Want to get published!? The Kansas City Teen Zine is back! We want to publish the most talented teenagers in Kansas City for Unheard Voices #2! We are looking for submission of essays, book/movie reviews, fiction, photography, art, poetry, comics, drawings, short stories, and more to be published. All work MUST be original. All works will be reviewed by other teens in Kansas City for publication.
Abandon by Meg Cabot
Through every city he shall hunt her down,
until he shall have driven her back to hell.
There from whence envy first did set her loose.
Greek Mythology is never anyone's favorite thing to listen to but Meg Cabot weaves a dark romance story from the Classic tale of the godesss Persephone who was kidnapped by the God of the Underworld Hades.
17 year old Pierce knows exactly what it's like to die after she has a Near Death Experience in her family's backyard pool and drowns trying to rescue an injured bird. More than an hour passes before she's finally revived by the paramedics. Even after 2 years Pierce is haunted by her memories of the underworld but more haunted by the mysterious death diety who tried to keep her there.
Throwing Like A Girl by Mackey, Weezie.
When Ella suddenly transfers from her Chicago hometown to Dallas, Texas, she feels alien in her new private school. With her clunky Midwestern clothes she feels like she doesn't even compare to the girls in flowing skirts that go to Spring Valley Day School. And without her friends to help guide her she feels so lost. But then on an impulse she decides to try out for the softball team, and she makes it!
Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick
When Nora Grey gets a new biology partner, her life completely changes; she thinks someone is stalking her and her guess is Patch, her biology partner. She thinks she’s seeing things, hearing things, and when the police get there everything is back to normal, then she starts questioning herself; did she really hit the guy in the ski mask with a car??
For you my heart and soul to take....
Theia Alderson is a quiet girl from the UK living in a small California town. But living in her creepy Victorian Style house she always has these weird dreams. First it starts with the "Burning man". He falls out of the sky and lands on her father’s perfectly manicured grass and burns it. Then a bonfire with lively skeletons. Then she meets this mystery man dressed in Victorian clothing. Then the next day sees him at her school and her knees go weak.... Who is he and why is he in her dreams?
Mystery, romance, suspense, animated talking chameleons. Yes it is true. Recently I saw one of the most oddly, yet satisfying animated films since last summer. Mix in some beautiful colors and the tongue and cheek references to other movies; Rango is well worth the ticket price.
Rango tells the story of a chameleon (Johnny Depp) who lives a simple life in his tank, until one fateful day, his life changes in an instant when he is accidently lost in the Mojave Desert. Being the house pet he is, he finds it hard to cope with the new surroundings for five whole minuets. Making his journey to wherever the next place could be, a group of owl mariachi players, narrate the story of the desert journey.