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Young Writers

Young Girl Writers: For girls who love to read & write    - Writing and reading activities for girls, including writing a book with other girls and meeting with authors. If you need specific advice or information about writing, or just want to have fun, you'll find it all here!


Advice to Young Writers - An article by Marion Zimmer Bradley.

Authors' Korner - If you're a kid and you're crazy for writing, then give this site a try.

The Campfire - Kids add a new paragraph to what's already been written to advance the story's action.

Creative Writing for Kids - Kids have fun learning to write while their parents and teachers learn to help. Includes tips, activities, bulletin board games, monitored chat room, quality Net Resources, and a huge selection of young authors' works.

Creative Writing for Kids Help & Information - CWFK site pages which get you thinking and make writing a little easier.

Dawn of Day - Young readers and writers club. company promotes child authors.

The Fallout Shelter - Writing from all genres by people between the age of 13 and 21. Check it out, read what we have, give some constructive criticism, submit a story, join the group! You can even discuss writing techniques (coming soon).

For Young Writers - Part of Inkspot, a larger resource for writers. Info specifically for hopeful young authors, includes discussion forum, resource links, market information, advice from pros, and articles.

IC Writers - An informational mailing list for young writers (ages 13-25) of series stories or any kind of fiction. Once a week a list will be sent out with tips to get your creativity flowing.

Jr Writers On-Line Club - Not an easy to read site. The only information here is about how to join the club and what the club is about.

Katharsis - The place for young writers on the Net

Kidtalk News Kid Writers Club - A magazine for kids, familes and schools. Included is a Kid Writers CLub where kids can send stories in they wrote. Also read stories from other kids.

Megan's Place - For artists and young writers.

NetHead Kids, Future of the Net Generation - Links to over 29 languages, bilingual education, public speaking, reading and writing, digital postcards in many languages, translating dictionaries, American Sign Language dictionaries and Translators for Travelers.

Oz Kidz in Print - Home - Oz Kidz In Print provides a forum for young Australian writers to produce works of literary quality with major cash awards for the winners.

Practical Advice On Writing And Publishing For Young Writers - From Elizabeth Winthrop, author of more than forty books for children, including The Castle in the Attic and its sequel The Battle for the Castle.

Rising Writers - The place for young writers to rise to greater heights. Includes markets and articles aimed to young writers, and has an email list group moderated by two editors to help the writers succeed.

Scripturient Youth - An offline magazine for writers under 21 years old.

Young Authors Workshop - Children in grades 4 to 7 are taken through the writing process in a step-by-step fashion, beginning with how to find ideas for stories and continuing through finding online markets for publishing those stories.

Young Writer On-Line! - Young Writer is a magazine for young people's writing ­ fiction and non-fiction, prose and poetry.

Young Writers' Clubhouse - Encouragement for young writers by Deborah Morris, author of the Real Kids, Real Adventures series.

Young Writers' Quill Society - The Quill Society is an online writing club dedicated to young writers. As a member, you can meet other young writers from other parts of the country and world, you can read what others have written, and have them read yours.

The Young Writers Club - "Aims to encourage children of all ages to enjoy writing as a creative pastime by getting them to share their work and help each other improve their writing abilities."

Zeen - Accepts submissions from teens around the world. They publish stories, articles, poems, and editorials.

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