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Poetry & Writing
Literature Resource Center
Provides biographies, bibliographies and critical analysis of authors from every age and literary discipline. Topics covered include English, Modern Languages, Ancient History and Classics, Women's Studies, and Cultural Studies. Coverage goes back to 1400. more info.
International coverage goes back to the 9th Century. Indexes poems, short stories, essays, speeches, plays, biographies, work summaries, and photographs. Content consists of full-text, citations, or abstracts. more info.
Figment: Write Yourself In
Teens, this is your place to read, write and connect with other teen writers. Share your writing and discover new stories and authors. Enter their online writing contests
or participate in the figment forums
and write yourself in.
Guthrie Theater Classes for Teens
Low cost classes and camps for teens interested in acting, dancing or playwriting.
Magnetic Poetry Online
Play with words without all the fuss of little tiny magnets
Get published online and in their print magazine. Track your submission online through the publishing process and learn even more!
MN Spoken Word Association
Explore the local spoken word community and find info on projects, open mics
, and slams.
Scholastic Art Awards | Writing
Submit your art and writing for a chance to win awards and scholarships! Minneapolis College of Art & Design
coordinates our regional competition between mid December and mid January.
Journal written by teens for teens. You can submit articles for consideration.
Teen Poetry Wiki
Add your poetry to this wiki found on the Internet Public Library's Teenspace. Read what other teens have written.
Get your own ideas published in this teen-authored journal.
The Loft Literary Center
Sign up for classes, join a writing group, and find out about literary events in Minneapolis.
ThreeSixty: Teen Journalists
A St. Paul youth journalism program that helps Minnesota teens – particularly minority youth – tell the stories of their lives and communities, practice the skills of active citizenship, learn the basics of good reporting and strong writing and pursue careers in journalism and communications.
Last updated: Jun. 14, 2013
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