My name is Salina Andrews-Henley and I am currently a student in Professor Sandra Dihlmann's English 272 class. During the class I wrote a five page memoir of my experiences when I first moved to Flagstaff. This is one of my most beloved pieces, one that I hope to develop into a full memoir someday. Thank you for your consideration.
I'm currently working toward a bachelor's degree in criminal justice, a field that I have already worked in for nearly a decade. I have two beautiful daughters, aged twelve and two. I'm happily married and enjoying the good life here in Flagstaff. I've been journaling and writing stories since I was about ten years old, but this is the first time I've ever submitted something I've written to a publication.
This is an poem i have done for an English class, It is ok and not to hard to read but its a fun poem and i think it could relate to alot of different people. I wrote it about a friend of mine that isnt the person to commit to anything especially a girl.
I would like to submit my essay for your consideration to your publication. I was a student during the 2009-2010 school years at CCC, and if you would like, can use this email in lieu of a waiver form. This piece is considered Literary Journalism, and was one of three major pieces required for my class.
The enclosed short story is for your consideration for publication in OnCourse, a publication for English students. I have named my short story "Dory" which has been a pet name of mine for some time now among family members. I am currrenly an English student in Ms. Lunday's creative writing class that is graduating Coconino Community College this month.
Attached please find a piece of Flash Fiction entitled "Reading is Fundamental." I wrote this story for Sandra Dihlman's creative writing course. A little bit about me: I am an older student who graduated from college many moons ago with an MA in Psychology. I work in the Behavioral Health field. I live in Flagstaff with my dog Stetson, and my cat Sebastian. I took this course because I wanted to see if I had any talent for writing fiction. This course has increased my confidence with my writing tenfold, and it's been an excellent investment of my time.
I have attached a document entitled "Feng Shui 101" for consideration to be published in On Course. This is a piece I wrote for Sandra Dihlmann's "Eng 272" Creative Nonfiction course at CCC. It represents an example of "literary journalism"
I am an NAU Alumni (class of 2008) with a degree in
Biology. I am a veterinary technician here in Flagstaff and am
working on getting into veterinary school. I don’t have much writing
experience, but Sandra’s class, ENG 272, really helped open me up and I produced
some work that I was pretty proud of. I hope that you might consider
publishing this story in your magazine.
I would like to submit my manuscript, Servant Leadership to your agency. Servant Leadership is a story about my time spent in jail and prison. It is a literary journalism piece that recounts my steps I’ve taken to change my circumstances. I believe it tells a story beyond the stereotypes that we often see the media portray women in prison.
My name is Mimi Sloan. I have seen many things from many different perspectives. As a writer I push, pull and claw at words to describe the many things that I’ve seen. Many times my writing is emotionally charged because I think that’s what breathes life into it. It may also be just how I approach life, with full force. I love art, music, and family.
My name is Tierra Leonard. I attended CCC to finish my college degree in biology this past spring. I wrote what I did because it was an event in my life that will truly stay with me forever. I felt emotions over it that I had never felt before and, honestly, hope to never feel again. Writing about my troubles and secrets helps me find closure, and writing this piece definitely helped me there. Thank you for giving my piece the honor of being on the OnCourse site, I'm really glad people are enjoying it.
I wrote this because it was for a class that I was taking at the time. We had to submit it to a publication source.
My name is Alayna Contreras and I am a psychology major at CCC. I wrote "Simple Living" as a reflection of my past in hopes that it may bring light to others who may be experiencing similar hardships in their lives. It is my honest beleif that we experience the things we do so that we can help others.