Shadows Lit Mag 2019

Shadows Literary Magazine

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    Adviser: Ms. Hart, Lhart@ccusd93.net

    Club email: cshslitmag@ccusd93.net

    Meetings: Every Wednesday

    Room # 609 -- All meetings will be held on ZOOM until further notice

    Time: 3:30 to 4:30

    Zoom Link for Lit Mag Meetings: 

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/3308520495?pwd=UnpUYlJnVzM5THd3LzlRMEhnRW5XZz09

    Meeting ID: 330 852 0495 Passcode: 297374

    Description: Literary magazine publishes an annual magazine, filled with stories, poems and artwork by Cactus Shadows students. Club members solicit material from students, read submitted material, and choose the content of the magazine. Students also design and lay-out the magazine, research bids from printers, and then sell the magazine to students and the community.

    LITERARY MAGAZINE is entirely self-funded. If you are able to help in any way, please download the Sponsorship Agreement form on the document page and send your check to Lori Hart, Cactus Shadows Literary Magazine, P.O. Box 426, Cave Creek, AZ, 85327.

    Click here to see the latest issue of the magazine: Altered States

    The Cactus Shadows Literary Magazine is an award-winning publication!

    2018/19: Crown Award, Columbia Scholastic Press Assocation; Pacemaker Finalist, National Scholastic Press Association.

    2016/17: Pacemaker Award, National Scholastic Press Association.

    2015/16: Silver Crown, Columbia Scholastic Press Association; Pacemaker Finalist, National Scholastic Press Association.

    2014/15: Gold Crown, Columbia Scholastic Press Association; Pacemaker Finalist, National Scholastic Press Association.

    2013/14:  Gold Crown, Columbia Scholastic Press Association; All American Award, National Scholastic Press Association.

    2012/13:  Gold Crown, Columbia Scholastic Press Association;  Highest Award Rating from the National Council for Teachers of English.

    2011/12: Magazine Pacemaker Award, National Scholastic Press Association.

    2010/11: Gold Crown, Columbia Scholastic Press Association, All American, National Scholastic Press Association; Silver Medal Certificate from Columbia Scholastic Press Association; Highest Award Rating from the National Council for Teachers of English.