Teen Writers: Ask an established writer For Advice

In this day and age, there are more opportunities than ever before to become involved with (or at least aware of) the professional world of writing as a teen writer.

But let's face it: even the most aware, involved young writers still have questions. Lots and lots of questions.

We are committed to supporting these writers by providing a forum for these conversations—not only through our free, online summer writing program for high school students but also through our Dear Writer: Tips for Young Writers blog series.

If you would like to ask an established writer a question, but aren't sure who or how to ask, submit one or more questions below! We'll be routinely drawing from these questions and distributing them to some of our favorite poets, fiction writers, and nonfiction writers out there today. 

These writers have been there, they've made it out the other end, and they're here for you.

  "Freezing Silence" by Esther Boller (Issue Seven). 

"Freezing Silence" by Esther Boller (Issue Seven).