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Welcome Young Writers Where Ever You Are!

This page is dedicated to publishers who only accept submissions from young writers!  

Bridge: The Bluffton University Literary Journal

Bridge publishes original work by writers and artists aged 14-24.  We look for work that demonstrates virtuosity and wonder, work that interrogates norms and assumptions, and delights us all along the way

Elan

Élan accepts original fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, screenwriting, plays, and all kinds of art from students ages 14 to 18 in locations internationally. 

Inertia Teens

We accept a variety of pieces, including creative nonfiction, fiction, poems, plays, spoken word, artwork, photography, collages, etc.  We only accept work from those under 25 years of age.

The Milking Cat

Teens only!  Submit your own comedic pieces of any medium to be featured on our website! Please fill out a regular submissions form here!

One Teen Story

One Teen Story publishes 3 stories a year and accepts submissions from teen writers ages 13-19.  For our One Teen Story contest, we ask writers ages 13-19 to enter their original, unpublished fiction. We are interested in great short stories of any genre about the teen experience—literary, fantasy, sci-fi, love stories, horror, etc.

Polyphony Lit

High school students (aged 14-18) from anywhere in the world are eligible to submit.  Works must be written in English.  
Original works only.  Submit a maximum of three pieces altogether.  If you are submitting multiple pieces, then please upload them as separate submissions. If you submit multiple pieces in a single document, then your work will be withdrawn, and you will be asked to resubmit your pieces separately.  
We accept simultaneous submissions and work that has been published elsewhere. 

Scribere

You must be aged between 11-18 at the time of submission and you have adhered to our word count:
Fiction: 500 words MINIMUM
Non-fiction: 500 words MINIMUM
Poetry: 20 words MINIMUM per poem (haikus are welcome too!)

Teen Ink

A print magazine and a website that publishes work by teenagers intended to be read by teenagers. They have extensive submission guidelines and require registration but they are open to a wide variety (and lengths) of writing.