April Zhang

April Zhang, senior, is a passionate creative writer. At a young age, she would choose to stay at home to read the stories of people, of animals, of fantasy, and of love. The long yet lively descriptions bring all the characters right in front of her, which is exactly what she hopes to present to her readers now that she becomes a writer herself. In her free time, April loves to listen to music, travel, hang out with friends and family, and watch Criminal Minds (there are so many more episodes awaiting her).

More of April Zhang’s Work:

  • The Mother of My Mother – Elegy A Tuesday afternoon when I waited for the last bell of the day to ring, Five minutes before it did my screen lit up with the desperate statement first. Just …
  • Winter Love – Ballad How everything differs around while we are trapped in the plight, After the countless winters, the once-cold seasons. The shakiness in your voice blurs my sight,  At the center of …
  • A Meaningless Short Story “Don’t think you’re so special. You are just like everybody else. Humble yourself; do not ever be snooty.” The 1960s. Beijing, China. Living in and going to school at the …
  • An Open Letter to the SAT Dear SAT, Hi – that is the kindest greeting I could ever give you. Let me just say this frankly: I hate you. I hate how you are a big …
  • Do’s and Don’ts In honor of the famous Black Dahlia Murder Do wake up in the middle of sweet dreams by loud sounds, almost as if fifty people are having a slaughter party …
  • The True Story of a Friend By April Zhang Transgender, according to Merriam Webster Dictionary, refers to the feeling “of, relating to, or being a person whose gender identity differs from the sex the person had …

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