Want to get your work published?

How about some money for college?

Here are some contests and publishing sites to check out:

Teen Ink - Teen Ink has no staff writers; we depend completely on you to send writing, art, and photos. There is no charge to submit or be published. All submissions will be considered for publication in Teen Ink’s print magazine and website.
NaNoWriMo - It is a fun, seat-of-your-pants novel writing event where the challenge is to write an entire novel in just 30 days. That means participants begin writing November 1 and must finish by midnight, November 30.
Puffrock Press- We are looking for the very best material by students (ages 8–16). Material may include cartoons, songs, stories between 500 and 1200 words, puzzles, photographs, artwork, games, editorials, poetry, and plays, as well as any other creative work that can fit in the pages of the magazine.
Frodo's Notebook - We actively seek five types of submissions from teens. Send us your very best work, and read the guidelines thoroughly and completely before sending anything:
Skipping Stones- Skipping Stones is an award-winning, international, non-profit magazine, now in the 14th year! We celebrate ecological and cultural diversity, facilitates a meaningful exchange of ideas and experiences.
Promising Young Writers Program- Students who are eighth-graders in the present academic school year are eligible to be nominated for the Promising Young Writers program. Students must be nominated by their teachers.
Scholastic Art & Writing Awards - The longest running, most prestigious recognition program for teen artists & writers.