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The Young Writers Newsletter is here for everyone. Particularly anyone up to 18 years of age, and authors of Children and Young Adult books.
Our mission is to help and encourage young people in their writing wherever they are in the world, whether it’s stories, poems or essays. We also wish to support experienced authors who write for this age group.
Catch up with news from Sharon Tregenza in her ongoing series with us, which includes a poetry competition and giveaway. Sharon will be a regular in our pages so please support her contributions.
Have your children seen the piano lesson from Robin Brown ? See her column involving music. Please take a look, it will provide much fun and learning for little ones.
There is an update to our special feature last month highlighting good works regarding Claudia’s Special Wish. Please support this worthwhile cause.
The Young Writers Newsletter Short Story Competition 2018 is also in full swing and this year is supporting charity Dreams and Wishes! Please take a look and submit an entry!
In this newsletter you are welcome to submit short stories, poems, articles and news. You can either send them direct to email@example.com or fill out the submission form.
Each month we like to highlight good works so please support these causes.
Are you a teacher or educator? We welcome article submissions to help and advise young writers. We are particularly interested in submissions from young people.
If you are an author we have a book promotions page. Please fill in the relevant form. There is a one off fee of $20 and your book will remain on the site until you ask for it to be removed.
We now offer advertising in our pages so please check out the page giving detail and prices
In order to keep this a free publication, we do not pay for submissions but as a thank you all contributors have an entry on the biography page.
Please go to the Guidelines page for further information.
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