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Magazines for teens are located at every branch library. If you can't get to the library, why not check out these links to some popular e-zines.
Part of this list was compiled by the Youth Services Dept. of the City of Mesa (AZ) Library. (original link)
The Book of Zines: Readings from the fringe.
Channelone.com: This multifaceted site offers everything from pop culture to college to volunteering, plus information on cool stuff to make and to do, homework help, poetry, articles, and reviews.
CosmoGirl!: A cool new magazine for girls that tells about guys, style, celebs, entertainment, how to be the best you can be, astrology, and fun & games.
J-14: "The Number One celebrity magazine for teens!"
Seven Hills Review: Original poetry written by teens. Produced by the Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.
Shonen Jump: The most popular manga magazine in Japan is Weekly Shonen Jump, the birthplace of some of the greatest artists and stories. Weekly Shonen Jump sells approximately 3 million copies every week, to ages ranging from elementary school students to adults — in a country with half the population of the U.S.
Teen: The place to go for fun, advice, quizzes, celeb stuff, videos and more!
TeenInk: Magazine, blogs, book series, and web site written entirely by teens. An excellent resource for teen writers and artists.
Teen Voices: The original magazine written by, for, and about teenage and young adult women. (Site currently blocked by filter.)
Native Youth Magazine: Poetry, photos and profiles of young Native people across the United States and Canada.