Getting caught up with Gravity with Mrs. Grimm

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Getting caught up with Gravity with Mrs. Grimm

Jordan Ross '21, Reporter

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Q: What is it like sponsoring Gravity?

A: “I think it’s important that kids have a voice, that they leave this legacy behind with their work printed so it’ll always be there. I like being a part of it, I love words, I love reading what kids write and just being a part of that.”

 

Q: How frequently do students submit art?

A: “We’ve got a ton of stuff actually, I would love more art. More essays. More creative writing, I got a ton of poetry, which is great. In the beginning, I had a lot, and now it’s kinda dwindled a little bit.”

 

Q: Anything that stood out to you?
A: “Some of it is pretty deep. One of the short stories, one of the girls who read it started crying. The poetry I think is amazing, some that are just fun.”

Q: How do you decide what’s going in the magazine?

A: “Pretty much if you give it to us, we’re gonna find a way to put it in there, we’ll try to edit it in some way, shape, or form. We have a release form that a parent has to sign and students sign.”

 

Q: Where does the magazine go, how would someone get one?
A: “Our publication date is some time in April, and then we’ll be selling them. I’ll be selling some from my room, I’ll ask the Gantry to sell them, we’re going to put them out in the community. So at Ram’s Horn and certain places, you’ll be able to walk in and have it.”

 

Q: What’s the deadline?

A: “We haven’t set one yet, I can imagine we’ll be working right up to the last minute. So soon for sure. Sometime at the end of February?”