Produced by Writing West Midlands, this online magazine features writing created by children and young people from the region.
To read the most current issue of the magazine, please visit the Latest Issue page where you can find a note from the magazine’s editor, William Gallagher, or download a PDF of the issue here. If you’d like to read more creative writing by up and coming young writers you can visit the Previous Issues page.
If you live or study in the West Midlands and you’d like to submit a piece of your writing for possible inclusion in the magazine and for our new anthology book, please see the Get Involved page to see more details. This magazine is published online twice a year: winter (October-December) and spring (February-April) terms. The anthology is published in September.
Issue 26 of Spark Young Writers Magazine will be published in April 2023. The new anthology will be published in September 2023.
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The 26th edition of Spark Young Writers Magazine is out now. Published online in April 2023, the magazine features some of the best writing produced by children and young people aged 8 to 20 who live in the West Midlands region. Editor’s pick this issue is a piece by Doroti Polgar called 3am. To read Issue 26, click here. To access it as a pdf, click here. If you’re interested in submitting to the next issue, find out how here. Letter from our Editor The great and the very, very hard thing about Spark Young Writers’ Magazine is that there is