Share Your Summer Creative Writing with “Working Title”
Summer isn’t over – don’t panic, Lawrentians! – but it’s not too soon to send your creative writing to “Working Title,” the School’s online literary magazine. “Working Title” seeks “any and all long-form writing. There are no word limits and we accept all genres,” according to Advisor Ian August.
Submissions for the fall issue being accepted now on a rolling basis and will be reviewed anonymously. All current Lawrenceville students are encouraged to submit their work.
For additional information, please contact Lisa M. Gillard Hanson, director of Public Relations, at email@example.com.
If English Master Enithie Hunter could meet any fictional character, who would she choose? What two items would she want to have on the proverbial desert island? (Hint: one has something to do with her role as an assistant cross country and track coach). All this and more, including a recipe!, in this week’s 5 Questions 4.
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