Resources for the Teen Creative Writing & Art Contest

Find and share resources for the Twist Fate challenge via this Google doc.  Instructions for how teens can enter are at and If you missed the free webinars about how to connect with teens around creative activities, visit the Connected Learning Alliance's web site.

Entries are being accepted from from March 6 to April 6 for all members of Wattpad and DeviantArt between the ages of 13 and 17 at the time of the submission. Participants enter by creating an account and submitting their work through either or

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Comment by Melissa Lewis on March 3, 2016 at 9:59am

There really are no directions for this on the site.  When will the instructions be posted? It would be nice to know this beforehand so I can plan with a writing teacher.  Thanks!

Comment by Melissa Lewis on March 10, 2016 at 9:59am

Is there a prize for the winner? So students just need to create an account at wattpad and put their story on there and they are automatically entered into this contest?


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