Featured Student Publication
From the Inside Out: Letters to Young Men and Other Writings
This anthology of creative writing, introduced with a foreword by the poet Jimmy ...
Killing the Sky: Oral Histories from Horizon Academy, Rikers Island: Volume 2$14.95
by Horizon Academy Students 2005-06
Student-inmates of Rikers Island's high school, Horizon Academy, use the methodology of oral history to capture and reflect upon their life stories of personal struggle.
I Know I'm Not Me$14.95
by Students at the Harvey Milk High School in partnership with the MothSHOP Community Program 2008-09
LGBTQ students at NYC's Harvey Milk High School transform lyrical spoken-word pieces into compelling narratives about gender identity.
For Every Voice, A Different Truth: An Advisory Handbook by Tenth Grade Students at the Institute for Media and Writing at the Bayard Rustin Educational Complex$14.95
by Tenth Grade Students at the Institute for Media and Writing 2006-07
An advisory handbook written by high school students for students, exploring issues ranging from discrimination, drugs, and peer pressure to relationships and choosing the right college.
Coring the Apple: The Best of New York$11.95
by Eighth Grade Students at NYC Lab School 2001-02
A Zagats-inspired guide to the "Best-Of" New York City, by eighth grade cultural critics.
From the Inside Out: Letters to Young Men and Other Writings$20.0
by Students of creative writing class at MCF-Stillwater
This anthology of creative writing, introduced with a foreword by the poet Jimmy Santiago Baca, is a collection by incarcerated writers, many of whom are serving life sentences.
Smoke Signals: Oral Histories From Long Creek$11.95
by Long Creek Youth Development Center Students 2006-07
A compelling collection of oral histories of residents at the Long Creek Youth Detention Center in South Portland, Maine.
Turning the (Periodic) Table: Chemistry Regents Review Raps$15.95
by NYC Lab School Students 2007-08
Test prep takes on new meaning in this collection of rap songs (with CD) created by 10th grade students preparing for the Chemistry Regents exams.