Contemporary Youth's Companion

Emily Dickinson began writing poetry when she was quite young, and poems such as her "A narrow Fellow in / the Grass," "A Bird came down the / Walk," and "I started Early - Took my / Dog" are often favorites among young readers. This section of the Dickinson Electronic Archives is a forum for poems and other writings by writers who are 18 years old or younger. Edited by Jane Hall-Williams, this Contemporary Youth's Companion welcomes submissions of up to 10 poems and/or short stories of 15 pages or less, which should be sent in care of the editors.

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 · Jane Hall-Williams

 · Debbie A. Smith's seventh grade class, Arizona, February 2000

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