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Teen Ink

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Teen Ink is a monthly tabloid-format magazine which is marketed to, and written by, teenagers. It is based in Newton, Massachusetts, and published by the Young Authors Foundation, a non-profit organization. The magazine's name was originally The 21st Century.

Contents

Art

Artists that have been published in Teeninks' Magazine

Ellena Pfeffer, London Wood, Janna Dimopoulos, Tze En, Pulau Pinang And others.

Books

Teen Ink also prints a series of anthologies with selected writing from the magazine; they are co-published by HCI, publishers of the Chicken Soup series, and the Young Authors Foundation.

The anthologies which have been published so far include:

  • Teen Ink: Our Voices, Our Visions, 2000; ISBN 978-1-55874-816-3
  • Teen Ink 2: More Voices, More Visions, 2001; ISBN 978-1-55874-913-9
  • Teen Ink: Friends and Family, 2001; ISBN 978-1-55874-931-3
  • Teen Ink: Love and Relationships, 2002; ISBN 978-1-55874-969-6
  • Teen Ink: What Matters, 2003; ISBN 978-0-7573-0063-9
  • Teen Ink: Written in the Dirt, 2004; ISBN 978-0-7573-0050-9
  • Chicken Soup for the Teen Soul, 2007, ISBN 978-0-7573-0682-2
  • Poetry Journal

    Poetry is a major focus of this magazine and is published in each monthly issue.

    References

    Teen Ink Wikipedia


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