Art and literary magazine gets top accolades
Clark College’s art and literary magazine received top honors from national organizations, the first time in recent memory that literary work from Phoenix has been honored with such an award.
The American Scholastic Press Association awarded Phoenix two honors: First Place in their annual magazine competition and Best Story for Elisha Feliciano’s “Cold.”
Additionally, Phoenix also won third place in the Community College Humanities Association literary magazine competition. It is also the first time in several years Phoenix has received an award from this organization.
Phoenix is a student run and produced art and literary magazine. It is made possible through the funding from Associated Students of Clark College and the collaborative efforts of Kathrena Halsinger in the Art department and Elizabeth Donley in the English department.