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Aspects Literary Magazine

Sean Tomasetto, Staff Writer

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The Aspects Literary Magazine is a collection of poetry, short stories, artwork, photos and works of other mediums that are written and edited by students. The magazine takes submissions from all grades and encourages different styles and viewpoints relating to a different theme each year, the theme this year being ‘Holding On and Letting Go’.

The magazine hopes to promote artistic talent at school, and aims to collect submissions from a wide variety of mediums that fit the theme, and are aesthetically pleasing. Time is taken by the student editors to ensure quality and a wide range of material for the publication.

“The editors all have a say to what goes in.” Student editor Mady Engelman says. The magazine is almost completely student-made, with the editing, writing and layout all done by the student editors. The only thing that they don’t do is publish it. “We’re always looking for new editors,” Mady continues. “You don’t have to be an editor to submit, and we take anonymous submissions.” Mady hopes to create an open mic night/poetry slam in mid-April where students can also showcase their creativity.

Students are needed to help design the layout and other features of the magazine, and submissions are still being accepted. For anybody who wants to take part in editing the publication, or anybody interested in showing off their talent by submitting to the magazine, it is encouraged that you look into the Aspects Literary Magazine. For more information, email [email protected] or [email protected].

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2 Responses to “Aspects Literary Magazine”

  1. Anastashia (Anya) Alinea on July 17th, 2018 11:42 am

    Hi there, I’m Anastashia Alinea from Voorhees. I’m a rising high school senior, and I was going through my old school documents and your name came up. I remember going to elementary school with a Sean Tomasetto, and considering how geographically close we are, I was wondering if that was you.
    Sorry if I have the wrong person, or if there was a better way to contact you! Maybe we could catch up sometime. Have a good day.

  2. adviser on February 1st, 2019 2:44 pm

    Hello, this is Sean! When I lived in Voorhees, I used to go to Osage Elementary School for a couple years before I moved to Cherry Hill and enrolled in Clara Barton. I never actually kept a yearbook of when I used to go there, and I haven’t spoken to anyone from there since, so if you did go there with me, you’d be the very first old classmate I’ve ever spoken to since moving!

    My email is [email protected] if you were interested in catching up. Have a good day!

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