A Note from the Marble Collection

The Marble Collection, a statewide art & literature magazine featuring the work of Massachusetts high school students, wished for us to pass along the following:

Thank you for participating with The Marble Collection: Massachusetts High School Magazine of the Arts Winter 2013, which is set for release early next month! The Winter 2013 edition will showcase work from the below Burlington High School student(s):

Angela Venini
Billy Restivo
Christopher Coe
Irina Grigoryeva
Jake Ursino
Kylie Scott
Pablo Aguilar
Robert Davison
We encourage you to share this exciting news on your school’s website, social media sites and newsletters. TMC awards each published student one complimentary copy of the magazine; however, we still rely on subscription funds to keep this important magazine in circulation.

At this time, we’d like to invite you, fellow educators, parents, and the Burlington High School community at large to subscribe or purchase additional copies of the magazine (One-year subscription: $20.00; Single copy: $10.25). Please support Massachusetts’ promising authors & artists by forwarding this email along to help spread the word!

To order the Winter 2013 edition please visit:


Or by mailing a check payable to “The Marble Collection, Inc.” to the following address:

The Marble Collection, Inc.
202 Main Street
Lakeville, MA 02347
As mentioned previously on this website, Kylie Scott and Billy Restivo are having their original written pieces published, while the six other students have had artwork accepted for the upcoming edition. We wish to congratulate all of the students for their excellent work. The magazine is not easy to get into; the most recent edition drew submissions from nearly 40 Massachusetts schools, and on average, each school only had 1 or 2 pieces get published.

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