Literary Magazine: Get Ready to Submit Your Imagination Through Art and Writing


From left to right: Haylie Shifflett, Alexey Chipps, Corinne Schaefer, and Sabrina Abbott

Literary Magazine is the publication that represents the art and writing talents of students at FPCHS, and is now ready for student submissions.

To submit your writings or art send an email to FPCpawNink@gmail.com with the title of the piece, your name, and grade. You can submit as many pieces as you would like, but the writing pieces can be a maximum of 2000 words. If you wish to submit offline, you can get a paper entry form from either the Media Center or Mrs. Corinne Schaefer’s room (Portable 6) at the i3 Academy.

Around late April or early May there will be printed copies of the magazine offered for free. The printed copy will be around 25-35 pages, so get submissions in quick to assure a place in the book. In the beginning of May, there will be a celebration Coffee House with food and drinks for the unveiling of this year’s Literary Magazine. This will take place at the Media Center in FPC for anyone who wants to go.

If you have any questions about submitting or what to submit, you can send an email to the Paw ‘N Ink and they will get back to you. Also, check out the website to learn more about what the magazine is and to see the latest updates at https://fpcpawnink.blog!

Mrs. Schaefer, the teacher running the magazine this year explained, “The magazine is an excellent way for students to be recognized for their artistic talents and writing abilities. It is a way to share their artwork or writing with the student population and other schools in the state.”

“I have always loved to write. It is way easier to get my feelings and ideas down on paper then by saying them. I go to another world when I read stories and I want to help other people do the same. That’s why I love working on literary magazine,” Haylie Shifflett, a senior at FPC helping run the magazine stated.

Sabrina Abbott, a sophomore at FPC who is also working on the magazine said, “I think this magazine will be super fun, as long as a lot of students submit to it. I love working on it!”