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The Bellarion

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Reverie Launch Party!

The long-awaited launch of the school’s literary magazine is finally happening today.
Aubrey Klarman

Reverie’s 2022-2023 edition is finally out!

Today after school, from 2-3 pm in the Media Center, Mrs. Holly Olive & Mrs. Christin Orth will be hosting a launch party for the book publication. Anyone included in the book will be able to read aloud their work, eat some snacks, and talk about all of the work put into the book from the previous year. It’s a celebration to the former year, for all the hard work and time put into this edition.  

Excited to get your hands on a publication? English classes will be announcing the Reverie books after the launch. Each teacher should have about 30 copies! 

The Reverie Club has been a part of Bel Air High School for decades, a book that holds a collection of student created art, short stories and poems and showcases each student’s creative talent every year. It’s an amazing piece of BAHS history, as it highlights the trends and themes that every year at our school seems to hold.

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To join Reverie, make sure to stop by Orth’s room C301 on Tuesdays after school from 2-3 pm! During their meetings, Reverie will review student submitted pieces and leave comments, critique, and notes of appreciation for the student work – and they may be included in this year’s book! Interested in being a part of BAHs history? Submit your work to [email protected]! 

And finally, a short interview with one of the editors in chief, Aubrey Klarman: 

What was one of your favorite things about creating last year’s Reverie? 

KLARMAN: One of my favorite things about creating last year’s Reverie book was being able to read so many student submissions and put them all in one book. We had so many student submissions last year and it was just great to see all of that coming back from COVID. Just seeing how our school really came together again to create this book. There’s so many poems in this years book, and I’m just so excited for other people to be able to see the art and talent that the students in our school created. It just felt really special to have a big part in creating that. 

What are you looking forward to this year in Reverie? 

KLARMAN: I’m looking forward to seeing what people come up with. Because, I feel like it’s just so cool to see how creative people in our school are. They write things that I can’t even imagine. I think it’s just so special that once again I get to play a part in reading those poems, and the short stories, and seeing the photography, and the art – and putting it all together for everyone in our school to enjoy. I’m just so excited to be able to read it all once again. I’m just a small part of it!