Saiyah is an aspiring journalist who likes to write about the latest trends and everything pop culture.
Salma Amrou is an Egyptian-American poet and aspiring author. Aside from writing, she can be found reading classic literature, journaling, and procrastinating on her homework.
Samantha Ferrer is a 20 year junior in college in California. She enjoys reading, writing, spending time with close friends, and binge watching her favorite shows and movies. Samantha also enjoys watching Rom-Coms and John Hughes movies. On her free time, you can find Samantha thrift shopping, and enjoying/looking at nature.
Sam Atkinson has been a writer for The Teen Magazine since January 2021.
Sam Burton is a 17-year-old high school student in England. He is a writer, editor, and interviewer for The Teen Magazine.
Samir is a junior in high school who is passionate for the field of journalism. Aside from being a writer for The Teen Magazine, Samir involves himself with his school newspaper, two non-profit organizations, and he currently is running his own newspaper with a couple of his friends. Samir enjoys working with others to accomplish goals and achievements, and he is more than eager to help out whenever he can.
Sammy Kelner is a high school senior who is very passionate about politics and social justice issues. She is the founder and president of her school’s Key Club and has a podcast called Politically Blonde. She is also a contributing editor for the Marginalia Review of Books and was awarded a 2021-2022 internship with the Writing College at The Women's Writing Institute. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, traveling, and going to the beach.
Sarah is a 14 year old podcaster, writer, producer and hard rock enthusiast. She founded a media production company called TriPod Media in 2020, which produces two podcasts, Word Affinity and Storytime With Kabeer. She also has a blog and hosts The Word Affinity Podcast (currently on hiatus). She's an ambivert, who likes dystopian fiction, money, Harry Potter, Apple products, Russian novels, and certain 1900's Judies. She wants you to know that she isn't actually funny. She's just prone to making caustic remarks, and people think she's joking :)
Sarah Diane Lokenauth is a high school junior and journalist from Atlanta, Georgia who draws inspiration from the world around her. She loves to write about the stories of the people around her and about interesting topics. Sarah also enjoys reading sci-fi, horror, ya, and fantasy fiction books. She also enjoys cooking, singing, drawing, and spending time with friends and family. You can follow her on Instagram @sarahdiane_writes where you can see some of her writing, and her blog at https://sarahdianelokenaut.wixsite.com/sarahdiane.
Sarah Palmer attends Sarah Lawrence College in New York as an English major. She enjoys classical music and reading everything from Sylvia Plath to Donna Tart to Colleen Hoover.
Sarah is a senior in high school and is extremely passionate about her activism and artwork. She hopes to study broadcast journalism in college and continue on a path of media & communications.
Serena is a lifelong learner and journalist who is passionate about educating others and conquering the stigma surrounding mental health. She’s currently a freshman at Loyola University Chicago, double majoring in multimedia journalism and political science. When she’s not reading or writing, Serena loves exploring new restaurants and coffee shops with her family and friends in Chicago.
Sevasti "Seva" Karonis is an aspiring writer from New York, NY seeking to change the world one story at a time. When she's not writing, she can be found playing the guitar, listening to some Queen, or scrolling through Pinterest.
Also known as Shahenda THEBOOKGEEK. I am a 22-year old indie book blogger, poet, magazine writer, and a senior dental student. If I am not reading, then you would find me writing book reviews, poems, women empowerment, career coaching or personal development articles. If not that, then you would definitely find me crying over my long lost GPA.