Bridge Ink is the official online young adult literary magazine of PWN Teen, a division of Project Write Now, a nonprofit writing organization located in Red Bank, N.J. Bridge Ink features writing and art created by teens and is updated on a bi-monthly basis. Bridge Ink is created and run by Project Write Now’s interns. If you are interested in becoming an intern, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
by Aimee W., 16
We publish 8-10 young writers and 1 piece of student artwork (for our Ekphrastic Challenge) per issue. Issues come out every two months. Read more about the Ekphrastic Challenge below.
If you’re not sure what you want to write about, find inspiring prompts on our Instagram page.
Writing is the vehicle to self-expression. We want to hear your voice!
The editors at Bridge Ink have created an Ekphrastic Challenge series using submissions of teen artwork to inspire poetry and prose.
Write a poem, story, or essay in response to or in reflection of the featured art, and then submit your work here. Winners will be posted as the featured story in the following issue.
If you’re an artist and would like a chance to feature your art for the next Ekphrastic Challenge, please submit your art here.