Following is a list of publications that publish middle schooler's writing.

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Local (Greater Barrington Area)

Foster's Daily Democrat - holds annual holiday writing contest in late autumn each year.



Regional (Southern NH area)




Statewide (NH)




National/International

Teen Voices - Online version of print magazine centered around teen girls and their achievements, by teen girls; submissions accepted

Tate Publishing - Publishes people under the age of 18 if you have parental approval stated on the first page of your writing

http://www.booksie.com/users/beta.html/pubcenter - A site that publishes its writing globally

http://www.writing-information-and-tips.com/publish-your-stories-online.html - Scroll down on this page and you can type in your story. I don't think there is a way to save, so I would type the story on a word document and copy and paste.

http://pencamp.com/ - A very simple looking site for sharing your writing

http://www.kalwriters.com/kidswwwrite/submit.html - A site for children 16 and under, so has some places with writing for younger kids. Simple submission form. Again I would type in a a word document and copy and paste

Teen Ink All submissions will be considered to be put in their magazine.

CONTESTS

http://www.vfw.org/community/patriot-s-pen/ - A yearly essay contest on a patriotic theme

http://www.poeticpower.com/contest.php - Poetry contests that offer small cash prizes

http://www.stmarys-ca.edu/center-for-environmental-literacy/river-of-words/art-poetry-contest - Annual art and poetry contest on a nature theme

http://www.adventurewrite.com/kids/contest.html - Fiction contest - you start by doing a weird tutorial

http://www.youngvoicesfoundation.org/youngvoiceshome.html - Annual contest, usually restricted to a specific fiction genre