From Haenah Kwon ’17:
GOOD NEWS: the Subway Ride magazine is now accepting submissions for our Fall ’15 issue (second issue ever)! We accept anonymous and non-themed submissions too (our theme this issue is: MIRROR). Submit your artwork/writing/whateverelse to thesubwayride[at]gmail[dot]com. If you have videos or other non-printable works, you can submit them to our blog, thesubwayride.weebly.com.
NOTE: *We are also accepting short hand-written writings of non-English languages for our non-English section.
Please submit by NOVEMBER 6th! We meet every Saturday 12pm at Usdan if you would like to join our editing team.
Submit By: Friday, November 6
MAKE YOUR OWN EPISODE OF TV
Have you ever thought that ending of LOST was the worst? Like, “I can do better than that” worst? And they killed the mother! Wait, nevermind. Anyway, here’s your shot! Starting this semester, alternative theatre group WATCH is hosting an event where students have the chance to write, act in, or direct an original episode of their favorite TV show. Students will submit scripts of an episode of a TV show, and then work with a writer’s room where interested parties will help design the program. Directors will have one week to stage one of the scripts. And finally, the episodes are brought to life in front of an audience!
Dates: Submission for writers is Nov. 6th and actors/directors will be needed in subsequent weeks (stay tuned!)
Contact us at: emaskin[at]wesleyan[dot]edu
Submission Deadline: Friday, November 6
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.
Professional soccer champion Alex Wilkinson ’13 has got a proposal for you:
The Argus Magazine is Wesleyan’s only publication focused on long-form journalism. We want to publish your long-form nonfiction, especially journalistic works: profiles (of places and/or people), interviews, investigative reporting, memoirs—we’ll take them all! We are looking for submissions that are 1500 words or longer, but we’ll consider shorter pieces too. Send your submission(s) to argusmagazine(at)gmail(d0t)com; we look forward to reading!
Deadline: April 5
Hangman’s Lime has a dope opportunity for all you instagrammers photographers out there:
Take black and white photos? Want them to be featured on the cover of a poetry magazine? Hangman’s Lime (Wesleyan’s oldest all-poetry magazine) is looking for a black and white picture to use for its cover. Photos should probably not be close-ups of a person; otherwise, most things will be considered.
Rebecca Coven ’13 has an outlet for your Shakespearian aspirations:
The Hangman’s Lime, Wesleyan’s oldest all-poetry magazine, is seeking submissions. We want your beautiful, disturbing, enriching, distracting – in short, any and all kinds of – work.
Please send poems to hangmanslime(at)gmail(dot)com by November 1st. And tell your poetic friends!
Deadline: Midnight, November 1st, 2012
Deadline: November 1, 2012