Teen Writers

New in Fiction – Limited by Allison Mulder

Posted by on Jan 27, 2014 in Disability and or Neuro-diversity, Fiction, Teen Writers, The Blog | 0 comments

Limited Allison Mulder An evening of video games and chocolate rations is cut short when the power goes out. Carris and her friends must beat raiders to the communication station if they want to save the town. Limited by Allison Mulder won 1st Place in Visibility Fiction’s Teens Only Writing Competition. Read Online | Kindle | ePub | PDF About the Author: Allison Mulder is a nocturnal college student in Iowa, currently busy with the study of Writing, Literature, and the art of procrastination. When avoiding homework, she often reads, doodles, watches too much anime, and daydreams about...

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New in Fiction: Silence by Jasmine Brown

Posted by on Jan 9, 2014 in Disability and or Neuro-diversity, Fiction, Teen Writers | 0 comments

Silence Jasmine Brown Waking up blind is terrifying, but it’s the least of Riley’s problems when he finds himself trapped in a cave with an enraged police officer and a couple of supervillains. Silence by Jasmine Brown won 2nd Place in Visibility Fiction’s Teens Only Writing Competition. Read Online | Kindle | ePub | PDF About the Author: Jasmine Brown was born in Oregon and raised in Seattle, which might have something to do with her love of rain. When she’s not running errands for her (very large) family, she’s writing, drawing, and acting. Someday she hopes to become a TV...

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New Fiction: California Dreaming by Gil Segev

Posted by on Sep 26, 2013 in Fiction, LGBTQIA, Teen Writers | 0 comments

California Dreaming Gil Segev Finn is leaving home and flying all the way to California to be with the one he loves. It should be exciting, so why is Finn nervous? California Dreaming by Gil Segev won 3rd Place in Visibility Fiction’s Teens Only Writing Competition. Read Online | Kindle | ePub | PDF About the Author: Gil Segev was born in Haifa, Israel, and moved to the cold of Canada when he was eight years old. Besides being a total nut for cheesecake, Gil takes interest in perfumery, videography, and writing (duh!). —– If you enjoyed “California Dreaming”...

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And the winners are…!!!!

Posted by on Aug 21, 2013 in Competitions, Teen Writers | 2 comments

After much nail biting, the judges’ votes are in! All our finalists received a lot of love from the judges and everyone agreed this was a tough decision. Once the votes were counted, however, there were three stories that really stood out to receive the first, second and third places in our Teens Only Writing Competition. And the winners are: 1st Place: “Limited” by Allison Mulder (winning a AU$50 payment and publication on the Visibility Fiction site) 2nd Place: “Silence” by Jasmine Brown (winning a AU$20 payment and publication on the Visibility Fiction site) 3rd Place: “California...

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Teen Writing Competition FINALISTS!

Posted by on Aug 6, 2013 in Competitions, News, Teen Writers | 0 comments

It’s time to announce the Teen Writing Competition FINALISTS! The overall standard of the entries was extremely high, making this a tough decision. I read and reread entries considering a number of factors such as how well they read as young adult fiction, how well they incorporate diversity, and the usual story factors such as plot and characterisation (not to mention that X-Factor). Based on these factors, each story was given a score out of 10 and our finalists were chosen. Without further ado, your finalists in alphabetical order are: “Black Frost” by Joel Wheeler...

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Tomorrowgirl – Short Story Competition

Posted by on Jan 19, 2013 in News, Race and Ethnicity, Teen Writers | 0 comments

Tomorrowgirl is a short story competition founded by Ros Baxter. The competition is open to Australian Indigenous high school girls in or from remote communities. Entrants must write a story with the theme “My beautiful tomorrow”, of at least 500 words in length. Stories can be true or imagined, and will be judged on impact, originality and inspiration. It looks like a really cool competition with the winner receiving a writer’s support package. The competition opens on 28 January 2013 and closes on 3 May 2013 at 5:00pm. You can find more information, including submission...

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