Spring Break!

Happy last day of classes before spring break, everyone! It hasn’t actually been that long since classes started, but it certainly feels like a mini-lifetime. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking a break from our regularly scheduled programming…

Submit to After Hours

After Hours is calling for your creative non-fiction submissions! Send essays, memoirs, prose poetry, and narratives to afterhoursmag(at)gmail(dot)com. After Hours is one of Wesleyan’s newest literary journals, prepping for its second magazine after a highly successful first run. Submissions are…

Meet the Workshop Tutors: Yara Kass-Gergi

Name: Yara Kass-Gergi Class Year: 2012 Major: American Studies What I’ve Been Writing Lately: My senior thesis on the media portrayal of serial killers in the U.S. and its effects on American culture. What I’ve Been Reading Lately: Cheerful stuff, like “Extreme Killing: Understanding Serial…

Submit to OSTRANENIE 6.2

OSTRANENIE 6.2, Wesleyan’s only all genre-inclusive, non-hierarchical, anonymously-reviewed campus publication, is now considering submissions through THE END OF THIS WEEK (try to submit to us by FRIDAY, MARCH 2ND). The magazine will be printed in COLOR and accepts ANYTHING CAPABLE OF 2-D REPRESENTATION,…

What is Ecofeminism Anyways?: A Symposium

This Friday, don’t miss What is Ecofeminism Anyways?, a symposium organized by Alex Ketchum’12.  Greta Gaard is author of The Nature of Home (2007) and Ecological Politics: Ecofeminists and the Greens  (1998), editor of Ecofeminism: Women, Animals, Nature (1993), and co-editor of Ecofeminist Literary Criticism (1998). Her essays…