Golden Ink

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Golden Ink

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Eve Katz

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Eve Katz

Eve Katz

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Starting this year, Ms. Jordan’s creative writing students are creating a magazine where all students can submit entries individually to be published.

“[The school] often focuses mainly on athletics and [students] have more than that,” stated Summerville’s creative writing teacher Ms. Jordan, “So this gives students a creative outlet to express themselves.”

Golden Ink allows students to use different skills that they have never had the opportunity to show off before, which gives them great exposure. The school’s new magazine exposes student writers to more than what they may encounter when just writing at home.

Some student writers may be worried about how the rest of their peers might react to their writings, but Mrs. Jordan hopes this will not hinder the magazine’s applicants from submitting.

Giving students a safe place, surrounded by peers with similar interests to their own, can help students open up their mind to more ideas and creative prompts. With more creative prompts, writers can improve the view of their stories and add more content to upcoming stories. All in all, this helps them master their craft.

The magazine is focusing this years theme on ‘Hidden Truths’. They intend to create a new central theme each school year.

“We all have stories to tell and we have to be brave enough to tell them” continued Mrs. Jordan on this year’s theme of the magazine.

Through a story, a student can tell their audience about their daily struggles and bothers, which can be very therapeutic for them. Those hidden emotions can flow without being judged or flawed in any way.

A message to all Summerville student writers go out of your comfort zone and show the world what you’re capable of. Never back down from a challenge.

If you are interested and need more information, swing by Mrs. Jordan’s room: 223

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