MAGAZINE: Polyphony Lit



Polyphony Lit is a national literary magazine specifically for high school students that is run by high school students and published on an annual basis. 


Teen writers who are 13-18 years old may submit short fiction, creative non-fiction, and poetry for their 2019 edition. All entries are considered for the Claudia Ann Seaman Award for Young Writers, which is presented to the top piece in each category every year. Honorable mentions are also selected. 


Word count limit is 1,800 for fiction and non-fiction. Line count limit is 80 lines for poetry. Be sure to check out their website for full formatting guidelines. 



2019 Reading Period ends on
May 31, 2019



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CAROLYN BENNET FRAISER is a published writer and creative writing instructor in Brevard, North Carolina, where she enjoys helping youth find their passion for writing. 

Carolyn is available to speak to children and youth about creative writing at your school or special event. 

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