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Wayland High School Library: Magazines

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Mochi

Online magazine that examines stereotypes such as the dutiful Asian daughter and controversies around white actors playing Chinese characters. It also features tips on finding vintage clothing, as well as a college & career section. 

“Sesi” means “sister” in Sotho, a Bantu language mainly spoken in Southern Africa. The only teen magazine for Black girls on the newsstands, Sesi reps to the fullest — filling that void in mainstream magazine media, in which Black girls and their voices are virtually invisible.

Rooki

Started in 2011 by blogger and fashionista Tavi Gevinson at the age of 15, this online magazine includes fiction, personal essays, photography, and art from YA contributors, Rookie takes on everything from makeup and fashion to sex and body image to race and culture. Readers will find tips on finding moto jackets in plus sizes alongside coverage of the antirape march, SlutWalk. 

Booklist is a book-review magazine that has been published by the American Library Association for more than 100 years, and is widely viewed as offering the most reliable reviews to help library patrons and students decide what to read, view, or listen to. 

Latinitas

A digital magazine based in El Paso and Austin, TX, that was established in 2002 to provide an avenue for Latina teens to express their creativity. This publication accepts submissions of poetry, essays, tips, stories, reviews, and ideas. It is guided by its teen advisory board, and some of its recent features include “Rape Culture in Hispanic Communities” and “The Positives of Community College.” It is funded via donations from public and private sectors and offers volunteer and internship opportunities.

Teen Ink

Welcome to Teen Ink, a website, and national teen magazine devoted entirely to teenage writing, art, photos, and forums. For over 31 years, Teen Ink has offered teens the opportunity to publish their creative work and opinions on issues that affect their lives – everything from love and family to school, current events, and self-esteem. Hundreds of thousands of students, aged 13 -19, have submitted their work to us and we have published more than 55,000 teens since 1989.