Share your Thoughts through Words

Greetings!


Teen Tidings is a platform of the youth, for the youth and by the youth. After receiving an overwhelmingly positive response for our website’s maiden publication, Globe Trotting in Confinement, we have come up with another initiative- Share your Thoughts through Words-wherein budding writers, poets, reviewers, storytellers, fashion enthusiasts, travellers, etc. can share their original compositions with the world through Teen Tidings.
For a whole month, 1 budding writer will get a chance to be published on the website every day!

Since we have closed the dates for registration since a few days now to go through the contributions and put them in the phase of editing, we are now extremely excited to announce that we have sifted through several pieces of art by teens and pre teens and have finally selected our top 11! The selected contributors are:

1. Anandi Sharma

2. Pahul Singh

3. Deeksha Nayyar

4. Arushi Jain

5. Niharika Singh

6. Moesha Jain

7. Ira Pathak

8. Vanshika Sood

9. Navya Madan

10. Manya Mudgil

11. Anirudh Palta

We will be publishing their articles/poems serially from the 14th of January to the 31st of January, 2021. Each day will mark the publication of the piece of one contributor ONLY, so that due weightage can be given to all write-ups.

Congratulations to all the selected writers/poets! We are delighted to collaborate with all you amazing young talents and hope to work with you again in future!

To become a part of the family, express your thoughts, collaborate and support Teen Tidings, make sure to subscribe the website!

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