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Ember: A Journal of Luminous Things Vol I, Issue 2 Young Readers Make Great Writers. Ask any successful author how they got their start, and they'll tell you that when they were young they loved reading. One of the foundational goals of Ember is to foster the next generation of great writers by providing them with excellent reading material now. We believe that people who learn to love reading at an early age are more likely to seek knowledge in science, technology, engineering, and math. Those who then learn to love writing often go on to apply creativity and problem solving to those same critical disciplines-underscoring the importance of solid reading and writing skills.Each issue of Ember is divided into two sections: "For Younger Readers" and "For Older Readers." The stories and poems in the Younger section may be most appropriate for middle-grade readers, and those in the Older section best for young adults, but all selections can be enjoyed by everyone!This Spring issue of our inaugural volume builds on the beauty of Issue 1 with illustrations by Casey Robin and cover art by Keliana Tayler. The cover was inspired by Renee Carter Hall's "The Frog Who Swallowed the Moon," which leads off the collection:

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