Wednesday, 28 May 2014
Teen Ink Poetry Contest
Are you inspired by Maya Angelou, E.E. Cummings or Dr. Seuss? Do you love writing haiku? Do verses just run through your head? Submit your work to Teen Ink. Of all the poems published each month in Teen Ink, up to three will be selected for special recognition.
Winning poems 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 poetry written by teens. Entries of all kinds are accepted – serious, funny, long or short.
Submit entries through our website or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. All poems submitted to Teen Ink are automatically considered for the Poetry Contest. See our submission guidelines for more information.
There are no deadlines; entries are accepted throughout the year.
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