In an ever-changing world, young people witnessing the good…the great….the bad of everyday life are finding comfort in discovering their voices. Through the power of the pen, they know their stories are important, their dreams count, their voices matter and they are poised to make an impact on the world.
In My Voice Matters: Telling Our Stories and Making a Difference, over fifty young writers share stories that speak to the issues they face on a daily basis. Presented by the Washington DC Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., this anthology brings together some of today’s brightest young authors in a compilation of poetry, essays, and short stories. The 4th through 12th graders, featured in this anthology, tackle everything from lighthearted topics such as, “how gaming can change the world,” to touching prose in historical settings, to more serious subjects, such as navigating the world as a young girl, among men.