Literary Magazine


Spark is the literary Magazine at Winnacunnet High School.

2022-23 Editors & Staff

Editor-in-Chief: Monique Baril '23

Managing Editor: Alexander Bailly '24

Director of Social Media: Camden David '25

Art Editor: Zach Peterson '24

Staff: Aōdhān Otterson '25

Submission Process

The Literary Magazine Staff encourages all students and staff members to submit their original work to Spark. If you would like to submit your work, please share it with us (us being on Google Apps. Photos of your artwork need to be high resolution. If we receive your work this way we understand your implicit permission for us to use it in Spark. Please do not submit work for others, encourage them to send it to us!

What We Do

The editors and staff reserve the right to choose which pieces will be selected for publication. The staff reads each submission as a group and decides whether or not to accept it. Art selections are chosen with consideration of a variety of styles and mediums.

How to Join

Membership - We welcome any WHS student to work on our staff. We meet every Friday from 2:30 to 3:30 in room E104. Much of the preparation of Spark can be done anywhere there is an Internet connection. Join our Google Classroom (code: 7eaiy5l). We can also be contacted through email at


Spark is a non-profit literary and art magazine published annually by Winnacunnet Publications - Literary Magazine. It is continuously funded by the WHS School Board. A copy of each edition is available on the Winnacunnet Website in pdf format in the LitMag Archives ( All rights revert back to the author or artist upon publication. Spark is published by Jostens and 200 copies are printed for distribution.

Please remember that the Winnacunnet High School Spark Literary Magazine is a student-run publication. As such, the ideas, opinions, and views expressed in Spark are not those of the Spark staff, the Winnacunnet High School Administration or the School Board. Additionally, many of the submissions in Spark are the product of a classroom assignment and may not reflect the views of the author. The intended audience of the Spark is high school-aged students and older due to possible sensitive material.

LitMag Archives

2023 Spark! - Editor-in-Chief Monique Baril '23

2022 Spark! - Editor-in-Chief Monique Baril '23

2021 Spark! - Editor-in-Chief Dash Piotrowski '21

2020 Totem - Staff Only

2019 Totem - Editor-in-Chief Thomas Prior '19

2018 Totem - Editor-in-Chief Grace Tiberia '18 (lost PDFs - working on recovery)

2017 Totem - Editor-in-Chief Grace Tiberia '18

2016 Totem - Editor-in-Chief Loryn Eagleson '16

2015 Totem - Editor-in-Chief Shannon O'Hara '15

2014 Totem Edition I - Edition II - Editor-in-Chief Shannon O'Hara '15

2013 Totem Edition I - Edition II - Editor-in-Chief Cameron Stetz '13

2012 Totem Edition 1 - Edition 2 - Editor-in-Chief Michael Legere '12

2011 Totem Edition 1 - Edition 2- Editor-in-Chief Michael Legere '12

2010 Totem Fall Edition - Edition 2 - Edition 3- Editor-in-Chief Nazia Shaikh '10

2009 Totem Fall Edition - Winter Edition - Summer Edition - Editor-in-Chief Laurel Weatherby '09

2008 Totem Fall Edition - Winter/Spring Edition - Spring/Summer Edition - Co-Editors-in-Chief Laurel Weatherby '09 & Casey Bradshaw '09

Pre Spark


Gathering of Voices

More to come...