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 Where Can You Publish Your Work?


 

Edublogs Magazine is requesting submissions  covering ", online education and technologies, education issues, teaching resources, and more. We’re looking for well-written, opinionated, helpful, entertaining, and informative articles."

 

Students 2.0 is a blog requesting blog posts connected to the topic of education. This is a great opportunity

to have a larger audience read your work and to advertise your own blog. Check out this example post--

AverageJust Doens't Cut It--written by a student.

 

Poetic License is an online poetry journal written by poets under 20 years old.

 

The Student Publishing Program publishes writing from 6th-12th graders in books and online with poetry

laureates.

 

 

The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards publish the work of students in grades 7-12.

 

Merlyn’s Pen showcases the writing of middle and high school students.

 

Potluck Magazine publishes poetry and other writings by writers ages 8-16.

 

Skipping Stones: A Multicultural Children’s Magazine publishes poems, stories, and writings from all ages

and in all languages.

 

The Paris Review: Win $1000!

 

Poetry.com: $100K awarded annually!

 

Wind BIG $$$$ ($15,000 Grand Prize)-- Enter the FRA essay contest ("Why I'm Proud to Be an American").

 

Young Voices Foundation: National Short Story Contest

 

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