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Yarn

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, July 22, 2016
Yarn
 
Yarn stands for Young Adult Review Network.
It also stands for yarn -  noun: a tale. verb: to tell a tale, i.e. spin a yarn.
 
Submissions are open in fiction, poetry, and essays,
 
We can’t wait to see your creative writing!  Since this is a YA literary journal, we ask that the material be appropriate for, and of particular interest to, young adult readers, 14 years old and up.  We have no age restrictions for authors (fogies over the age of 18 write YA, too), no genre restrictions (if you’ve got a story set in 2060, bring it on!), and no geographic restrictions (we have published teens in China and other similarly far-away places, and would love to see more international submissions).  We only ask that the writing you submit be original and publishable, with some literary merit (in other words, if you’ve written a slasher thriller with lots of smooching and slaying, we recommend sending it to Hollywood and not to us).  Send us only your very best.
 
 



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Yarn

Posted by Sally Clark on Friday, July 22, 2016
Yarn
 
Yarn stands for Young Adult Review Network.
It also stands for yarn -  noun: a tale. verb: to tell a tale, i.e. spin a yarn.
 
Submissions are open in fiction, poetry, and essays,
 
We can’t wait to see your creative writing!  Since this is a YA literary journal, we ask that the material be appropriate for, and of particular interest to, young adult readers, 14 years old and up.  We have no age restrictions for authors (fogies over the age of 18 write YA, too), no genre restrictions (if you’ve got a story set in 2060, bring it on!), and no geographic restrictions (we have published teens in China and other similarly far-away places, and would love to see more international submissions).  We only ask that the writing you submit be original and publishable, with some literary merit (in other words, if you’ve written a slasher thriller with lots of smooching and slaying, we recommend sending it to Hollywood and not to us).  Send us only your very best.
 
 



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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.
 
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