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Book details
  • Genre:POETRY
  • SubGenre:Anthologies
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Polyphony Lit Literary Magazine
  • Series Number:2018
  • Pages:204
  • Paperback ISBN:9781543949179

Polyphony Lit: Issue 14 | 2018

The Best High School Writing from Around the Globe

by Polyphony Lit

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This is the annual print volume from Polyphony Lit of the best highs school writing from around the globe. In 2018, we received over 1,400 submissions of poetry, fiction and creative non-fiction. Our volunteer staff of over 150 student editors read and edited every submission we received. This is what they selected as the very best. This volume also contains the winners of the 2018 Claudia Ann Seaman Award for Young Writers.

Contributors to this volume: Britney Allen | Shridhar Athinarayanan | Peyton Bean | Maya Berardi | Aliyah Blattner | Averie Blue | Tess Buchanan | Riley Burke | Michelle Cai | Victoria Carl | Adriana Carter | Ana Chen | Sandra Chen | Dana Chiueh | Haemaru Chung | Jillian Clasky | Aniela Cohig | Vivian DeRosa | Dana Dykiel | Isabelle Edgar | Nadia Farjami | Sophie Feldman | Madeline Figas | Cia Gladden | Clio Hamilton | Maytreecia Harriell | Max Hunt | Loren James | Meenakshi Jani | Malaika John | Rukmini Kalamangalam | Lara Katz | Dante Kirkman | Tavie Kittredge | Blisse Kong | Jaidyn Lam | Yoojin (Eugene) Lee | Temima Levy | Nicole Li | Kouro- Maïram | Paul Michaud | Kaylin Moss | Ekemini Nkanta | Kathleen Noren | Ugonna Owoh | Maxwell Paik | Ritika Pansare | Nora Paul | Destiny Perkin | Claire Quan | Julian Riccobon | Alia Shaukat | Sophia Shelby | Ashira Shirali | Ben Sibul | Maia Siegel | Derek Song | Ella Spungen | Grace Tran | Grady Trexler | Nikki Velletri | Divya Venkatraman | Kaitlyn Von Behren | Krystal Yang | Grace Zhang | Adam Zhou Editorial Staff: Managing Editor Billy Lombardo; Editor-in-Chief Isabelle del Hierro; Co-Editor-in-Chief Rose Branson; Executive Editors: Olivia Baker, Marleigh Belsley, Lily Campbell, Emily Cho, Isabella Cho, Brianna Chou, Briannah Cook, Cameron Cozz, Dana Dykiel,, Maggie Eames, Kelly Farley, Sophia Feinerman, Joseph Felkers, Jessica Flohr, Amy Gersten, Cia Gladden, Anna Guzman, Hailey Hurd, Lara Katz, Robert Kelly, Pauline Paranikas, Stephanie Racker, Lauren Salzman, Grace Scullion, Lydia Sidrys, Georgia Souleles, Lucy Spahr; Genre Editors: Morgan Almasy, Kristen Altman, Alice Bolandhemat, Riley Borden, Kaela Brandt, Summer Crown, Josephine Daab, Kate Fawcett, MacKenzie Guynn, Emanne Khan, Julia Kinder, Morgan Kmety, Alec Kotler, Mari Kramer, Hyung Seo Lee, David Lee, Julia Maring, Jodie Meng, Grace Miller, Theodora Moldovan, Eva Nikitovic, Amanda Pyne, Julian Riccobon, I'deyah Ricketts, Noa Rosenberg, Josh Schlacter, Landon Smith, Rebecca Wanger, Katherine Williams, Karena Yan, Lily Zhou; plus First and Second Readers
About the author

Polyphony Lit is an international student-run literary magazine for high-school writers and editors. We invite high school students worldwide to submit to us and/or join us as editors. The distinguishing feature of Polyphony Lit is that our student editors provide editorial feedback to every single submission we receive. Founded in 2004, we have edited more than 15,000 submissions from 62 countries and all 50 states. We are homeschools and public schools, private schools and parochial schools. We publish an annual volume of the best writing we receive annually. Those published pieces are eligible for the Claudia Ann Seaman Awards for Young Writers. Distinguished guest judges each year select recipients for poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction awards. Workshops teaching the craft of literary editing are open to all high school students. Our online course will be released soon. Polyphony Lit is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.