Ali Rosenberg ’15 writes in:
If you’ve worked on anything related to the ancient world in the past year, consider submitting to Metis, Wesleyan’s undergraduate classics journal! Submissions can include papers, photos, translations, creative pieces, or any and all things having to do with Rome, Greece, ancient archaeology, Julius Caesar, the Colosseum, or Brad Pitt’s performance in Troy.
Send all submissions to wesleyanmetis[at]gmail[dot]com.
Submission window: October 17 – November 30
From Sali Choi ’15:
Interested in being a part of the reviewing and editing process, designing spreads, blogging, working with website design, or East Asian/Southeast-Asian culture in general? Then you should come to our first meeting! (We are going to be discussing our Spring 2015 issue.)
Date: Thursday, October 16
Time: 10:00 PM
Place: Allbritton 113
Rachel Hirsch ’15 writes in with this surprisingly laconic plea:
Resonance, the East Asian Studies Journal, is looking for essays, creative writing, and artwork for their next issue. Send your work to resonance[dot]journal[at]gmail[dot]com!
Time: Now until 2/8
Tina Jung ’15:
You can get your work published on our website and magazine!!
Resonance is a Wesleyan’s East Asian Studies Journal.We accept research essays, personal essays, creative writing, poetry,art, photography, and works in translation.
Submit material to: resonance.journal(at)gmail(dot)com
SUBMIT ANYTIME. Earlier the better…
Deadline: Wednesday, April 16th, 2014
Claire Seoin Choi ’13 is calling all writers and artists:
“Remembrance of things past is not necessarily the remembrance of things as they were.” — Marcel Proust
What does it mean to remember, or to forget? In his chef d’oeuvre In Search of Lost Time, Marcel Proust questions how one remembers and accesses memory. Proust, however, is not alone in this exploration. Many other scholars have delved into the topic of memory and investigated its importance in social organization, historical construction, and personal and group narratives. This semester, Pyxis invites you to contribute your academic work on this theme. Topics may include, but are not limited to:
How do we express memory in literature, in visual form, in performance? How do the stories we tell ourselves–through narratives, myths, or collective memories–structure the world around us? How is memory constructed, recorded, represented, manipulated?
Aditi Kini ’12 wants you to submit to
your parents Home, a new magazine:
Have you ever been abroad? Have your conceptions of “home” ever been challenged or formed by contact with foreign cultures? Are you an international student? Are you a world-traveler?
“Home,” a new online magazine at Wes, is coming out with its first issue before the semester ends. We’re looking for any
- fiction, and
that addresses the concerns of “Home.” Our theme: across cultures.
Submit by noon, this May 3rd to wesleyanhome[at]gmail[dot]com.
If you would like to be involved in the publishing process, let us know as well!
Le blurb de le Coach de Cameroon ’13:
Synthesis is Wesleyan’s Undergraduate Journal of Science & Art. The focus of this semester’s issue is neuroscience and the ways multiple disciplines interact within the field. We are looking for any art, literature, or research related to neuroscience. Send your submissions to ccouch(at)wesleyan(dot)edu before this Wednesday, April 4th!