Publish Your Poetry Online

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What Kids Are Saying offers kids educational games including the funny things kids say, their thoughts and help in improving their computer knowledge.

Family and Friend Poems

January 3, 2008 -- From Don, a reader, from Maryland USA, who is affiliated with the site.

A website devoted to the topic of Family and Friendship. Topics such as true friendship, feelings of affection, loneliness and anger towards family and friends are expressed through poetry. Original poetry can be submitted and if approved published.

Writers-Network.com Writing Community

January 2, 2008 -- From Julie Pelle, a reader, from Canada, who is affiliated with the site.

Writers-Network.com is 100% free and welcomes writers of all ages. We provide a fun place for writers to publish their poems and stories, chat in our forums, enter free writing contests and get honest feedback on their work from other writers within the community. Each free membership includes a personal web site with a homepage, author’s biography, news page, private messaging and unlimited poem/story pages. Members can also choose whether to accept feedback on their work or not as well as keep in contact with readers who join their personal fan club. Its a wonderful community of talented writers that is growing bigger every day. We welcome people from all backgrounds and skill level to share in our common goal of improving as writers.

Amazing Story Club

April 26, 2006 -- From Sashank, 8 years old from Bandung,Indonesia, who is not affiliated with the site

It’s a cool space for kids to publish their poems, stories and book reviews.Only good work from kids all over the world. They also have these role model interviews and a feed back section

Poetry Pals

June 13, 2000 -- From Kenn, a parent from Fresno, CA who is not affiliated with the site

Students between five and eighteen can submit one poem per year for possible online publication.

A Celebration of Young Poets

November 17, 1999 -- From Tom, a teacher from Portland, Oregon who is not affiliated with the site

Another great Web site that has a contest for young poets in grades 4-12 in which they give out over $40,000 in prizes and over $13,000 in grants to schools to help with their language arts. There are no fees to enter and no required purchase. In fact, unlike other contests my kids have entered, the sponsoring organization is a member of the Better Business Bureau.

Young Poets

July 20, 1999 -- From Lori Eldridge, a reader from Spokane, WA, USA who is affiliated with the site

Young Poets is a site where kids can post their poetry and drawings and find links for fun games, puzzles, mazes, pictures to color and other kid’s poetry sites.