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"May 1944" by Josie C. This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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"May 1944" by Josie Crawford is a fiction piece about Americans bombing a school. The names of the characters give hints that it might be in Germany. It talks about how they could hear the bombs start to get closer. Eventually, they... (more »)
Rules for NYC Tourists This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Cyd S. has hit all the right marks when writing her “Rules for NYC Tourists.” This guide is full of satire but perfectly describes the many questionable actions of tourists who would do anything, including standing in the intersection “when... (more »)
A Letter to Icy This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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“You told me I could never turn you cold, but you should know that sometimes it snows in Texas.” Just five lines – one sentence – is all it takes to get Kayla M.’s message in the amazingly eye-opening “A Letter to Icy.” We’ve all... (more »)
Beaches and Brothers This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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“Beaches and Brothers” by “Sylvia” is such a beautiful, light-hearted piece. She writes about the day her brother was born and tells the story in a unique, vivid, quirky way. The piece is bright and warm, and is told... (more »)
Teen Ink, My Buffet This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Teen Ink, you are everything to me. You are my meals, my nutrition, my sustenance. I savor each article and poem like scrumptious bites of a gourmet dinner, tasting every word on the tip of my tongue. I make sure to eat every bite: I read every... (more »)
My Boys This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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The poem “My Boys” by Angel D. is excellent because it talks about the problem of black boys getting killed off or put away in prison for 100 years. Angel writes about the “black mothers who every day breathe a sigh of relief... (more »)
Silence is Golden This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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I wholeheartedly agree with Kiana B. in her article “Silence Is Golden.” She writes about her experience of being quiet in school and having everyone else share their thoughts and opinions and tell her to speak up. Everyone is... (more »)
What If … This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Teen Ink is just simply awesome. It has added beauty and spice to my life even though my work hasn’t been published and I can’t spend much time on the site due to my studies. Every time I submit something, my heart starts fluttering... (more »)
Support After Sexual Assault
I found Alex H's article “Support After Sexual Assault” a good story.  It is sad how people treat others.  I cannot believe a thirty year old man would do that to a seventeen-year-old girl and that her so called... (more »)
Pineapples This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
I found the article "pineapples" by Jaanvi S. relateable.  They write about, i think the good feely behind pineapples.  I feel very almost safe when reading about the pineapple.  Its almost like a very warm feeling... (more »)
Rules for NYC Tourists This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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“Rules for NYC Toursits” by Cyd S. is a great article. Cyd sacks describes New York very well to what it’s known for. New York is very well known for its tourists that travel there every single day. This article is written in... (more »)
Shattered This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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I found that the author Jill G. of “Shattered” is a good writer.  I think that you should have told your grandma to wear her seatbelt.  I think this because it could have saved her life.  I also think you should not... (more »)
Nothing Like Ellen This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
“Ellen” by Eve S. is a very relatable instance.  I know by personal experience that when there is a more popular or talented older sibling that the younger siblings tend to want to be more like them.  I grew up with that... (more »)
Lost and Not Found This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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The poem “lost and not found” written by Kathleen S. is extravagant.  This poem says FIND and certain object or emotion.   Underneath it says NOT FOUND.  For example the first “Find …not... (more »)
Pj's for Patients This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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“PJ’s for Patients” by Athena S. is a sweet and inspiring article.  Athena talks about how she wants to make a difference with the children who have cancer and have to spend the holidays in the hospital.  She wants... (more »)
Mysterious Mantas This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
“Mysterious Mantas” by Elizabeth M. is a very well-written story. She tells us about her first dive in Hawaii. I have always loved the water, and that is why this story drew me in. I like the way she would compare the water in... (more »)
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