“I” The Guy Creative Writing Camp

My Experience as a Summer Camp Counselor By Eshaan Mani Writing helps build bonds and make new friendships, while broadening our horizons and getting the creative juices flowing. iWrite’s “i” The Guy Creative Writing Summer Camp allows students in the 3rd and 4th grades to experience the magic of writing a story. I had theContinue reading ““I” The Guy Creative Writing Camp”

Spark by Alex Zhang: A Review by Eshaan Mani

Ladies and gentlemen, the wait is over… iWrite Youth Club member Alex Zhang’s book Spark is finally out! Spark is a young-adult science fiction novel which traces the journey of Jackson and his friends Wesley, Subulo, and Ruby. Spark is the first book in a triad under the label Ember.  Jackson and Wesley are justContinue reading “Spark by Alex Zhang: A Review by Eshaan Mani”

Pen and Paint Bringing the Community Together: How a Nonprofit is Spreading the Universal Language of Art in Houston

By Eshaan Mani             With the world being brought closer by social media, increased global mobility, and the ability to share knowledge with the tap of a key, America’s diversity is increasing, and a prime example of this is in the city of Houston. Houston welcomes more immigrants and refugees than any other city in theContinue reading “Pen and Paint Bringing the Community Together: How a Nonprofit is Spreading the Universal Language of Art in Houston”

The Problem on Maple Street

By Alyssa Reid             The screaming has finally stopped. As I cautiously turn my music down, I curse Nancy Jones from next door for having a pool party for her birthday.             Because some of us have summer reading.             Then again, she’s, like, ten. She doesn’t know about the wonders of ninth grade.             So far I’ve heardContinue reading “The Problem on Maple Street”