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What Our Staff Are Saying
“Wow this is def not a Nashville party.”Mia Coleman
“One time I left my socks in my backpack for 5 years.”Alexandra Magel
“Bring out the dancing lobsters!”Kimberly Mitchell
Selina Foster wrote the WRHC Award-winning poem “Imitations (for Alan Turing).” Here, she answers some questions about herself and her work. What is something a good friend would know about you, but an acquaintance wouldn’t? One of my favorite passions that I don’t get to talk about all that much is musical theatre. I’m not much … Read More
Tatiana Olivera is an English student at CSU Stanislaus. This year, her piece “Just Believe” won the WRHC nonfiction award. To get to know our award winning author, I interviewed her about her story and her creative process. What encouraged you to submit this piece to Scribendi? I have submitted to Scribendi in the past and … Read More
Scribendi interviewed Diane Chavez, a creative writer and student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She is the author of this year’s WRHC Fiction Award Winner, “The Caves.” Here are some of her answers concerning the creation of “The Caves.” What inspired you to write “The Caves”? I was inspired to write this particular … Read More
This past week, our fearless editors both present and future traveled to Riverside, California for the annual Western Regional Honors Council (WRHC) Conference. Our current Editor in Chief, Caitlin Carcerano, led a fifty-minute panel outlining the trials, tribulations, and ultimate triumphs of publishing Open Media in a paper magazine, a process Scribendi proudly launched in our 2011 edition. … Read More
But our work is not done yet! As we get closer to our openings (more on these later!), the staff continues to work hard on the digital edition, the 30th anniversary insert, and planning our openings. Another exciting thing that the staff will be doing is redesigning our website! Soon, we will have a new, … Read More
It’s magazine makin’ season! Over break, each staff member designed a potential cover for the magazine. Within the first couple weeks of the semester we narrowed our choices down to eight potential covers. We have far too many talented designers on staff (lucky for us), so it was mildly heartbreaking for everyone to have to … Read More
The Scribendi staff would like to thank everyone who submitted this year! We have tentatively decided what will be published in 2016. In this blog post, I will describe the review process. First, we read. Over the course of the last month, all three editors and all eleven staffers each read the 127 poems, fifty-two … Read More