Pegasus Literary Arts Magazine reviews submissions

The Pegasus Literary Arts Magazine is working towards publication. Staff members met yesterday afternoon to review poetry and art submissions.
The magazine was created over 25 years ago as an outlet for students to publish their creative work and is advised by English teacher David Robinson.
Pegasus has received about 40 submissions total, but would like to receive about 35 more. Students can submit poetry, prose, and artwork for a variety of reasons, but work will not necessarily be published.
“It can give people more confidence to have their work published,” said Senior and Selection Editor Taylor Beck. “When somebody submits their work, it can be seen and enjoyed by hundreds of people.”
In the next month, editors will choose a cover and theme for this year’s issue and finalize its pages. The magazine should be published in late April or early May.

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