Thursday, May 7, 2009

Attention, students — Wren's Nest Publishing Co. deadline is close

Posted By on Thu, May 7, 2009 at 11:40 PM

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The fine folks at the Wren's Nest are kicking off their summer literary escapade — the Wren's Nest Publishing Co. — and they're looking for some Atlanta-area high school students who want to learn about the wordsmithin' business.

What does the summer program offer? From the site:

Each summer, high school students at the Wren’s Nest create a literary journal to be published and sold exclusively at the Decatur Book Festival.

All editorial decisions regarding the journal are made by the 6 - 8 brilliant editors who work with us throughout the summer. They learn about about writing, editing, publishing, and being awesome from professionals in the print industry.

All of the short stories, essays, and artwork in the journal are contributed by Atlanta-area students. The program is free and competitive.

Previous summer programs included field trips to Paste and the AJC. If you or someone you know might be interested in the program, check out the museum's information page. The deadline to apply for the program is May 10. If you're interested in submitting writing or artwork for publication in the museum's literary review Vernacular, details are on the information page as well. Deadline for submissions is June 14.

(Courtesy Wren's Nest Publishing Co.)

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