The Beautiful, the Ugly and the Sublime: KidSpirit Releases Fall Issue

Youth writers and artists around the world create a new issue of KidSpirit magazine on the topic, "Beauty and the Senses."
BROOKLYN, N.Y. - Sept. 10, 2013 - PRLog -- As teens head back to school for the new academic year, KidSpirit ( launches another fascinating issue written entirely by youth on the topic of “Beauty and the Senses.”

The issue features a wealth of perspectives from global contributors on the rich topic of beauty and sensual experience. The launch includes a feature article by Elly Goetz about her experience retracing the artistic footsteps of Thomas Moran in Yellowstone. Akash Mehta reviews Ugly, a book about cultural conceptions of ugliness by design critic Stephen Bayley. In the Awesome Moments section, Rachel Narducci recounts a life-changing trip to London for a photography class, while in the Big Question Nimai Agarwal ultimately links our sense of beauty to love. Umar Baig, a KidSpirit contributor from Maryland describes what he finds beautiful about his faith tradition, Islam, in KidSpirit’s Interfaith Connections department; and Indian writer Tanmaya Murthy shares a rare moment of peace in her poem "The Swallow."

In October KidSpirit publishes an exciting PerSpectives article by adult contributor Frank Fitzpatrick. Fitzpatrick is a multi-platinum record producer, a Grammy-nominated composer, and filmmaker, who has worked with musical pioneers from Miles Davis to Ziggy Marley. He will share his insights about the expression of beauty and spirituality through music.

KidSpirit features original art and writing by teens around the world on life’s big questions. For more information or to help youth get involved in KidSpirit, please send an email to
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