Resources for teens and kids who like to write for fun or profit.
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Alpha, the SF/F/H Workshop for Young Writers
Alpha is a ten-day residency writing workshop for teens held each summer since 2001 in Western PA. Four guest authors join ten staffers in teaching 20 students, then they travel to an SF con together.
Children aged 5-11 will find this page very useful in jumpstarting their creativity. A number of ideas which can be used as a stimulus for creative writing lessons.
Elizabeth Winthrop Alsop
Advice for young writers,from Elizabeth Winthrop, author of more than forty books for children.
Fremantle Children's Literature Centre
Runs interactive literature workshops for students (PP – Year 12), teachers and emerging authors and illustrators. Each term the Centre has four full exhibitions of Australian Picture Books.
Go Teen Writers
A community for all teens who enjoy writing and aspire to be better at it. Site by Stephanie Morrill and Jill Williamson.
A national news agency, where young people aged 8-18 produce articles on issues that are important to them but of interest to everyone.
The Iowa Young Writers' Studio
A summer camp specifically for high school students who want to improve their writing. Intensive classes offered in poetry, fiction, and essay writing.
J L Panagopoulos
Resources from Janie Lynn Panagopoulos, historian, author, lecturer. Advice and information for parents, teachers, librarians, and students.
Juniper Institute for Young Writers
Hosted by the University of Massachusetts MFA Program for Poets and Writers. A week of creative writing workshops, courses, and readings for writers who have completed their sophomore, junior, or senior years of high school.
Kids on the Net
A place where kids can post book reviews and opinion pieces, participate in interactive stories, and write cyberpoetry.
Laura Thomas Communications
Fostering the development of young writers with contests and coaching.
Millennium Philcon Teen Conference
Archive from the conference, which had a science fiction and fantasy focus for young writers.
NaNoWriMo's Young Writers Program
National Novel Writing Month is an annual writing event. Participants in the Young Writers Program (age 17 and under) are challenged to begin and complete a novel during the month of November.
An online magazine by young authors and writers that has references for publishing in print materials.
Teen Writer Coffee Shop
For any teen who likes to write. Post your work, get help when you've got writers' block, or just hangout, relax and read others' work.
This is for any writing teens to share their writing with other people and talk about what they like.
Teen Writers Network
Place to see or show-off other teen writers work. A Yahoo Club.
The Teenage Writers Club
A community for teens who write and want to share tips and critiques. (Yahoo group)
Dedicated to publishing teen writing, as well as book reviews by teenagers. Teachers and parents of adolescents will find useful information. Teen and teacher discussions, author home pages.
The Windows Project
Helping children and young people write poetry in community centres and schools since 1976.
Encouraging children as writers. Vancouver, BC.
Write (and finish) original short stories, poems, plays, musicals, memoirs. All teachers are published authors. All groups have a maximum and six students.
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 Writers Association
Young writers in Eugene and Springfield, Oregon.
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