Parallax Online!

November 2, 2011 at 6:41 pm Leave a comment

Parallax, the literary journal produced by the creative writing department, is proud to announce the launch of its online component, a companion to the print journal. The print journal, which has been running for fifteen years, features writing from high school students in IAA’s Creative Writing department. In addition, it showcases artwork from IAAs Visual Arts department.

With the help of alum David Shook, editor of the World Literature blog Molossus, and Brian Hewes, Director of Digital Media and Marketing at Los Angeles Review of Books (LARB), the editors of Parallax (Whitney Aviles-Low, Editor in Chief; Becky Joy Hirsch, Junior Editor; Scarlett McCarthy, Fiction Editor; Rebecca Cox, Poetry Editor; and Isaac Dwyer, Dramatic Writing Editor) designed and launched Parallax Online in order to reach an international audience.

The goal of the Parallax Online Literary Magazine is to champion serious high school writing, providing a springboard for high school writers into the professional writing community. It is currently accepting submissions from high school students around the world.

Working on developing the website was a tedious, yet extremely rewarding, experience. The mentors, David Shook and Brian Hewes, were incredibly helpful with both designing the website and creating an amusing classroom experience. With David’s assistance, editors of the journal and students of the publishing class have been put in touch with upcoming authors for interviews, including John Worley, Maile Maloy, Susie Wild, and the translator of Haruki Murakami’s IQ84, Philip Gabriel. Brian’s mere presence seemed to make everything on the technical side just work—and with profound results.

We look forward to receiving submissions!

The website, although still under construction, can be viewed here:

Submitted by Isaac Dwyer and Becky Hirsh

Entry filed under: Music Stuff.

Music in the Meadow via Ustream Idyllwild Arts Students Participate in Pacific Inland Ballet’s “The Nutcracker” By: Madison Marlow, Student Body President and member of IAA Dance Department

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