Exciting News for Young Writers


St. Charles, Illinois—July 7, 2010—Medallion Press Inc. is pleased to announce the opening of its
new Ya-Ya line, which will be added to its family of fiction and nonfiction imprints, including
the Medallion Masterpiece Collection and the new Young Adult and Christian Literature lines.
Ya-Ya, which stands for “Young Adults writing for Young Adults,” will showcase aspiring
authors between the ages of thirteen and eighteen. The Ya-Ya line will be comprised of a
variety of fiction genres to be released in print and e-book formats.
Medallion Press is thrilled to provide young and aspiring authors with access to a broad
reading audience. The editors are currently seeking Ya-Ya submissions, and guidelines are
available on the company Web site, http://www.medallionpress.com.
Be sure to check back often for news and updates on the Ya-Ya imprint and the many
innovative developments at Medallion Press. Learn More…

About Medallion Press:
Medallion Press, Inc. is a genre fiction and nonfiction publisher dedicated to creating the
highest quality product, both inside and out. For more information, visit

Do you have a manuscript ready to submit? How about a query? Not sure where to begin? REGISTER TODAY for my one-week Summer Writing Studio.

Young writers entering 4th-8th grade

Downers Grove, IL

Monday-Friday: August 9-13, 2010

9am-noon everyday

email me for more info: mjcwriter”at”comcast”dot”net


Filed under Education, Get Published, Young Adults

2 responses to “Exciting News for Young Writers

  1. Maybe if I started a novel at that age, I’d have finished one by now. Actually this might be the year I do it. I’m on Chapter 32. The only books I’ve been able to finish writing are picture books.

    Good luck to all the kids out there that are jumping in the writing ring. WARNING: It’s addicting.

    J. Aday Kennedy
    The Differently-Abled Writer
    Children’s Book Author & Inspirational Spokesperson
    Klutzy Kantor & Marta Gargantuan Wings

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