1. Contests: You can read and critique fiction, short writing, and poetry. You pick the ones you like best and at the end of every month, the five most popular projects are selected for review by the inkpop Editorial Board (which consists of HarperCollins editors). You can also enter your own writing.
2. You'll find Forums where you can talk about books and writing, ask questions, and discuss your writing and poetry, among other things.
3. Find author interviews, writing tips, writing contest information, writing prompts and more on the inkpop blog.
4. Learn how to speak Parseltongue and participate in Live Chats.
This is from the FAQ:
Inkpop is a writing site and community dedicated to promoting writing by and for teens. Created by
HarperCollins, inkpop encourages members to upload and share their writing in an ongoing American Idol–style contest. Each month, the top five fiction, nonfiction, and poetry projects on the Top Projects list will be reviewed by a HarperCollins editor.
You have to be 13 years old or older in order to register.
If you're interested, and especially if you know teens who read and write, here's the link: INKPOP So what are you waiting for? I'll see you at inkpop.
Happy Reading and Writing.
Have a nice weekend.