Erin: The Literary Magazine of St. Michael's (By Dr. Deanna Trakas, English Instructor)

As sponsor for the Erin: The Literary Magazine of St. Michael's Catholic Academy (online version), I am proud to announce the publication of this year's work. The magazine contains student-generated and student-selected poetry, short stories, essays, and art. It is named in honor of Erin Crowley, a student-writer who passed away during her time at St. Michael's, and it seeks to keep her memory alive. The magazine is also available as a PDF from this link.
 
Editor-in-chief Hannah Haas has put in formidable efforts to run the magazine this year. Her introductory letter, which can be found in the first page, describes the selections perfectly. Thank you for your work this year, Hannah! 
 
The magazine has also been a labor of love for the co-editor and editorial board, kind student servant-leaders all: Kate Brady, Caverlee Dahill, Amaris Garza, Emily Lewis, McKay Trulove. I am so grateful to all of these lovely and dynamic young women for keeping our literary culture thriving! 
 
Thank you, too, to all of the student-authors and artists who submitted their work, and to you, kind readers, who I hope will relish, ponder, and discuss what you find in Erin
 
Warm regards,
Dr. Deann Trakas
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