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  • Fiction > Historical Fiction
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    Joseph rushed up the stairs of the World Trade Center to level 97, eager to fulfill his boss’s instruction to get coffee from across the street. At age 23, he accepted a job as the personal assistant to a project manager. He politely knocked and entered his boss Charlie’s unnaturally clean ...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
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    Pain. Excruciating pain. The bone protruding from Melony’s arm is all she can concentrate on walking back to the cave. A flashback forms in her confused mind of the threatening fall. A voice, summoning her out of the cave, spread through Melony’s limbs took control. “Melony…” the c...
  • Fiction > Fan Fiction
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    My lungs contracted horribly as I bounded through the thick underbrush of Nicolet Forest. Over a root, under the fallen tree, around that—BAM! Sprawled among ferns and dropped leaves, I came to the realization that I have apparently missed a low hanging branch protruding from the fallen pine tree....
  • Reviews > Movie Reviews
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    The film The Hobbit, directed by Peter Jackson, was beyond all of our expectations when we first set eyes upon it. A young hobbit by the name of Mr. Bilbo Baggins reluctantly agrees to join a loyal company of dwarves to salvage their home from the feared dragon, Smaug. This well-directed film is com...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
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    I love the idea of a magazine written by teens for teens. The readers connect with the stories and find inspiration. While the nonfiction is interesting, there should be more fiction. Fiction allows magazines to explode with imagination and wonder. The fiction section in Teen Ink tends to be lack...

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