Bishop's Upper School Literary Magazine Goes Live

Student members of the School’s literary magazine, Faultlines, work on this annual publication throughout the year, publishing at the close of the school year. This year’s magazine is now available online.

Dedicated to English department chair Clara Boyle, the 2020 edition was put together by editor Sabrina Webster ’21 and staff Lucie Edwards ’21, Sean Kim ’21, Alexandra Midler ’22, Kira Tran ’20 and Ariana Welsbie ’21.

Faculty advisor Adam Davis writes, “I proudly present this year's decidedly physically-distanced and unimpeachably excellent Fault Lines, a compendium of the very best writing, visual art and interviews to be sourced from our inexhaustible pool of upper school talent.
 
As ever, we'd give you the whole seat but you'll only need the edge. Enjoy!”
 
The publication features the written work of Matthew Ai ’20, Elise Watson ’22, Anjali Sethi ’22, Tobey Shim ’20, Lucie Edwards ’21, Abby Beamer ’21, Michael Zeng ’22, Lucy Liu ’22, Miles McInerney ’20, Daniel White ’21, Alani Camuro ’20, Bella Myer ’22 Sean Kim ’21, William Keefe ’23 and Elena Letourneau ’22; visual art was created by Ethan Chen ’21, Lucy Liu ’21, Michelle Wang ’22, Katelyn Wang ’23, Kira Tran ’20 and Jazmine Joseph ’23.
 
Congratulations to all who worked on and contributed to this year’s literary magazine!
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The Bishop’s School is an independent, coeducational college-preparatory day school for students in grades six through twelve who live throughout San Diego County. Founded in 1909, the School is affiliated with the Episcopal church.