Are you a student with a passion for art, writing, comics, or music?
Here is an opportunity for you to publish your work and to share it with others: “9 Muses,” the annually published school literary magazine. Every year, “9 Muses” seeks to collect work from students and to compile it into a short volume.
The magazine will accept short stories, scripts, poems, memoirs, comics, paintings, photography, music lyrics, creative recipes, original jokes, and anything else which can be transmitted on paper, including photos of 3D art such as sculpture.
Interested in having your work featured? Submit either a soft copy or a picture of your work to Mr. Walsh via email (
). The only requirements are that submissions contain appropriate language and images, that they have been created or edited either this school year or the summer of 2011 (work done for a class will be accepted), and that the student's name and grade level appear on all of his or her submissions. The due date for submissions is early May, but the sooner, the better.
The “9 Muses” club will then review each submission and decide which will be included in the magazine. Please note that grade level does not affect the likelihood of a student's work being accepted and that written submissions are open to editing.
Want a copy of the 2010-2011 edition of “9 Muses”? Please see Walsh or your current English teacher.
Would you like to join “9 Muses” club and become part of the process of creating the literary magazine? The club meets every Monday during Mustang Block in Walsh's room next to the Writing Lab. If you are unable to make a meeting but would still like to join, please notify Walsh.