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MAGAZINES FOR YOUNG WRITERS

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Please research each magazine thoroughly before making a submission.

Adroit Journal
Literary magazine for high school and college students.
Publishes prose, poetry, and art.
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Amazing Kids! Online Magazine
Fiction and nonfiction magazine for kids, ages 5-12 (main audience is 8-12).
Accepts writing from kids ages 5-18.
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Apprentice Writer
Literary magazine for high school students published by the Writers Institute at Susquehanna University.
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Balloons Lit. Journal
Bi-annual literary journal written by teens ages 12 and over.
Publishes poetry, fiction, and art/photography.
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Bazoof! Magazine
Magazine for children, ages 8-12.
Accepts stories, poems, crafts, drawings, photos, recipes, etc from youth under 18.
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Blue Marble Review
Literary magazine for teens and young adults, ages 13-22.
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Body Without Organs
Online international literary journal for teens 13-19.
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Bravery Magazine
Quarterly print magazine that features brave women in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math).
Accepts submissions from writers and artists who are ages 12 and under.
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Butcher Papers
International quarterly publication for writers ages 13-21.
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Capulet Magazine
Magazine for young women that publishes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art.
Open to submissions from women ages 15-29.
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The Caterpillar Magazine
Quarterly magazine for children that features poetry, short stories, and art.
Only accepts submissions from writers over 16.
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Chautauqua Journal
Literary magazine of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and flash fiction.
Looking for writers in middle and high school for their Young Voices section.
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Cliche Teen Journal
Bi-annual online journal for teens ages 13-19.
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The Concord Review
Quarterly magazine that publishes research papers from students in middle and high school. Teachers can submit student essays through the school system.
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Crashtest Magazine
Bi-annual online magazine run by the Fine Arts Center in Greenville, SC.
Publishes writing and art by high school students under 18.
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Curieux Academic Journal
Publishes academic writing from students in high school.
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Elan Literary Magazine
Literary magazine published for international high school students.
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Ember
Semi-annual literary magazine of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction written for and by young writers, ages 10-16.
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Fingers Comma Toes
Online youth journal that publishing writing and art from children and young adults, ages 4-29.
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Guardian Angel Kids Magazine
Free online magazine for children featuring themed articles, games, and videos.
Now accepts submissions from children under 14 for their Young Muses section.
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Girls Right the World
Literary journal that accepts young female writers and artists, ages 14-21.
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Hanging Loose Magazine
Fiction and poetry magazine that accepts high school writers.
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Highlights Magazine
Print magazine for children, ages 6-12.
Accepts submissions from writers under 16 by mail only.
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Hot Dish Magazine
Annual magazine for teen writers in grades 9-12 who live in the Midwest.
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HOYA Magazine
Hope Of Young Artists’ online publication for writers ages 14+.
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The Ideate Review
Bi-annual literary magazine that publishes short stories, poetry, and art created by young adults, ages 14+, from around the world.
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KidSpirit Magazine
Theme based magazine that features poetry, artwork, and nonfiction.
Accepts submissions from teens, ages 11-17.
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Louisville Review
Literary magazine.
Accepts submissions from children in K-12 for their Cornerstone section.
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Magic Dragon
Children’s magazine written by kids ages 12 and younger.
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Merlyn’s Pen
Classroom magazine featuring fiction, essays and poems by American teens.
Features a library of young writers by students in grades 6-12.
Library of Young Writers

New Moon Girls
Online magazine for girls, written by girls.
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One Teen Story
Literary short-story magazine solely written by teens, ages 13-19.
Annual contest to choose stories is held in the fall of each year.
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Pandemonium Magazine
Online global literary magazine for youth ages 14-20.
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Polyphony Lit
Global online literary magazine for high school writer and editors.
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Rattle Young Poets Anthology
Magazine featuring poems written by children, ages 15 and younger.
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Reverberations
Online publication for young people that features essays and dialogues.
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Skipping Stones Magazine
Multi-cultural magazine for students ages 7-18 years.
Essays, letters, riddles, and proverbs written by youth are accepted
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Stone Soup
Magazine featuring stories, poems, art, and reviews by kids, ages 8-13.
Contests include a Weekly Flash Contest and an Annual Book Contest.
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Storgy Kids
Online magazine for children and young people.
Accepts submissions from youth.
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Sugar Rascals
Online literary magazine for ages 13-19.
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Teen Ink
Classroom magazine featuring teen writing, art, photography and forums.
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Truant Lit
New literary magazine for teens and young adults, ages 14-21.
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Unlocked for Teens
Christian devotional magazine for teens that accepts submission from writers who are at least 13 years old.
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Women’s eNews
Magazine about women’s issues.
Accepts young writers for “Teen Voices” section and mentoring program.
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