We would like to proudly introduce you to the latest edition of the Progenitor Art & Literary Magazine!
Our staff, made up of Arapahoe Community College students, worked hard to create this latest edition. By working with a myriad of contributors, each one proud to bring forth their life’s experiences, we strived to create a magazine of pure excellence while also embracing the theme of regrowth out of the ruins of modern-day life, more importantly, that there will always be hope that humanity will be seen through the cracks of such a cold and brutal world. Our compiled works suggest the beauty of humanity and how it can be found in the darkest of places. These contributors have shared their perspectives of such a theme through art and literary devices. It is our wish that you, dear reader, will enjoy the pieces as much as we have.
Furthermore, we would like to extend our thanks to the contributors whose work has helped to create the new generation of the Progenitor Art & Literary Magazine. We would also like to express our gratitude to the staff, who worked diligently to make this latest edition possible. Finally, we would formally like to thank you, dear reader; if it was not for your overwhelming support, the magazine would not have the ability to continue. Without all of you, this magazine would not be possible.
Rachael Lozano and Cara Allen
Co-editors of the Progenitor Art & Literary magazine
By: Brandon Kile
By: Jadon Gold
By: Kari Erickson Winner Student Art Juried Exhibition - Ceramics
By: Brandon Kile
Established in 2004, the Writers Studio at Arapahoe Community College is a community for writers of all ages and skill levels. We invite writers from our school and community to experience the writing life through creative writing courses, workshops, literary contests, festivals, and readings. We invite local and national writers to share their words and expertise with our students and community members.