You're Write Online Zine
Calling all teens ages 13-17: share your writing in our online zine, You're Write
Anyone from the age of 13 to the age of 17 is welcome to submit short stories, poems, and creative nonfiction via the submission form. We will select and post work on a quarterly basis, with new issues going up in January, April, July, and October. We'll let you know if your work has been selected within a month of your submission date.
Please read our submission guidelines before submitting.
NEXT ISSUE (Spring) comes out April 20, 2018.
DEADLINE for submissions is April 13, 2018.
Please enjoy the selections for our latest issue below.

I absolutely hate numbers. I hate math, too. Numbers describe my whole life. They're how I think, how I choose to be, and what I am. They are the test scores I receive, how many people I've liked and how many I've dated.

In the world today, people are beautifully broken. Instead of broken bones, there are broken hearts. Everything is covered up with smiles, laughter, and jokes that mean more than they ought to mean. In society today, the perception of people versus what people think they should look like is the exact opposite.

It was a beautiful, sunny, September day. A few fall breezes making their first appearances here and there. The sky was clear, not a cloud for miles, just a brilliant baby blue color painted across the horizon. The familiar sounds of dogs barking and birds singing danced through my mind as I strolled down the sidewalk without a care in the world.


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