This week's (belated!) Teen Tuesday focuses on resources for teen writers interested in science fiction and fantasy.
To learn more about worldbuilding, check out this article, Seven Deadly Sins of Worldbuilding, and this HUGE list of questions you can consider while creating a fantasy world.
Analog isn't a market for teen writers specifically, but it's a paying market with submission information available online.
If you live in the Washington, DC area, Politics & Prose Bookstore is hosting a fantasy writing workshop for teens August 11th - 15th. For more information, check their website listing.
Science fiction author Jeffrey A. Carver offers advice on his website. (I'm a big believer in his tip about planning your next market and sending out a submission the same day you receive a rejection.)
The Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America website has an extensive Information Center for writers.
If you know of other resources for science fiction and fantasy writers, particularly those for teens, please let me know.
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