Selected for publication in English Alive

On August 13th, 2013, posted in: Academic, Achievement, English, Featured, News by

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We were delighted to hear that the work of two of our students was selected for publication in the prestigious magazine, English Alive. This anthology of writing from high schools and secondary colleges in southern Africa is published annually and has been every year 1967.  Many students who submitted to English Alive have become professional writers, including Jeremy Cronin, Henrietta Rose-Innes, Nadia Davids, Shaun Johnson and Wynberg past pupil, Karen Jennings, who just last year published her first novel, Finding Soutbek and who has won a number of awards for her short story writing.

The pieces written by Wynberg girls which have been selected by the editorial committee of English Alive for publication in the 2013 edition include  

Why I write by Aqeelah Idas

and

The magic box by Kathryn Ross

Congratulations to these girls on this achievement.