Young writers interested in getting their work published should be aware that there are numerous markets and resources available to them online.
Following is a list of sites with information for the young writer and markets that will interest both youth and adult writers. Some of the publications also are open to youth writing (or may be, so query them).
Compiled by: Christine Verstraete, author, "Searching For A Starry Night, A Miniature Art Mystery", http://cverstraete.com/ - http://candidcanine.blogspot.com/
Real Kids.com - Kids writing critique group, tips
Debbi Ohi - Kid's writing tips & Links
Author writing tips - how to improve your writing
Author Ralph Fletcher writing tips
Preditors and Editors - market, agent, site warnings
Be the Star You Are - true events stories for young writers, 360-630 words. Deadline: Jan. 6 '09
Flashshot, 100 word stories - sci-fi, horror, mystery, may be open to younger writers. (non-paying)
Funds for Writers, Writing Kid Excellent, free newsletter by email with markets and tips. Subscribe and get a free markets ebook with tips by email!
Imagination Café - weekly writing contest for kids, winner posted on site (free member sign-up, needs parent approval, email confirmation)
Ralan.com - Great market listings
Stone Soup Magazine, accepts work to age 13
Stories For Children Magazine, ages 3-12, accepts younger author work
Story Station, stories for ages 6-12, protagonists of same age (ask if accept stories from younger writers)
Teen Ink, accepts young author's work (fiction and nonfiction, print and ezine)
Young Writer. UK - youth writer magazine, England
Good luck and get submitting!