The Publishing Club produced a professional, self-published collection of student memoirs. Covering topics from the power of the arts to the effects of abuse, from journeys of faith to chronicles of friendship, these collections remind adult and teen readers alike to look beyond the friends, the classmates, the students, or the children we think we know, and listen to their voices.



Enhancing Wikipedia–and Learning.” Blog by Cathy Davidson in the Durham Herald-Sun about DSA students writing Wikipedia pages in 2010.

Going on 15 at Strong Durham Schools. November 2010

“Book speaks language of today’s 14 year-olds,” Matthew Milliken for The Durham News. May 15, 2011.

“Lives go literary,” Matthew Milliken for The Durham News. May 15, 2011.

“Judging a book by its teen authors,” Melody Guyton Butts for The Durham Herald Sun. May 15, 2011.

“The secret lives of teenagers,” Alexis McKenney, Joanna Ehrisman, Georgia Marion-Spencer, Diana Honeycutt, and Alethia Orbih, guest columnists for The Durham News. September 28, 2011.

“Students write memoir,” Matt Phillips for The NCCU Campus Echo. October 6, 2011.


Ms. Garvoille’s Review of Go Set a Watchman