Students Celebrate Becoming Published Authors

Four of our Find Your Voice classes celebrated the release of their books last week. Students in our South Sacramento, Carmichael and Vacaville classes are now published authors.

The Find Your Voice writing class is a partnership between Visions In Education and 916 Ink. This program is designed to manifest a creative, but safe environment for teens to discover themselves as writers. Students have the opportunity to study and write fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction in the course. Each class culminates with the publication of a book in partnership with 916 Ink.

Each class participates in a book reading and reception to celebrate their work. Visit our Facebook page to see photos of the events. We also have videos of the South Sacramento book release party available on our YouTube channel.

Fun fact: Students from the South Sacramento high school class were filmed for KVIE’s Rob on the Road! They’ll be featured on an episode scheduled to air on March 20.

The latest books from our student authors will be available for purchase soon on 916 Ink’s website.

Words ReignCarmichael middle school class
Wildfire WordsCarmichael high school class
Prisms of ProseVacaville middle school class
Voices of Thunder-South Sacramento high school class

Congratulations to all of our student authors!