After Hours: A New Literary Magazine

“WHAT DO YOU WANT FROM ME? I’M JUST A WORD PROCESSOR!”

Good question. Sam Maldonado ’13 and Alexia Nazarian ’13 want  you to submit to their brand new Wes literary publication, called After Hours. They’re specifically looking for creative nonfiction pieces: essays, memoirs, stories, abstractions, etc. Sam adds:

Submit work and questions to afterhoursmag(at)gmail(dot)com. The deadline for submissions is Friday, October 22, the Friday after Fall Break. Whatever work you turn in will have an impact upon shaping the theme, so that’s important.  We want everything you have (including ideas and questions). Based on the work submitted, those who are interested can help go through the submissions and come up with a cohesive theme.

No word on whether or not the new magazine’s name was inspired by my personal favorite film of the ’80s, but I’ll include the trailer just in case. Film Board, take note.

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