Epiphany Literary Magazine is a safe space for students at Franklin High School to share their creativity.
Submissions of various formats are welcome. This includes, but is not limited to: original poems, spoken word pieces, raps, songs, fiction, short stories, essays, non-fiction, plays, excerpts of novels, art, photography, videography, films of all kinds, and more.
Epiphany members, as well as Poetry Today, CEP English 12, and other FHS English class students, engage with YA Lit Author Lexa Hillyer during her visit to FHS in 2019 .
Epiphany members, as well as chaperones, took some creative photos at the 2018 Dodge Poetry Festival.
Hannah Sinnung, Editor-in-Chief
Isaiah Mosley-Aviles, Managing Editor
Taylor Hoyte, Director of Publicity and Outreach
Sophia Des Vignes
Joselyn Perez Valdez
Jhordanna Gutierrez Perez
Nana Yaa Antwi
Ms. Barbour is a former English teacher at FHS, where she taught World Literature and CEP English 12, and the Poetry Today Elective. We have Ms. Barbour to thank for bringing Epiphany online and building it into what it is today.
The current advisor for Epiphany and the FHS Literary Club, Mr. DiMarco is also an English teacher at FHS, where he teaches World Literature and AP Language and Composition, and the Speech and Debate elective. He was honored to be named FHS Teacher of the Year for the 2020-2021 school year.