Enizagam Literary Awards in Poetry and Fiction.
Generations Literary Magazine Magazine publishes the original works and ideas of both emerging and established artists in an effort to encourage conversations across the generational gaps.
The submission guidelines still apply to you, so make certain you read those before submitting.
Crashtest Crashtest is an biannual online magazine founded and run by the creative writing students at the Fine Arts Center, a public arts high school in Greenville, South Carolina, so that students in high schools all over the country will have a place to publish work that tests limits, asks questions, rejects the easy answers, risks obliteration, believes in failure, is suspicious of scripted success.
We are also open to prose poetry, one-act plays and experimental forms and photography.
Our New Voices section welcomes work from new and younger writers from high school through college.