Submit Writing & Art
Please email all submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Submission” included in the subject line. We accept all common file formats.
SUBMISSION DEADLINES FOR SPRING 2023:
Nonfiction pitches*: EXTENDED Feb.18, 2023
Fiction, poetry, visual art, etc.: March 19, 2023
Pieces submitted after the final deadline will be considered for publication on a rolling basis.
*Pitches should be one or two paragraphs long, and should briefly outline the story that you want to tell and why you are the right person to tell it. Every nonfiction piece goes through multiple rounds of editing, copy-editing, and fact-checking before publication.
Join the Staff
We have the following positions open for Spring 2023:
Assistant Editor: application deadline Feb. 10, 2023
To apply for an Assistant/General Editor position, please fill out the Google Form linked below. Then, download and complete the editing practice below (our style guide is located here for your convenience), and email it to email@example.com with “[LAST NAME] EDIT PRACTICE” in the subject line. We look forward to hearing from you!
Staff Applications Spring 2023 – Open
Dorothy is a fourth-year from Cambridge, Massachusetts, studying Psychology and Creative Writing. Her favorite animals are vampire squids, Anglo-Nubian goats, and corn snakes.
Emily is a fourth-year from Chatham, New Jersey, studying English and German. She enjoys creative writing and learning how to crochet.
Erika is a second-year from Niles, Ohio, planning to major in English and minor in French. She loves to write, especially creative writing, and enjoys music and theater.
Henry is a Chicagoan first-year eager to major in Neuroscience and “something else”–whatever that may be. His dreams for the future include starting a bakery, writing a book, and successfully foraging fungi.
Saffron—just like the spice—is a fourth-year English major and over-caffeinated painter from Southeast Texas. In her snatches of free time, she enjoys reading and constructing melodramatic prose poems, dancing very poorly with her punk-y friends, nursing her paperback collection, and riding her broken bike, Duchess, really really fast.
Evie is a fourth-year.
Reyah is a first-year student from the Chicago suburbs, planning to major in English and Environmental Studies. She loves folk music, green tea, lying down in grass, and writing letters.
Yendi Kai is a first-year from Kingston, Jamaica (who also spent the last three years studying in Lawrenceville, NJ). They’re on the pre-med track and an aspiring Neuroscience and English major. When she isn’t busy pulling all-nighters or down exorbitant amounts of caffeine, she loves sleeping. One day, Yendi Kai hopes to spot an albino squirrel or pronounce the phrase ‘butter pecan’ like an American – whichever comes first.
Haze is a second-year from Acworth, GA studying Creative Writing, Writing & Communication, Journalism, and Jewish Studies. If you’re bored, ask her about her novel, the ocean, or emo music – you’ll get hours of entertainment!
Avery is a first-year student from New York City (the best city in the world) and hopes to major in English and minor in GSFS. When she’s not studying in Azzies until 12 or running for Oberlin Cross Country and Track team she enjoys watching 90s rom coms, dancing in her dorm room to Conan Gray, and writing short stories that contain no plot, only vibes.
Ari is a second-year from Newton, Massachusetts, studying Creative Writing, History and Math. He is the proud owner of way too many lego sets, a dog named Challah Dog (Holly for short), and sometimes wishes he could turn himself inside out just to see what it would look like.
Arts & Layout Editor
Maya is a fourth-year Studio Art and TIMARA double degree student from upstate NY. She loves to spend her free time on a kayak.
Ally, from Massachusetts, majored in Psychology and English. She loves espresso drinks, reading memoirs, and writing letters. She is hopeful that someday she will see a moose.
Gillian, from Brooklyn, majored in English and History. Her basement contains every book she’s read since age six.
Away for Spring
Senior Editor, Arts & Layout
Shira is a third-year from Chicago, Illinois, studying Sociology. She wishes she could fit inside an envelope or something like that.
Wiley is a third-year from San Antonio, Texas; studying Creative Writing and Comparative Literature; and firmly clinging to the belief that human beings were invented by water as a device for transporting itself from one place to another.