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Author Laurie Halse Anderson This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Probably best known for her novel Speak, Laurie Halse Anderson has won multiple awards for her writing. With novels like Fever, 1793 and Twisted, she spans genres and tackles unique plots. Her latest novel, Wintergirls, is available now.... (more »)
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Author Catherine Ryan Hyde This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Catherine Ryan Hyde is the ­critically acclaimed author of more than 40 published stories and 16 novels. Her novel Pay It Forward was adapted into a major motion picture. Hyde is the founder of the Pay It Forward Foundation, which aims to educate... (more »)
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Doctor/Writer: Richard Selzer This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
   Dr. Richard Selzer, 72, retired from practicing surgery and teaching at Yale Medical School in 1986. He has written ten books and received many writing grants and awards. He describes his experiences as a writer and doctor. How did... (more »)
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The Girl and the Collision
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June 2006. My big brother Andrew and I went to the dirt bike park by a pond that not many people went too. I was 9 ½ and he was 11. I always wanted to go to one, but was scared because I didn’t know how to ride without training wheels. I... (more »)
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Who are you? Who am I?
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Who are you, who am I? Who am I next to seven billion people in this world? Although I’m Felix Perez I really feel like number 457,892.Thats the number I was given when I entered this world 18 years ago. I was given this number so that the... (more »)
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Author Jenny Downham This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Jenny Downham is a British novelist who retired from acting and began writing young adult fiction when her son was born. Her first book, Before I Die, is about a girl with leukemia and her list of things to accomplish before she dies. Her latest... (more »)
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Authors Emma McLaughlin & Nicola Kraus This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Alumnae of NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study, Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus are successful cowriters of many best-selling novels. They met at NYU and developed a friendship while working as nannies in the wealthiest neighborhoods... (more »)
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The Beginnings end
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A sharp, blistery pain erupted in my chest and ended in the middle of my back. The excruciating pain of blood gushing from my chest, feeding the hungry grass beneath my feet, made me gasp. While I collapsed, the world went dim and I started to... (more »)
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Author Carrie Ryan This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
It is said that writers write about what they know. Fortunately, Carrie Ryan doesn't have much first-hand knowledge of zombie apocalypses. However, her Forest of Hands and Teeth series incorporates many of the same themes she has dealt with in... (more »)
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Writer Alyssa B. Sheinmel This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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First-time novelist and Hemingway fanatic Alyssa Sheinmel made her debut in young adult fiction last month with the novel The Beautiful Between, in which average girl Connelly Sternin develops a friendship with the “prince” of her New York... (more »)
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Author Jennifer Donnelly This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Jennifer Donnelly is a historical and young adult fiction writer, best known for her novel A Northern Light, winner of the Carnegie Medal. Donnelly's newest novel, Revolution, has already been declared a Best Book of the Month by Amazon.com.... (more »)
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Joe's Teacher
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Joe was in 5th period, at school, when his teacher walked into the classroom. He was ranting on to himself about something that happened in the hallway. He looked kind of upset in multiple in different ways, his face was red, his muscles were... (more »)
Author Dana Reinhardt This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Having written four books, Dana Reinhardt is no stranger to the writing process. She currently lives and writes in San Francisco. I was lucky enough to interview her about her experiences. In her newest novel, The Things a Brother Knows, a teenage... (more »)
Author Anna Jarzab This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Anna Jarzab is a newly published author but no novice to writing and reading. She developed her passion for the written word while growing up in Chicago and San Francisco. She currently lives in New York City, where she writes and works in book... (more »)
Author Robin Wasserman This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
Robin Wasserman is an American young adult novelist. She grew up near Philadelphia and went on to become a Harvard graduate. She has written many popular teen fiction series, including the Seven Deadly Sins series, the Chasing Yesterday series,... (more »)
Kyle’s Baseball Tournament To Cooperstown
When Kyle was just twelve years old, his baseball team and all of the parents went to Cooperstown, New York. Kyle Had never flew before and he was really nervous and scared. “Why do we have to fly.. Why can’t we just drive there?” Kyle said... (more »)
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