Not gonna lie, I felt like Freddy from Scooby Doo in that moment.
Anyway, I decided that since it’s my last semester at Chandler-Gilbert Community College that instead of submitting to the campus’s online Literary Journal, I’d be a member of the editorial staff!
Our first meeting was Friday, and we have a big group! I’m really excited because I love critical and analytical reading, and essentially I’m sort of an Editor, which is my dream job! Plus, being an active member of the Review looks great on a resume and in my portfolio that I plan to send to potential Universities.
Anyway, I wanted to spread the word about the Review. It is student run and is intended for an adult audience. The Review accepts Visual Art, Micro-Fiction (fewer than 1,000 words), Short Non-Fiction, and Short Fiction, as well as poetry. Being that the Review is a purely online experience we are also able to accept Audio Files, be it original music or spoken word.
Here’s more info if you’re interested, I’m looking forward to reading submissions!
The Gila River Review
CGCC’s Online Student-Edited Art and Literary Journal is Accepting Submissions from CGCC Students, Faculty, and Staff for Issue 5, May 2012
CREATIVE WRITING SUBMISSIONS
Microfiction: 1,000-word limit
Fiction and Creative Nonfiction: 15 double-spaced page limit
Poetry: 3 poems, no longer than 10 pages total
Photography, Painting, Sculpture: Limit to 3 submitted pieces
Comics, Graphic Novel Excerpts: 10-page limit
Music, Spoken Word: 5-10 minute limit
HOW TO SUBMIT
Email all submissions to email@example.com.
In the subject line, write “Submission” and genre you’re submitting—“Submission Poetry.”
In the email text, write a brief bio.
Creative writing submissions must be attached in either .doc or .rtf formats.
All visual art submissions must be attached in either .pdf or .jpeg formats.
Audio submissions must be submitted in .mp3 format.
Limit one submission per genre, though you may submit to more than one genre.
DEADLINE FOR ALL SUBMISSIONS IS FRIDAY, March 30th, 2012, 12:00 Noon.
Thanks again guys! Hopefully I’ll see some of your work in the Review this semester!