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The student-run literary magazine of Arlington Catholic. The magazine features student writing ranging from short stories to college essays and poems. It also includes artwork and photography created by students.
The title of the magazine has its roots in Marianne Moore's Poetry, in which she describes the goal of a writer as the creation of "imaginary gardens with real toads in them."
The staff of the magazine will hold a meeting every Thursday after school in Mrs. Dever's room, 313. All submissions should be sent following the instructions on the home page. They will be subject to review by the students working with the magazine before they are approved and published.
1. To submit digital copies of artwork, poetry or prose, attach your piece to an email and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. To submit a hard copy of artwork, poetry or prose, give your material to Ms. Thiel or your English teacher. You may also drop off your submission in 313 with Mrs. Dever or place your piece in the folder attached to the “Imaginary Gardens” bulletin board outside of room 205.
3. Be sure to review the submission guidelines below:
Literary must be 1,000 words or less. There is no minimum word count.