Paw Prints : McNally’s Literary Magazine

Paw Prints:  McNally’s Literary Magazine

orange-tiger-paw-printMcNally’s Lit Mag, Paw Prints produced its first copy in May.

The lit mag features the creative writing of you–McNally students.

The theme for the upcoming edition is “What Matters Most”. This open ended theme can be interpreted in a variety of ways!  Chances are if you’re writing about a topic it is because it matters.

Students are welcome to submit their writing:  six word memoirs, twitter fiction, micro-fiction, poetry, found poetry, black-out poetry, short stories, essays, and rants.

Oh yes, we also accept writing in other languages.

You are also welcome to submit images of your artwork too.

PS : We are collaborating with McNally Art Club

Submission is as easy as emailing:

Meetings are held every Thursday in room 210 ~ Ms Zajdler’s room 🙂

Writing workshops are held weekly on a variety of forms.  Meeting attendance is optional.  Come out if a workshop interests you or if you want to be a part of the editorial and design team.

This year we would like to submit the lit magazine to the National Council of Teachers of English for a formal evaluation.

Let’s go Tigers!


About J.V. Tomas

| Pray | Love | Study | Travel | Adventure | Blog | Photography | That's JV's life! Juliver Tomas completed his final year as a full International Baccalaureate student at McNally High School this year (2014). He was the Editor-in-Chief of the official student publication of his previous school, Dorganda High School, back in the Philippines. However, they used "Filipino" as the main medium of their publication that is why expect grammatical errors or "carabao English" on this blog (He is improving his vocab tho). He was also the Editor-in-chief of the school magazine of McNally High School - the McNally Tiger Magazine. He attended various press conferences and competitions. He won the Journalist of the Year award at their school and was the Valedictorian of his class (Class of 2012). He is looking forward to be a Doctor someday and is planning to take a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences at the University of Alberta next fall. He is currently a World Vision Ambassador and a part of the Red Cross Youth Leaders (RCYL) in Edmonton. He is really engaged in any activities. He loves Sciences, Journalism and Social Justice/Human Rights. He believes in the saying that "Teamwork Makes The Dreamwork"

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