2012/2013 Issue

Skylight is an online literary journal founded by Trinity Preparatory School creative writing workshop students in 2012. It is associated with the Trinity Literary Society under English teachers Susan Lilley and Robert Boerth. We aim to showcase Trinity’s literary and artistic talent in an accessible way, and to encourage and celebrate creativity.

Featured Poet: Richelle Burke
A Myocardial Infarction in the Key of D
AI, AL, Catherine Frederick
From the Diary of Mrs. Pig III,
 Carson Cooper
Neil Armstrong and Whitney Houston in Heaven, Carson Cooper
Tinker Bell at 2 A.M., Elena Klein
Steinhatchee, FLElena Klein
Waiting for the SystemJake Bentley
ObituaryAnna Sephton
Sweet Lips, TennesseeAnna Sephton
Pavo, GeorgiaJake Bentley
Purple FashionBen French
Nowhere, ColoradoBen French
In Hope of ProtectionAlexa Harris
In OrlandoPaxton Fleming
Day (Villanelle)Paxton Fleming
OrangesPaxton Fleming
Sleeping Beauty, AsleepLeanne Van Allen
Daisy BuchananMikhaila Crag-Chaderton
The Other SideCatherine Frederick
Late Summer Haiku
An ode to real love, Emma Cohn



Featured Fiction Writer: Jake Bentley
The Glen Haven Memorial

The Bank, Paxton Fleming
Iron PenZach Kobrin
Wave, Timothy Reynolds
Tractor Races, Chase Everett


You Never KnowJohnny Evans
A Future Music Student’s School Day, Chris Robinson
Playlist for the Home Stretch, Kiley Rossetter


Elena Klein interviews Ken Waldman


Allison Vittes
Paige McKenzie
Jay White
Ian Taylor
Bo Starr
Winston Purkey

Featured Artist: Logan House


Featured Artist: Krystal Huang

Kelly Fahey
Rebecca Purkey
Madeleine Loftus
Ellie Claire Gordon
Robert Simms
Sam Millson
Havi Tran
Kelly Delgado
Jared Johnson
Lexie Garcia
Jeanne Amend


Nyarlathotep, Logan House
The One, Holly Mitchell

Music by The Detour
Three guys talk music, Nicholas Amend, Steven Garnett, Paxton Fleming

Flash Fiction Challenge

RedTeagan Hosbein
The Age of ManAyla Maugans

Flashlight challenge, Aaron Wladis

Review of ROOTLESS by Chris Howard,   Bradley Van Allen
With October, Kayla Peck

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