Are you a writer? An artist? Do you want to publish your work?
Join Expressions Literary Magazine! We meet after school on Thursdays from 2:20 – 3:20.
Who are we?
Expressions, the Middletown High School literary magazine, is an annual publication produced by a staff of students. The magazine exists as a place where writers and artists can find an audience for their work beyond the English and Art classrooms.
What do we do?
The Expressions Staff publishes an annual digital magazine of student work including poetry, fiction, essays, photography, drawings, paintings, and graphic designs, and other genres. We strive to publish work from a wide range of MHS students, regardless of grade level.
All work must be original; no fan fiction can be published.
You must put your full name on your work; we will not publish anonymous writing.
Please keep stories to 10 pages or less so that we have time to read and evaluate your work.
All work must be able to be represented in a digital format; see if you can scan in any drawings or paintings to submit.
You may take pictures of any art that cannot be scanned into a computer.
You must put your full name on your work; we will not publish anonymous artwork.
How To Submit
Option 1: You can save submissions to the Shared Drive.
Go to “High School”
Select “Expressions Literary Magazine” and save your work to the drive
Option 2: You can email the Expressions Staff and attach your work to the email
Compose an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attach your work as you would any other attachment.
Option 3: You can turn your work into Mrs. Fox (Ms. Kowalsky) in the library!