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Cadaverine Magazine
Cadaverine Magazine publishes the best new poetry, prose and non-fiction from under 30's. We believe in showcasing contemporary, innovative and original new writing from the next genaration of literary talent
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Cube is a magazine made for and by young people across the UK. If you are a young person you can visit Cubeweb to enjoy journalism, writing and media work created by young people.
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Cuckoo Young Writers runs weekly writing groups for young people aged 12-19, out-of-school writing projects, the Cuckoo prize at the Northern Writers Awards, and our two publications Cuckoo Chronicle, our literary magazine for young people, and Cuckoo Review, our online arts journalism site. We want to young people to write more, about everything
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East Leeds FM was created back in 2003 as a pilot project run by Heads Together Productions with students from John Smeaton High School. It has grown and developed since then and over 4000 people have been involved in broadcasting over that time – ranging in age from three to one hundred!
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Everybody Writes is a project run in partnership by Booktrust and The National Literacy Trust and funded by the Department for Education (DfE). It is a resource for primary and secondary teachers, aimed at inspiring engaging writing projects for children and young people.
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Are you are writer aged 13- 18? Then you’ve come to the right place! Just Words is New Writing South’s online community for young writers. Set up a profile, upload your creative writing and get feedback from other writers.
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Leeds Young Authors runs creative writing projects out-of-school and in schools to nurture and develop youth talent, to encourage socially inclusive engagement, and to promote the benefits that good writing skills can afford today's youth in their personal, professional and academic lives.
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Founded by the Poetry Society in 1998, the The Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award has been supported by the Foyle Foundation since 2001 and is now firmly established as the key competition for young poets aged between 11 and 17 years.
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A development programme for writers aged 16-21 living, working or studying in the north of England
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YOUNG INSCRIBE is a programme of INSCRIBE, housed by Peepal Tree Press, is a project aiming to use current resources and develop new ones, to assist Yorkshire’s Black & Asian writers in advancing their creative and professional development.
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