Downloadable Pdf Editor’s note Acknowledgements Contributors: Amanda Robinette Family Tree fish bowl Stages of a Butterfly Anishka Duggal Subjugation Mother’s Disease Sleeping Patterns Explaining the Marangoni Effect Father Tells Me Duet in Five Haiku Ella Cao Airports Emmarie Paxton 2009: Juneau Ct. Stink bugs in october Vermillion Hazel Byers muse Ishita Sharma Let it snow … Continue reading Third Issue of Manuscription Magazine
We're looking for new works and contributors for our June/July edition. Remember - we're interested in anything you have, whether it be fiction, non-fiction, journalism and reviews, art, anything! You can check out our other issues for inspiration Our submittable page will be open until March 15, 2020, so check it out if you're interested. … Continue reading We’re open for submissions!
We’d like to thank our generous mentors, who worked with the contributors to produce the best quality work that they could. Clare Gallagher Helen Harrison Catherine Norris Julie Egdell Kathryn Clark Sam Murphy Belinda Hilton Josephine Greenland Lynda Nash Jennie Owen Thank you so much for your support and valuable feedback! If you … Continue reading Acknowledgements
Welcome to the third edition of Manuscription! We started Manuscription specifically for creative people who are 18 and under. It is an opportunity for young people to have get their voices heard and get experience in publication, as well as get excellent feedback and mentoring from older, more experienced practitioners. We wanted to help young … Continue reading Editor’s note
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Bio: Vasi Bjeletich is a 17-year-old writer from a small town in Texas. In her free time, she follows artistic pursuits such as painting and photography in addition to writing. Editor’s note: Vasi is not just playing with language – she is playing with the structure of the words on the page, guiding the reader’s … Continue reading Vasi Bjeletich
Bio: Caroline Jones is a 15-year-old Canadian girl living in the US who loves reading, writing, and listening to Broadway music. Editor’s note: Caroline’s flash fiction has all the components of good work: scene, action and surprise. Her excellent imagery and gentle implication speaks volumes – which is perfect for this form. The reader is … Continue reading Caroline Jones