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A reminder to submit, submit, submit to “Home,” with an updated deadline…you now have until May 4th, 2012. This magazine is gonna be online, and it’s gonna be swanky. “Home,” a new online magazine at Wes, is coming out with … Continue reading
Do you love telling stories? Do you like being on stage? Do you want to be featured on a podcast that has over a quarter million listeners? Take a and submit a pitch to tell your story at a live … Continue reading
Despite the fact that you’re veering away from “young adults” into the realm of “actual adults,” do you still love reading young adult fiction? (I do and I’m not ashamed to admit it.) If so, you should consider applying for … Continue reading
Calling all poets, established and aspiring: submit to The Hangman’s Lime! The Hangman’s Lime, Wesleyan’s oldest and most awesome all-poetry magazine, is seeking submissions. We want your beautiful, disturbing, outrageous, enriching, districting, and dare we say…sexy work – in short, … Continue reading
Good news everybody! The deadline to submit to Stethoscope Press has been extended! If you did not get the chance to send your creative writing submission to Stethoscope Press, you have another week! The deadline is now SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8th. … Continue reading
Scoping out the writing talent on campus? Definitely check out SWERVE(D), an aesthetically beautiful website that features a remarkable collection of student writing. There’s some truly incredible writing there! And hey, don’t stop at browsing through their archives: get involved! … Continue reading