The Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders

Letter From the Creative Writing Editor

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Dear Readers, 

My name is Camille Pfister and I am the Creative Writing Editor for the Polaris Press. Every one of us has a different story to tell and have amazing talents that deserve a spotlight. Stories are the heartbeat of our lives, and it is my mission to showcase them. 

In our Creative Writing section, you will find poems, essays, memoirs, and more- all submitted by the teachers and students of Ann Richards. We hope to receive your work, as well as your peers. In addition to the works of writing, I also hope to showcase your artwork, whether that is painting, drawing, computer design, or photography. It is your chance to get your work published, to showcase your skills, stories, and truths, and potentially win contests and prizes. 

To submit, you can email me, Camille Pfister, at [email protected], or [email protected] I will review the pieces and email you if you were chosen to be a part of our paper. Most people get in, however if there is a surplus of submissions, not all can be included. If you are not included, please submit for the next print edition or online in between our papers. Be proud of your work! 

Our paper values showcasing a variety of opinions, content, and points of view and our primary goal is to celebrate our diverse and intelligent campus to the fullest extent that we can. If you feel that you have visuals, stories or ideas that further our mission; please submit! I hope that you enjoy the first Creative Writing section of this school year and that your amazing work can find a home here this year!. 

Yours Truly, 

Camille Pfister 

Sophomore Camille Pfister is a co-creative writing editor for her second year writing on the Polaris Press. Writing has always been one of her passions. At the age of eight, Camille decided to start writing short stories and her experiences in a journal and hasn’t stopped since. Her favorite activities, other than writing, are spending time with her close group of friends, working on being an ally and advocate, and learning more about the world through her peers and their experiences, as well as be there to support them. As a part of the newspaper staff, she hopes to reach a bigger audience with her writing and learn more newspaper skills. Camille also hopes to expand her writing style and broaden her view of the world by staying updated on current events and reporting about important topics. Her biggest goal for the year is to grow as a writer and help the Polaris Press improve as a newspaper and community.

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