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What Our Staff Are Saying
“I want to get to know you through task-based projects.”Sam Roberts
“One time I left my socks in my backpack for 5 years.”Alexandra Magel
“This one time scribendi made me famous. “
This coming Sunday, August 28, we are hosting a fundraiser for Scribendi at B2B, in Nob Hill! Join us from 12-9pm and Scribendi can get up to 25% of all food sales made during that time. Every food order counts! So please invite your friends, family, classmates, neighbors, mailpeople, and anyone else who might be interested in having a … Read More
Leah Bleich helped create the Open Media Staff Choice Award-winning BLOOM. Here, she answers some questions about herself and her piece. How do you feel about being published? I’m thrilled to have BLOOM published in Scribendi! It’s exciting to know that the film is being watched and enjoyed, and it makes the creative process even more worth it. What … Read More
“Wooden Head” is neither wooden, nor a head. Rather, it is a sculpture created by Ms. Olivia Comstock, a friendly Idahoan who is a freshman at the University of Idaho and who is studying microbiology and philosophy. Recently, I interviewed her to learn more about her, “Wooden Head” and what it means, how it was … Read More
When deliberating which literature piece deserved our Staff Choice Award, our staff faced a tough choice—we received so many good pieces! Of all of the literature pieces published, Dorothea Rosenblatt’s “To Tabitha—” stood out to us for many reasons. From the relatable emotions that arc through the five stanzas to the unique concrete images that transport the reader to … Read More
Josh Lane’s work, Life in Varanasi, won the WRHC Photography award. It is characterized by beautiful, saturated colors against the morbid scene of a funeral. This ceremony occurred when he was at the house of Raj, a shop owner in the city of Varanasi. He invited Josh to lunch with his family. As Josh approached, he … Read More
Aloe Corry created the WRHC Award-winning visual art piece “Appraisal.” Her photograph, “Pop,” was also published this year. Here, she answers some questions about herself and her work. What was your purpose when creating the work? My art practice stems from the idea of “dislocation,” which can be defined as the disruption of an established … Read More
Wino is the WRHC Open Media Award Winner for Scribendi‘s 2016 edition, created by graphic designer, photographer, and artist Kim Schneider. Wino tells the intimate, stop-motion animated story of a woman working to confront existential questions in her life with the help of tiny figurine people and, of course, wine. The piece also serves as a music … Read More