Enloe's 'Stone Soup' literary mag earns honor

February 3, 2013 

The N.C. Literary and Historical Association honored Enloe High School’s literary magazine with a student publication award at its annual meeting.

“Stone Soup” won the first-place prize from the group, which also presents the annual N.C. Book Awards.

The magazine at the Raleigh school publishes student-submitted prose, poetry, photography and other other artwork in one edition each spring.

Leading the “Stone Soup” staff that produced the edition honored by the association were chief editor Ruby Au, poetry editors Tirza Thebert and Savannah Fitzpatrick, prose editors Mary McLean and Nora Gardner, art editors Veronica Nawojczyk and Tia Campbell and publicity editors Raygene Parks and Simone Branon.

In the middle school division, the student publication award winners were Raleigh’s Martin Middle School’s “Illusions” in first place and, in second place, “Cougar Voice” from Wake Forest-Rolesville Middle School.

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