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This Is My Dream And Inspiration This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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When I first discovered this website, I was amazed by the opportunities they offered teenagers such as myself. It's extremely difficult for people our age to get recognized for their hard work, whether that be artwork, articles, or novels. So,... (more »)
Headphones In, World Out: A Must Read! This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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When I saw the title of the article in the magazine, "Headphones In, World Out," I immediately started reading it.  Gabby Z. makes a good statement that we shouldn't be sucked into what we are doing, but get involved socially... (more »)
Confessions of An Editor This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Dear Editor, I think you're great. Seriously. It's not as though I'm trying to lather you in layers of creamy butter, or flatter you. I'm merely being honest. I do think you're great. It's because of the work you do. It's because of the... (more »)
dear Mr. itor, please do your job.
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ok, so a bit ago now, i submitted "the thing about news comedians" which, while not what it says on the tin, had the email bot send me a notice saying, "yo, ya can't do that, here's why." which had a few notable "we don't wanna do our job!"... (more »)
A Writer's Frustration This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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I've been on Teen Ink for 1 Month 18 days and a whole lot of hours, minutes and seconds. And, as of now, I've got 4 Éditor's Choice Badges, and around 7 of my articles being voted number #1 in 'Today's Best Work'. Yet, somehow, I'm still not... (more »)
Patty Cake This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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      "Patty Cake" by Tara Troiano is an amazing poem, short and sweet. The poem reads: "grind my bones into/song lyrics, make me into/something beautiful."          The wording in this piece is simply perfect, the words clashing... (more »)
Headphones In, World Out This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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"Wearing headphones is like chewing gum: Most people carry them in their pockets or purses, some claim they're bad for you, and many find them annoying and disrespectful." Gabby Zingarini's "Headphones In, World Out" discusses how today's... (more »)
Feedback on Power Rangers
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    The review of the movie "Power Rangers" by Ayinde Roberts was an eye-catcher on the page. Having watched the movie, I was interested to see how another person viewed it. A sentence that stood out to me in the piece was "Don't expect a... (more »)
Feedback on All About Me
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"All About Me" by Elizabeth P. describes a universal experience that not a lot of people recognize. We sometimes do unkind things to people who we don't even know. Those people could be going through difficult hardships in life,... (more »)
Feedback on Power Rangers Review This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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After reading Ayinde's review of the new movie "Power Rangers" and seeing the movie for myself in theaters, I found that I agreed with some of her descriptions of the movie and differed in opinion with others. For me, the... (more »)
Dear Editor
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Dear Editor(s), It is very difficult to get published in this magazine. However, I'm sure you're aware of this–well aware. I have been submitting pieces for months and all I get is an inbox spammed with emails from TeenInk... (more »)
Letter to the Editor: "Headphones In,... This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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“Headphones In, World Out” by Gabby Z. caught my attention the first time I saw it. Gabby makes several interesting points about headphones and earbuds distracting us from the world around us and isolating us from each other. While... (more »)
Becoming Julia
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“Becoming Julia” is a beautifully written memoir by Clara B. She begins with memories of her Bapa’s “snow-white beard” from when she was younger, describing his kindness, wisdom, and amazing ability to bake pies.... (more »)
Feedback on Problems of a Writer
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Maybe I couldn't relate to all ten of the points in this short peice. Maybe I don't double text ot use a thesarus or know who Sylvia Plath is. But I do have a story for everything else. Wanting everyine to read my work but being afraid at the same... (more »)
Feedback on Grandfather This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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“Grandfather” by Milo L. has brought me to tears. He captures the feeling of loss so perfectly in just 35 lines. Even if you never lost anyone, you are able to feel the pain that he feels.... (more »)
The Interview This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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"The Interview" by Brianna L. is a unique piece, different from anything I've ever read. Written in list form, it shows Scarlett Fuentes' responses to an unknown interrogator's questions. Her employer has been accused of... (more »)
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