From Justin Greene ’16:
Sending poems to The Hangman’s Lime, Wesleyan’s oldest and zestiest poetry publication, entails many benefits: personal fulfillment, maybe conquering a fear of getting work out there, the possibility of becoming a literary superstar, a life full of lime trees, and all our beautiful limes, endless possibilities. It will make us very happy.
So what are you waiting for? Send us no more than five (5) poems to hangmanslime[at]gmail[dot]com. Prose or verse, as long as you consider it poetry, we want it! Send it over by November 21st at 11:59pm and you’re eligible for all the above rewards! How rewarding!
Here’s a Facebook event! https://www.facebook.com/events/1139179676110974/
Submit By: Saturday, November 21 at 11:59 PM
From the radiant Kate Weiner ’15:
Loam, Wesleyan’s environmental arts magazine, is seeking editors, graphic designers, and artists to contribute to our fall semester publication. Check out the spring 2014 issue here
to get a sense of the work we do. We love sharing creative expressions of our relationship with the earth and can’t wait to see your contributions!
If you are interested in working with the loam team, please contact Kate at kweiner (at) wesleyan.edu
Oh yes, Jack Spira ’16, tell me about your fiction. I want the fiction:
et al.: URGE is currently taking submissions for our spring publication! Like, shit’s gonna get real. If you want to submit, first, tell all of your friends about it; we want this to be contagious. Then, attach your story in an email to etalsubmissions(at)gmail(dot)com. We’ll take fiction, dramatic writing, and comic books. It should be related to the theme, URGE, but just make sure to submit. If it’s good, it’ll be in there.
We’re taking submissions throughout the Winter Break, so make sure to spend all that extra time writing as much as you can! We can’t wait to see what you come up with. Seriously, if you don’t submit, when you see the magazine in May, you will regret it. There’s not a joy in the world like seeing and idea you constructed turned into something material, and knowing hundreds of people will read it.
Deadline: January 15th, 2014
Facebook event? Facebook event.
Zach’S porn ’15 can’t make his name a gamertag. He also wants to publish your poems:
The Hangman’s Lime, Wesleyan’s oldest and only current all-poetry magazine, wants your poetry! Want to showcase your new Homeric epic? Your prose poem about the relationship between Lord of the Rings and your latent psychological issues? Lovely – submit to us at hangmanslime[at]gmail[dot]com by November 21. Submissions are reviewed anonymously.
et. al, Wesleyan’s only current all-fiction print publication, is having its first editors’ meeting tomorrow, Monday the 23rd, at 8pm in the Writing House common area. If you have any interest in submitting fiction, editing fiction, working some layout design or seeing my beautiful face, I implore you to come. We’ll be discussing and creating editorial procedures, submission guidelines and whatever other relevant things come up. There will be Cards Against Humanity after. In the words of Jack Spira ‘16, “we gonna have ourselves a baller-ass time.” Can’t make it? No worries; shoot an email to either jigreene[at]wesleyan[dot]edu or jspira[at]wesleyan[dot]edu.
Date: Monday, September 23rd
Place: Writing House (202
Bumblefuck Washington Street)
Are you an artist that recently (or not so recently) dropped some hot fiyaaaah? Then you should submit your music to Waves, Wesleyan’s new music publication. Waves is taking music submissions to be featured on its new website, which launched Saturday. If you want another platform for more ears to hear your music, submit mp3s with a photo, social media information, and a brief blurb about yourself to weswavesmagazine(at)gmail:
On a campus brimming with musical talent, it is only right that there is a publication on hand to document Wesleyan University’s vibrant and eclectic music scene. Waves is a group of Wesleyan students dedicated to providing a vivid illustration of the remarkable artists, bands, acapella groups, radio shows, ensembles, visiting acts and everything else music that Wesleyan has to offer. In addition to documenting the on-campus music scene, Waves will feature pieces about new releases and upcoming artists in the external, non-Wesleyan world of music. Waves will also be coming out with a full-length magazine featuring artist profiles, album reviews, and longer feature articles about everything and anything related to music. Check the site periodically if you’re looking for some music literature or if you’re in need of some new artists to listen to.
A. C. Wilkinson ’13, not to be confused with A. Wilkinson or Alix Wilkinson or, god forbid, Al Wilkinson, is expanding Argus International Enterprises to include a magazine component. Join him in this endeavor tomorrow at noon in the brand new Career Resquash Center.
Better yet, there’s free food.
OSTRANENIE 6.1, a campus publication, is now considering submissions through October 17th. The magazine accepts ANYTHING CAPABLE OF 2-D REPRESENTATION, including but not limited to:
-DOCUMENTATION OF 3-D WORK
Send your work to SAMIZDATPRESS@GMAIL.COM or WESBOX 92156.
You wanted to get Void Digest last week but couldn’t find it anywhere. Here’s a second chance — there are several big stacks of it on the counter behind the information desk in Usdan. If you want a copy so bad that you’d rather not risk missing them there, email jpattenATwes or akhandrosATwes and we’ll figure something out.