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One Teen Story
ONE TEEN STORY is a quarterly literary magazine that features the work of today’s best teen writers.
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One Story Apr 9
Congrats to author & OS Debutante whose novel EVERY MOMENT AFTER is out today from !
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One Teen Story Apr 2
Check out this interview with OTS #34 author !
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One Teen Story Apr 2
HAPPY PUB DAY to OTS #20 author !
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David Abrams Mar 17
This one stunned me. That ending! OMG. Highly recommended reading, folks. Bravo, Brayden & !
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One Teen Story Mar 20
In Carlie Schwarm’s “Press Space to Continue,” a teen gamer has to decide if his new friend is real or is part of the game. Check out this winning story from the ONE TEEN STORY Teen Writing Contest!
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One Teen Story Mar 5
OTS authors and will be honored at the 2019 Literary Debutante Ball!
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One Teen Story Jan 29
Self-image, self-worth, and self-indulgence collide in Teen Writing Contest Winner Brayden Mekertichian’s “Burning, in You.” Buckle up and check it out!
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One Teen Story Jan 23
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Congratulations to the winners, and thanks to everyone who entered. Keep an eye out for the winning stories throughout 2019! Visit our blog for brief excerpts from the winning stories:
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One Teen Story Jan 23
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Ages 18 – 19 “Free” by Kara Molnar Runner-Up: “November” by Maia McGaw
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One Teen Story Jan 23
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Ages 16 – 17 Winner: “And the War Stopped” by Emma Caton and “Cicatriz” by Juliet Cushing Runner-up: “Desensitization” by Helen Qian
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One Teen Story Jan 23
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Ages 13 – 15 Winner: “Press Space to Continue” by Carlie Schwarm Runner-up: “Every Breath a Love Song” by Jenny Hu
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One Teen Story Jan 23
We are thrilled to announce the winners and runners-up of our 2019 One Teen Story Teen Writing Contest!
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One Story Nov 28
Congrats to this year's anthologized OS & OTS authors! 's "Guerrilla Marketing" won a . 's "Bayou" (OS 230), 's "Prairie Fire, 1899" (OS 226), and Lilly Hunt's "Bulletin Board Dragon" (OTS 52) all received special mentions. 🎉
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One Teen Story Nov 15
Today is the day! It's your last chance to submit to the One Teen Story writing contest! The prize is $500 and publication! We'd love to read your work, so submit your stories here:
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One Teen Story Nov 14
Attention teen writers! The deadline for the One Teen Story writing contest is TOMORROW 11/15! The prize is $500 and publication! Check out our guidelines and submit here:
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One Teen Story Nov 7
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Purchase the issue and read an interview with Erin here:
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One Teen Story Nov 7
“Franz’s eyes met mine, and we exchanged firm nods, both understanding what the other was thinking. We had started this journey with the intent of getting the Lipizzaners to safety. We would do that, or die trying.”— "Escape from Vienna" (OTS 56) by Erin Snyder. 🐎🐎🐎
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One Teen Story Nov 6
In one of our Teen Writing Contest winning stories, “Escape from Vienna,” Erin Snyder drops us into the middle of an air raid in 1945 while two teen boys try to save a group of Lipizzaner stallions.
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One Teen Story Nov 5
Attention teen writers: you have less than two weeks to submit to our teen writing contest! The deadline is 11/15.
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One Story Sep 20
Together with the Talve-Goodman family, is pleased to announce the Adina Talve-Goodman Fellowship, which offers a year-long mentorship in the craft of fiction to an emerging writer. Deadline=Nov. 15th.
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