Middle/High School Voices Anthology

Middle and High School Students– Publish your writing in our annual Middle/High School Voices Anthology

The National Writing Project in New Hampshire is an affiliate of the Scholastic Writing Awards through the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers.  Students will have the opportunity to compete for national recognition and publication in The Best Teen Writing of 2014. Deadline for submissions:  January 15th, 2014.

For more information, follow this link.

For more information, go to:
http://www.artandwriting.org/Affiliate/NH001W#cv_1694

Voices News:

  • MHSV Conference:  more information to come.
  •  Students whose submissions are accepted will be notified. Published authors, their teachers, and their school libraries receive free copies of the book. Anyone may purchase a copy online.

Voices anthologies are available for sale or as a free download.

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History of Voices

Voices began as Voices from the Center, created in 1995 as a place where writers and artists could deal with taboo topics, and a safe place to tell their stories. In 2000, the publication was retitled High School Voices, and dedicated to publishing the writing of regional high school students. In 2002, it was adopted by the Plymouth Writing Project. Between 2004 and 2006, High School Voices published in an electronic format. Beginning in 2006, the expanded Middle/High School Voices is dedicated to the publication of middle and high school writers both in a print anthology and in an online version. Each year, a call for submissions goes out to New Hampshire middle and high school writers via the NWPNH network of teachers. Submissions are collected electronically, reviewed and discussed by an editorial board, and the best are selected and included in the anthology.

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