Teen Ink

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Teen Ink
Teen Ink cover April 07.jpg
The April 2007 cover of Teen Ink
CategoriesChildren's magazine
FrequencyMonthly
Year founded1989
CompanyYoung Authors Foundation
CountryUnited States
Based inNewton, Massachusetts
LanguageEnglish
Websitewww.teenink.com
ISSN1545-1283

Teen Ink is a monthly tabloid-format magazine which is marketed to, and written by, teenagers. It is based in Newton, Massachusetts, and published by the Young Authors Foundation, a non-profit organization. The magazine's name was originally The 21st Century.

Art[edit]

Artists that have been published in Teen Ink's Magazine

Ellena Pfeffer, London Wood, Janna Dimopoulos, Tze En, Pulau Pinang And others.

Books[edit]

Teen Ink also prints a series of anthologies with selected writing from the magazine; they are co-published by HCI, publishers of the Chicken Soup series, and the Young Authors Foundation.

The anthologies which have been published so far include:

  • Teen Ink: Our Voices, Our Visions, 2000; ISBN 978-1-55874-816-3
  • Teen Ink 2: More Voices, More Visions, 2001; ISBN 978-1-55874-913-9
  • Teen Ink: Friends and Family, 2001; ISBN 978-1-55874-931-3
  • Teen Ink: Love and Relationships, 2002; ISBN 978-1-55874-969-6
  • Teen Ink: What Matters, 2003; ISBN 978-0-7573-0063-9
  • Teen Ink: Written in the Dirt, 2004; ISBN 978-0-7573-0050-9
  • Chicken Soup for the Teen Soul, 2007, ISBN 978-0-7573-0682-2

Poetry Journal[edit]

Poetry is a major focus of this magazine and is published in each monthly issue.

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