from the editors

Be Creative.

Submit a piece of your choosing to redinkmag@gmail.com on or before November 18, 2021. Winners of this competition will receive the recognition of their peers as well as a valuable prize.

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Spring Contest Winner Announced

Congratulations to our winner, Charmi Daas, for her submission, The Sweetest Kiss. We would also like to extend our congratulations to runners up Iris Xia and Andrew Ng for their submissions, The Queen of the Night and String Quartet no. 1.

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A Spring Letter From The Editor

Editor-in-Chief Jacob Landau, ’22 Sylvia Plath is said to have been a memorable soul—which should come as no surprise to anyone who has read The Bell Jar. 

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March Competition: Deadline Extended

The deadline for our March Competition has been extended to March 30th, 2021. Remember to submit to redinkmag@gmail.com before this deadline to participate. The winner will be announced on March 31st here. Email redinkmag@gmail.com with any questions.

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Submissions from our last competition!

Hello, WHS! As many of you may know, Red Ink is currently hosting a competition. In that spirit, we thought we would share some of our favorite submissions from our last competition.

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Transition contest

The Red Ink staff would like to once again extend our congratulations—this time to the winner of the Red Ink ‘Transition’ Contest! Throughout the school year Red Ink has planned this transition themed contest; we’ve received some of the best submissions yet. Although there were many deserving submissions, we had to crown only one winner, who was: Chloe Fang, ’23 with her poem titled “of auburn suns and frozen skies” Congratulations once again and thank you to all who participated!

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april fools’ contest winner

The Red Ink staff would like to extend our congratulations to the winner of the Red Ink April Fools’ Contest! For our viewers, over the past few weeks Red Ink has hosted an April Fools’ themed contest and we’ve received some of the best submissions yet. The winner is: Timothy Bonis, ’22 with his short story titled David and the Yak

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