Call for submissions

The Haverhill High School Literary Magazine, thinker, is looking for submissions!

The editors of thinker are especially interested in student writing of all kinds … poetry, short stories and essays are all welcome. Teachers interested in supporting this call for student work, please announce this request for submissions in your classes. Art teachers, please be sure to label the artists’ names clearly on any art displayed in the school; the thinker staff photographs these works for inclusion in the lit mag.

In the LMC, we have been helping students research poetry, and some students have been writing elegies. Some students have been writing essays for college, while others have been putting together their arguments for raising or lowering the drinking age … … these are exactly the kinds of works that thinker needs to be a quality publication. All voices are welcome, and all forms of writing are considered.

In the past, some teachers have offered students extra credit or some other incentive for contributing a submission. In order for this to work, students must include their names, teacher’s name, and class. Only one submission per student should be given class credit to avoid problems.


is published twice a year; a winter issue in December and a spring issue in May. Last year, the editors of thinker also created a blog at, where anyone can view some of the student talent at HHS.

Submissions can be e-mailed to or handed in to Mr. T in the library.

Thank you for stopping by and see you all tomorrow.

© 2008 henry toromoreno

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born in brooklyn, raised in queens, massachusetts, that's where I be.
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