call for submissions from high school writers
- Call for Submissions—Young Writers
If you are a teenager currently enrolled in high school, grades 9-12,
the new online literary magazine for high school writers, would like to
Crashtest publishes poetry, stories and creative non-fiction in the
personal essays, imaginative investigation, experimental interviews, or
else you would like to call it. We’re looking for writing that has both
perspective and a personality. We’re looking for authors who have
say. Our first issue will be up in the spring, but in the meantime
us out at
Guidelines: Crashtest only accepts email submissions. Send submissions,
form of a .doc or .rtf attachment only, and any queries to
(replace (at) with @ in sending e-mail)
Poetry: 3-5 poems at a time.
Fiction: 1 piece at a time (no word or page limit)
Creative Non-Fiction: 1 piece at a time (no word or page limit)
Crashtest accepts submissions year round and we will be reading for our
inaugural issue until April 15th, 2011.
Please go to
<http://www.crashtestmag.com/> for complete guidelines.
- Call for Submissions: Jet Fuel ReviewCalling All High School Artists, Poets, and WritersThe Jet Fuel Review is now accepting high school student work for possible publication.You should follow the guidelines which apply to all submissions and can be found at jetfuelreview.comPlease include in your cover note your age, grade level, and high school, and also please submit your work yourself rather than through an adult or as part of a class requirement. We prefer teachers to encourage students who take themselves seriously as writers or artists to seek publication on their own.We also want you to know that we take you seriously, and so you should understand that the publication process is highly competitive. If we don't select your work this time, don't give up! Perseverance and revision are pretty much as important as talent.Above all, keep doing your art and keep sending it out into the world.The Deadline for submissions is March 15, 2015Fiction: 3,000 words or lessNonfiction: 3,000 words or lessPoetry: 3-5 poemsArt: up to 5 pieces