Highlighting Young Producers by Twisting Fate

“What if Lord Voldemort had never become Lord Voldemort? What if he found the love of his life before everything started?”

So teases the description of Knilesly’s short story, “The Queer Quill.” As one of the winners of the Twist Fate challenge earlier this year, it is a featured story in the recently published collection, Twist Fate: Teens Spin Classic Tales. Available as a physical book for libraries and contributors and freely downloadable, Twist Fate is a powerful collection to read through.

With thousands of entries on popular youth media communities DeviantArt and Wattpad, the images, stories, comics, and poems included in the Twist Fate published collection, illustrate the possibilities of youth production and online communication. Organized into four thematic sections — Betrayal, Vengeance, Survival, and Belonging — the Twist Fate selection speaks back to popular fairly tale, manga, and YA canons. As launching points for these new works, existing stories are largely in place for the teenagers in this collection to highlight their own interests, passions, and panache as producers.

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