Gut-wrenching true stories, intimate confessions and inventive fictional works can all be found in the pages of this year’s Harbinger, Stephens College’s literary journal.
The public can get a glimpse into that work when the student staff and contributors host a reading and reception at 6 p.m. on April 18 at the Vault II in the Tiger Hotel, 23 South 8th St. The event will showcase the fiction, poetry, nonfiction and interviews featured in this year’s edition, “Shadow Box.” The journal is composed entirely of student works and is edited and designed by students, as well.
"We are excited to see two semester's worth of work come together in this magazine,” said Emily Merchant, a senior who co-edited the magazine with Emily Collette, also graduating in May. “What better way to celebrate this magazine than with a party? We feel this is one of the strongest editions of Harbinger yet, and we encourage everyone to come get a copy and celebrate with us."
Everyone is welcome to join the free celebration and find out why Harbinger has been named Outstanding Literary Journal by Sigma Tau Delta, an international English honor society, a record four times. Hors d’oeuvres will be served and drink specials will be offered courtesy of the Vault. Copies of the magazine will be available for $6.
For more information, contact Kris Somerville at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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