Check out the Darrow School Literary Magazine
Publication features stories, poems, photos, and art by students, faculty, and staff
The Darrow School Hands-to-Work Literary Magazine team recently released their first issue, a 36-page publication featuring stories, poems, artwork, and photos contributed by students, faculty, and staff. The name of the publication is "Burn Ban," which refers to the crew's opposition to banning artistic expression and burning books.
"This was a brand new Hands-to-Work crew this year, complete with nine hard-working students and one faculty advisor," said Dana Katz, who was that faculty advisor. "We spent the year planning, soliciting, and then sorting through about 60 submissions. The process of making it was a blast," she said, "with a steep learning curve, especially when it came to laying out the magazine, but everyone is excited by the final product."
Due to printing costs, a limited number of printed editions was produced.
Read the Darrow Literary Magazine online.
Learn more about Hands-to-Work.