writing

Armknecht blends tones in urban fiction
Photo by James Moore ’16/ Illustration by Alec Vick ’15 – Graham Armknect ’18 said he writes urban fiction short stories using past decisions to  find inspiration. He hopes to continue to sharpen his story ideas. By AK Alilonu ’16  THE ROUNDUP  Graham Armknecht ’18 has a unique relationship with short story writing. His genre is urban fiction, which he describes as having “a modern-day setting with fantastical elements.” For…
Keating on writing: ‘It’s kind of a roller coaster’
By Cameron M. Bray ’16 THE ROUNDUP  Now writing “two to three pages a day,” Alex Keating ’14 said he began creative writing when he took Honors English II with Mr. John Damaso ’97. “It wasn’t really until Damaso’s class sophomore year that I gave writing a serious thought,” Keating said. “I’d always read a lot, but never really considered it until that class.” More specifically, Keating said it was…