Rylie Slaughter

Rylie Slaughter, junior, has a distinct passion for reading and writing about fantasy. When she is not swamped with homework, you can find her poring over a Zelda video game or consuming ungodly amounts of pizza. One of her absolute favorite books is Mythos by Steven Fry.

More of Rylie Slaughter’s Work:

  • Niccolò Paganini: A Musical Revolutionary Born in Italy on October 27, 1782, Niccolò Paganini was a natural violinist. In his early childhood, he was tutored by his father on the art of the violin. But …
  • Broadway, Here We Come! It’s been an extremely long year for all of us. I know from personal experience that this pandemic has made it awfully hard to enjoy things the way we once …
  • Love Letter In The Forest I found a love letter in the forest today. It was worn and yellowed with age, nestled into a cozy opening in a tree. The envelope was dirtied as well, …
  • Choir in a Pandemic: A Singer’s Perspective I doubt anyone could have foreseen a time when singing with your peers at school was discouraged on a global scale. In fact, I doubt that anyone could have predicted …
  • Miyazaki Hayao: The Soul Of Studio Ghibli Film can be magic. At least, in the case of Studio Ghibli they are. Some films that Studio Ghibli has released, such as Kiki’s Delivery Service, My Neighbor Totoro, Princess …
  • The Vulture The harsh rays of the desert sun scorch the feathers on my wings. But I fly even closer to the source of this brutal heat, so as not to entangle …

The Vulture
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