Student writing from Spring 2015 is on the shelves!
What does respect look like? It looks like a silent room, waiting for the answer to a question you don’t know. —Gio, age 10
Join us for the release of the 826 Quarterly!
Featuring the best of our student writing from the summer and fall of 2014, this issue contains a crocodile selling glitter and unicorns falling from the sky.
It‘s Not a Secret…Anymore!
On Monday, March 16, students, volunteers, and staff came together in the 826 Valencia Writing Lab to celebrate the release of the first chapbook to…
Winter warmer: new reading material from 826
“Who stands next to a bored teenage girl with a match?” Pick up a copy of The Day My Boots Exploded at the Pirate Supply Store to find out.
Hot off the press, another Valencia Bay-farer hits the shelves!
The young journalists read their articles to a packed house, reporting on the Charlie Hebdo attacks, police brutality in the U.S., the science of dreams, tornados, hoverboards, Keith Haring, private beaches, and the World Cup in Qatar.
Young Author’s Book Project underway at Mission High
Sixty-eight high school students work one-on-one with tutors to craft personal essays that will be published by 826 Valencia and sold in bookstores nationwide.
Check out freshly published writing from San Francisco students!
From Pizzaland to Immigration Reform to harnessing the power of the elements to first crushes, these kids have something to say.
January Volunteer of the Month
After graduating from graphic design intern to volunteer, Christine Herrin has designed the past two issues of the 826 Quarterly.
The 826 Quarterly, Volume 20, now available!
Pick up your copy in the Pirate Supply Store, on Valencia or online today!