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An appreciation of those who participated in our Winter/Spring Writing Workshop Session

On April 3, 2021, we held our second official end of term reading, a showcase wherein our authors read aloud their best work in front of an audience. While not all of our authors decided to share their work, the formal reading still served as a way of honoring all those who attended the Writing Workshop, whose sharing of work and space over the course of the session strengthened the writing of everyone involved. So, thank you Madeline K, Sophie, Lena, Hera, Julia, Ava, Sierra, Anya, Margaret, Peri, Grace, Liam, Enni, Nami, Anna, Lucy, Maggie, Lina, Sadie, Reese, Samantha, Katie, Tilly, Nova, Iago, Leo, Georgia, Eve, Simran, Ismini, Jonathan, Yasmine, Analise, Charlotte M, Elbert, Emi, Angela, Emma, Noa, Katie P, Pranjoli, Alice, Tegan, Rachael, Olivia Z, Kaidyn, Lucy, Sage, Olivia G, Olivia S, Ruhi, and Madeline S for your continued participation throughout the course of this session, and for inspiring each other to take your writing to greater heights. We are all so proud of all of you!

A summary of those who read and their work, in order of appearance

"Eclipse," a short story by Nova Macknik-Conde, 9, written in Writing Workshop #34: Magical Realism.

"Book Zero," an excerpt by Leo Michelman, 11, refined in Writing Workshop #32: Intro to Invented Words and Artlang

"Heart and Brain," a short story by Peri Gordon, 11, written in Writing Workshop #34: Magical Realism

"The Girl's Revenge," a short story by Lindsay Gao, 9, written in Writing Workshop #33: Larger Than Life Characters

"Memory Loss," a short story by Hannah Nami Gajcowski, 10, written in Writing Workshop #34: Magical Realism

"Nothing but Black," a short story by Lena Aloise, 11, written in Writing Workshop #35: Emerging From

"Sunset," a poem by Iago Macknik-Conde, 14, written in Writing Workshop #35: Emerging From

"Fox Girl," a short story by Sierra Elman, 11, written in Writing Workshop #33: Larger Than Life Characters

"Pedestrians," a short story by Liam Hancock, 13, written in Writing Workshop #36: Veering

"No Way to Escape," a short story by Rachael Lippe, 10, written in Writing Workshop #31: Chance Operations for Fun, Challenge, & a Different Kind of Expression

"Shadow Wolf," a short story by Lina Kim, 10, written in Writing Workshop #34: Magical Realism

"The Finish Line," a short story by Enni Harlan, 14, written in Writing Workshop #37: Antiheroes

"What And Is," a poem by Anya Geist, 14, written in Writing Workshop #31: Chance Operations for Fun, Challenge, & a Different Kind of Expression

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