Glass House, the new name of the Claire’s Day Teen Literary Journal, is looking for submissions for the 2018 issue, to be published for May 19 at the Claire’s Day Festival in Maumee. Glass House is seeking writers in grades 6-12 who attend schools in Toledo, Maumee and Defiance.
Writers can submit the following works:
Fiction — Please limit submissions to 3,000 words
Poetry — You may submit up to three poemsNonfiction — Opinion essays, memoir, and creative nonfiction; please limit submissions to 3,000 words
Other — Prose poetry, sequential art,
fiction-nonfiction hybrids; please keep to the
word limit for fiction
The deadline for submissions is March 15. For the guidelines and an
online submission form can be found at clairesday.org/glasshouse/.
While teens and tweens know their way around the snacks in the cupboards, they don’t always know their way around the kitchen. Whether your teen has a culinary curiosity, or just an insatiable appetite, What’s Cooking, an introductory class for teens, is the perfect way to get them prepped and primed for independence in the kitchen. 2:30pm. Saturday, February 24. Oregon Branch Library, 3340 Dustin Rd., 419-259-5250. Toledolibrary.org Free