Wednesday, 28 May 2014
Teen Ink magazine Fiction Contest Deadline - None
Teen Ink Magaazine Fiction Contest
If it has a beginning, middle and end ... if it has a well-developed plot and interesting characters ... it if takes place in the past, present or future ... then submit your story to Teen Ink's Fiction Contest.
Winning stories are published in Teen Ink magazine and contest winners receive a copy of the magazine featuring their work. Plus, they’ll have the opportunity to choose from an exciting selection of Teen Ink merchandise – apparel and other items – available exclusively from Teen Ink.
Teen Ink will only consider original fiction written by teens. Entries of all genres are accepted, whether fantasy, horror, sci-fi, or romance. Short stories should be between 500 and 2,500 words.
Submit entries through our website or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. All fiction pieces submitted to Teen Ink are automatically considered for the contest. See our submission guidelines for more information.
There are no deadlines. Entries are accepted and considered for publication in Teen Ink magazine and online throughout the year. Winning fiction pieces are announced in June. Check website for further information.
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