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Sondrine Blusk, '21

Sondrine Blusk, '21
Sondrine Blusk spends her time writing a variety of genres and mediums, from fiction books and short stories, to essays, to articles, as well as poems, depicting current day issues in society. These issues include social inequality, global warming, and economic/political/social problems in other, struggling countries. She started to explore her interest in both fiction and nonfiction writing (though mostly leaning towards fiction) in sixth grade, and she hasn’t turned back since, often submitting to writing contests and publications, including JD’s Rambunctious Literary Magazine and Scholastic Art & Writing Awards contest (she won a silver key). Sondrine lives with her mother, father, and two pets—a dog and cat—in a peaceful neighborhood in Dewitt, typing away on her laptop whenever she gets the chance.

Local Novelist Isabel Sterling Visits J-DHS

On October 11th, up and coming local author, Isabel Sterling, author of These Witches Don’t Burn, visited J-DHS to talk about her writing...

Novelist Brendan Kiely Tackles Today’s Most Pressing Social Issues

with permission from brendankiely.com Who is Brendan Kiely? Brendan Kiely, a realistic fiction, young adult writer, is famous for the works he has written -...

Interview With Visiting Author Brendan Kiely

This March, I had the amazing opportunity to interview award-winning author, Brendan Kiely, following his second presentation to students. For forty-five minutes, we sat in the JDHS library and talked about his...

A List of Cages: The Final Stand Between Love and Hate

The realistic fiction book A List of Cages by Robin Roe is a one-of-a-kind novel full of amazing detail and figurative language so powerful it will put you in the main character's...