Still Waters, Brooks School’s literary magazine, has a fresh new look. Recently moved online from the old print edition, and sporting a new moniker, the journal has been wildly popular during the past two years. Now, Still Waters moves even farther into the 21st century while holding onto the feel of a more traditional literary journal.
Volume III, Issue 3 — In this issue,
along with our contest winners, check out short fiction from Lucas Galli, Brian Sutherlin and Rachel Feingold, memoir from Kate Davies and Suzanne Egertson, and poetry from Andrea Millard, Chapelle Johnson, Emily Shoemaker, Kenza Bouanane, Nicole Patch, Annie Payson and Serena Nickson. Also, check out the Still Waters
Interview with Kate Davies!
Six-Word Story Contest Winners
The myth is that Ernest Hemingway wrote the best six-word short story ever in response to a challenge from fellow writers: “For Sale: Baby shoes, never worn.” We challenged the students at Brooks to come up with their own six-word stories, and we were not disappointed. After reading almost 60 entries, congratulations to Sophie Hord, Erinn Lee, Rachel Feingold, Kyle Lawrence and Renu Mukherjee for their winning efforts! Read their stories in the current issue
, and thanks to all who entered!
|If you are a current Brooks student, learn how your work can be featured in an upcoming edition of Still Waters. |