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Just like you
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     Just Like You by Ren Hoggard struck a chord within me. Nobody thinks that there is a problem with people accepting Autistic people. I have multipul friends with Autism and a brother with Aspburger's syndrome. Just Like You opened my... (more »)
Concerning Rejected Articles
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Dear Ma’am or Sir,   I run under the assumption that you are the one (or most likely one of many) who checks articles for grammatical correctness, and makes sure there is no offensive language in submitted articles. I write because I... (more »)
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Ashamed to Be American? This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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An anti-American culture is growing before us. The insidious seeds of such a society were planted in the Baby Boomer era, but now in 2015 journalists, celebrities, educators, and even politicians have made loud, crude comments that force many... (more »)
Brush Strokes This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
I found Emily S.’s article “Brush Strokes” extremely effective because it reflects on what life leaves upon our skin and what it means. She writes, “Birth is the canvas” and our “death, the frame.” In... (more »)
I Run This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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“I Run” by Taylor S. simply left me out of breath. This skillfully written piece describes the pure thrill of running and the satisfaction of passing the finish line. Taylor clearly loves running. One of my favorite lines from... (more »)
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Dear Teen Ink Editors, This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Most teens might write about something they would like to see changed in Teen Ink magazine or on TeenInk.com, but I’m not going to do that. I want to give my thanks. Teen Ink has given me the opportunity to show others what I think... (more »)
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A Piece of Gratitude This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Dear Teen Ink, At times I’ve felt the block growing But it seems you pushed me on Letting my ink flow stronger Letting my ink turn darker And when I clicked “SUBMIT NEW WORK” And turned to the home page I found... (more »)
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A Life Without Charms This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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a knife without a Blade, a fruit without Seeds, a garden without Flowers, a jam without Sugar, a lady without Heels, a pencil without Lead, a pen without Ink, a star without Shine, a sword without a Hilt, a king without... (more »)
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The Other Sophia Feedback
  The Other Sophia was an excpetional memoir that was written from the point of view of a girl named Sophia. Sophia having a common name means that there are many others in Sophia in her grade. She writes about always feeling inferior to the... (more »)
''Super Smash Bros
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''Super Smash Bros" by Jacob klein is Nintendos Most Successful franchinse by the creator Masahiro Sakurai. I can relate to what Jacob wrote about Super smash bros in his article because the joy he had for character,moves,equipment and defense.... (more »)
Feedback on "Dad's Coat"
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   "Dad's Coat" is an emotional and sentimental piece written by Sophie Ezzell, Knoxville, TN. It describes her memories and childhood traditions that she spent in her dad's coat. Sophie goes into great detail, giving... (more »)
Super Smash Bros. on Wii U This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
I found Jacob K's article on "Super Smash Bros" extremely insightful because he hits several key points in the game that I did not know about. The game is a major hit among Nintendo fans. Super Smash Bros. is a game that will be... (more »)
Feedback to "Hope" This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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I felt a stinging pain in my throat as I read this article. Sara Diaz' article titled "Hope," I felt the words kind of serenade me as I began to delve further into her idea of hope. In her article, she talks about how her father faced devasating... (more »)
Mama's Pie Hands This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Maddy's poem "Mama's Pie hands" is very inspirational and an amazing story.I found her article extremely motivational. When Maddy says "Can i help you?Can I make a pie this year?/Yours are better than mine" really... (more »)
Please change the poetry section
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Dear Teen Ink I read and enjoy the interesting fictional and non fictional stories in every months issue down to every last word, but then I get to the last section. Poetry. Now I am not one who hates poetry, ever since a young age I have... (more »)
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Feedback on Wounded
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Wounded by Kylie Kelso while very poetic is very confusing. The poem I assume is about someone who gets shot by their father based off of details like the phrase "My Father shot me" in line one. The rest of the poem goes on to describe the... (more »)
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