Mother Seton’s Literary Magazine Wins National Award

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Pictured from left to right are Simran Johal of Carteret, Melissa Larson, Driftwood advisor, and Maria Clarice Chua of Edison (Photo by Joan Barron / Mother Seton)

Pictured from left to right are Simran Johal of Carteret, Melissa Larson, Driftwood advisor, and Maria Clarice Chua of Edison (Photo by Joan Barron / Mother Seton)

CLARK — The Literary magazine, Driftwood, published by Mother Seton Regional High School in Clark, was awarded first place in the annual American Scholastic Press Association Competition. This is the second consecutive year that Driftwood has won this award.

Mother Seton publishes Driftwood every May; the magazine comprises student-produced poetry, prose, artwork, and photography. Mother Seton students also handle all other aspects of putting together and publishing the literary magazine, including the editing process, layout, cover art, and everything else that goes between two covers.

The editors-in-chief of the 2010 – 2011 edition of Driftwood were Anudeep Grewal and Vivian Min; the other editors were Sheila Loesch, Simran Johal and Maria Clarice Chua. Advisor of the publication is Melissa Larson, an English teacher at Mother Seton.

 


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