Under the resources tab in the menu you can now find a list of litmags that publish creative works by undergraduate students- everything from poetry, to prose, to mixed media!
Follow this link and start sending out your work!
Call For Submissions: The Underground!
The Underground is taking submissions! We are looking to feature book reviews and interviews with alumni and faculty, written by current students. Have an idea, or a piece already written? Email Zach Sharp @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Slag Glass City Is Looking For Undergrad Interns For The Spring Quarter:
Editorial interns for Slag Glass City will assist with submission deliberation, correspondence, light editing and proofreading, submission solicitation, social media and book festival promotion, website updating, working with the spring magazine class editorial board, as well as undertake other administrative tasks. Slag Glass City requests a commitment of 10-20 flexible hours a week. The internship is unpaid, requires concurrent enrollment in ENG 392 or ENG 509, and offers hands on learning in the field of editing and creative writing magazine work, under the direction of the editor, Barrie Jean Borich. Interns attend twice weekly meetings, on Zoom or on campus, as well as meeting asynchronously on Teams—and otherwise are able to make their own work schedule.
To apply please send Professor Barrie Borich, email@example.com, an email describing your interest and experience.
Check out the magazine at SLAG GLASS CITY
Call For Submissions: New Croton Review
The New Croton Review is accepting submissions thru April 15 for the Spring Issue (to be published on May 13). If you have unpublished poetry, fiction, nonfiction, photographs, or visual art that you’d like us to consider, please email to Review@CrotonArts.org. Our submission guidelines (click here) are fully explained on our website Review.CrotonArts.org, where you can also get past issues. Digital copies are free on Apple Books, Google Play, and Amazon. Full-color paperback copies can be purchased on Amazon for $10. Our website has all of the links you’ll need to find past issues, or you can search for
New Croton Review in your favorite ebook reading app.
If your work is accepted, we’ll ask you to grant us the right to publish it in the Review, but you retain the copyright and the right to publish it elsewhere. We’ll also publish a short bio with your direction.
There are no geographical or age limitations on submissions, and if April 15 is too soon for you, send us your work by Oct.14 to make the Fall Issue (to be published on Nov.11).
Please share this call for submissions with colleagues, friends, students, your writing and arts groups, local librarian, local art schools and art museums. The Review is published by the Croton Council on the Arts (CCoA) which is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit in Croton-on-Hudson, NY.
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Check Out Prof. Barrie Borich’s New Essay, The Everyday Invisible, Published In Conjunctions
You can read an excerpt of the essay here, and find the full piece in fall 2022 issue, Conjunctions:79, Onword. Conjunctions is a biannual literary anthology published by Bard College.