Where Am I? Student Anthology

The Island Institute's Sitka Story Lab program released this new book of Southeast Alaskan student writing in May 2016.
 
Called Where Am I?: Stories of Strange Landscapes, Wrong Turns, and New Worlds, the anthology features fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and zany creative experiments that convey the disorientation and the discovery that young people experience, from being in the wilderness to simply growing up. The young writers come from Sitka, Hoonah, Haines, Wrangell, and Skagway, and are as young as nine years old and as old as eighteen.
 
"The writing ranges from fantastic and playful to emotionally moving and dark," said Story Lab Coordinator Sarah Swong. "I'm impressed at how creative and varied these writings are, and at how open students were to feedback and improving their work."
 
The project offered students the chance to write a piece for publication and to hone their writing with an editor. 

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Where Am I? Stories of Strange Landscapes, Wrong Turns, and New Worlds (includes shipping)
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