Red Cedar, University of Wisconsin - Barron County's annual journal of the arts and literature, is now accepting submissions of poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and other creative writing for our Spring, 2015, edition.
Submissions of creative writing are welcome from anyone by email through the end of February, 2014.
Please share with students, colleagues, and other writers: We are now accepting submissions by email to email@example.com.
Send up to five poems, or 1-3 short prose pieces of up to about 1500 words each. Mixed submissions of both poetry and prose are also acceptable.
Please include all contact information, including a postal address, and a very brief bio note.
Red Cedar will continue to accept submissions by email until Sat., Feb. 28, 2015. For priority consideration, please submit early!
To encourage Wisconsin undergraduate authors in seeking wide recognition for high-quality writing, the editors and staff of Red Cedar will consider publishing pieces by Wisconsin undergraduate students that have been accepted or recently published by other publications edited and produced by undergraduates at any Wisconsin college or university.
The Mochila Review is seeking fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art submissions for the 2015 issue; we are currently accepting submissions until January 1, 2015. All information about regular submissions can be found at
Also, encourage your students to submit to our Undergraduate MoRe Prize for Writing!
Beginning this year, The Mochila Review is offering a writers’ contest to undergraduate students. This year, the contest will be open to poetry submissions only. Contest submissions will be accepted through our website from October 1 to December 1. The winning poet, selected by our guest judge, spoken-word poet Taylor Mali, will be announced January 1. He/she will receive a $50 prize and publication in our 2015 issue. The Undergraduate MoRe Prize for Writing is separate from our regular submissions and there is a small entry fee of $5.
English department faculty members Dr. Rebekah Fowler, Dr. Ryan Friesen, Dr. David Hart, Dr. Karen Hart, Dr. Sharon Jessee, Dr. Stephen Mann, and Dr. Kate Parker will continue the English Department’s 2014-2015 William J. and Yvonne Hyde Colloquium Series with a pedagogy exchange entitled “Exclamatory Interrogatives‽: Asking Meaningful Questions in the Humanities.” Participants will share assignments, activities and other ideas for practicing the discipline of asking meaningful questions in English studies. All faculty and students interested in discussing the challenges of developing and encouraging meaningful questions in the humanities classroom are encouraged to participate in the discussion. The presentation runs from 2:30-3:30 p.m. on Friday, November 21st in 113 Wimberly Hall. The event is free and open to the public. To arrange for disability accommodations, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.