Five Lessons J.R.R. Tolkien Taught Me about Fantasy Writing

Author: Paige Farnworth   _______________________________________________________________________ Anyone who knows me knows that J.R.R. Tolkien rocks my socks off. Author living or dead I’d most like to meet? Tolkien. Man whose writing I’d be

Writer’s Block: The Cause of Creative Constipation

Author: Andy Anderson Bio: Andy Anderson is a senior at Greenville College. He’s a double major in English and Communication, and has been the head content editor of The Scriblerus the last two

How NOT to Write Spoken Word Poetry

Author: Madeline Kohlberg Bio: Madeline Kohlberg is working on her first novel that didn’t transform into a short story, and has high hopes to be able to continue that trend up until its completion.


Author: Natalie Rae Mueller Grade: Freshman at Greenville College 1st place Live Arts Contest   Yellow They always paint nursing homes yellow. That yellow color of sunshine, or that new margerine

List of Contributors – May 2014

List of Contributors – May 2014 Fiction Haunted – Amy Solov Secrets of Eugene Onegin – Julia Fowler   Nonfiction Pictures in My Heart – Siqi Liu   Poetry Black and


Author: Amy Solov Grade 11 at Oliver Ames High School 1st place Live Arts Contest Haunted The haggard man sat cautiously on the plastic seat of the train. He had a

Winter Fishing

Artist: Aaron Long Title: Winter Fishing Grade 12 at Perryville High School 1st place Live Arts Contest ____________________________________________________________________


Author: Eliza Newman Year: Junior at USC 2nd place Live Arts Contest     Him   You fall in love Faster than a calendar changes pages It happens so over and

Secrets of the House

Author: Kaleigh DePetro Grade: 11th at Woodbridge Senior High School 2nd place Live Arts Contest     Secrets of the House   There are secrets in this house. I can feel