NEW 2015 RESOURCES
Publish Your Creative Work On-Line Theme Page
This "Theme Page" has links to resources which will help students to publish their creative work (stories, poetry, art, etc) on-line. Please read our Canadian
The Salon presents contemporary Canadian poetry. It publishes poems by
Canadian poets and by those interested in Canada. The links on this page will
direct you to the poems written by the poets they have published on-line.
An opportunity to see Haiku poems written and illustrated by children from
Japan, United States, Canada, and Britain. Teachers can also submit poetry
written by their students.
Cyberkids publishes original creative work by kids ages 7 to 12. Possible
submissions include art, writing, games/puzzles, and multimedia.
This quarterly zine accepts creative submissions from students 19 or younger.
While a fair number are published in each edition, there is a lengthy time
between issues. Possible submissions include "stories, articles, poems, editorials,
art, photos, comics, reviews of software, web sites or books, music compositions,
Shockwave movies, or whatever!"
Children's Art Gallery
The Global Children's Art Gallery displays childrens' drawings (ages 1
to 12) from around the world.
Elementary, middle, and high schools can create and post their school newspaper
at this site for free.
KidNews, a free writing service for students and teachers, publishes young
authors. Possible submissions include stories, news articles, poetry, critiques,
real life accounts, opinions, and reviews.
This site has published thousands of stories and poems from kids. Submissions
are posted within a couple of days.
Kids 12 and younger can submit pictures, stories, picture books, and music.
Student poems are published on this web site in the section titled "Homegrown
Verse." There's also a section where entire classes can submit their creations.
The K-12 Student Poetry Publishing Project allows students or classes from
around the world to submit their work for publishing. This site has a moderator
to check for appropriate editing and content.
Refrigerator Art Contest
Each week this site chooses five contestants to participate in an art competition.
This section of CBC4Kids allows students to submit (or read) short stories,
poetry, or non-fiction and have their work published on this Canadian Broadcasting
Corporation web site.
This literary organization gives creative and talented teens an outlet
for publishing their poems and stories that "reveal the truth, fears, confusion,
excitement, controversy and reality of teenage life."
Kids can contribute poems, stories, art, or pictures to this online newspaper
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