Student Publishing / Contests

Student Publishing / Writing Contests
- Teen Ink -
Called "The New Yorker for Teens," is the nation's largest publisher of teen work in print and online.  National Writing Project teachers and their students have been involved in Teen Ink for years.  Students can submit fiction, nonfiction, poetry, book, movie and music reviews, and more.  There is no charge to submit or to be published.
-The Scholastic Art and Writing Contest - 
Online and print space for students to publish their writing
 - Association for Women in Mathematics
Essay should be based primarily on an interview with a woman currently 
working in a mathematical career.  The submission must be in essay form, not just a transcript of your interview 
- NC Teachers of English Association - Amy Charles Writing Competition
- NC Teachers of English Association - Poet Laureate Poetry Writing Contest
- NC Teachers of English Association - Story Well Told - Digital Storytelling Contest
       Information Link
  Letters About Literature (LAL) 
A national reading and writing program sponsored by the Center for the Book in 
the Library of Congress   Young readers write to an author (living or deceased) describing how that author's work somehow changed the reader's view of the world or himself/herself.  Readers respond to the book they've read by exploring the personal relationship between themselves, the author and the book's characters or themes.