Lit mag staff prepares for first issue of inkstained

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Lit mag staff prepares for first issue of inkstained

Using guidelines from the Mississippi Scholastic Press Association, Nada Herzallah, from left, Paige Brick, Nadia Sumlar and Kris Randle select entries for inkstained, CHHS's literary magazine. The theme of this year's issue is Inside My Head.

Using guidelines from the Mississippi Scholastic Press Association, Nada Herzallah, from left, Paige Brick, Nadia Sumlar and Kris Randle select entries for inkstained, CHHS's literary magazine. The theme of this year's issue is Inside My Head.

Photo by Sarah Claire Miller

Using guidelines from the Mississippi Scholastic Press Association, Nada Herzallah, from left, Paige Brick, Nadia Sumlar and Kris Randle select entries for inkstained, CHHS's literary magazine. The theme of this year's issue is Inside My Head.

Photo by Sarah Claire Miller

Photo by Sarah Claire Miller

Using guidelines from the Mississippi Scholastic Press Association, Nada Herzallah, from left, Paige Brick, Nadia Sumlar and Kris Randle select entries for inkstained, CHHS's literary magazine. The theme of this year's issue is Inside My Head.

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Members of the lit mag staff have been working on the first issue of inkstained, which will be published soon. The theme is Inside My Head.