Steam Ticket Literary Journal Vol. 19 Release Party--THIS THURSDAY, April 28, 4 p.m.--The Eagle's Nest, 1914 Campbell Rd. Help the students in English 320 celebrate--we'll have brief readings, briefer speeches, free appetizers, stories about our production process. We're proud of this excellent issue that our hard-working and discerning editors and readers have assembled!
Her Campus-Lax is an online Collegiettes’™ guide to empower UWL students, to give them the skills and tools needed to succeed before, during and after college; and it is an offline community of Collegiettes™ interested in journalism, magazines, writing, event planning, public relations, social media, marketing, business/entrepreneurship and more. It serves as a career launching point for its team of college journalists while bringing light to issues, stories, and topics tailored toward UWL. Sections of the online publication include Features, Blog, Snapshot, Events, and Profile published weekly.
Her Campus gives students opportunities to launch their career, expand their resume and skills in an online and offline presence. It also serves as a guide and voice for all students throughout college where topics and articles range from sexual harassment, body image and relationships to study tips, checklists and how-to articles.
Her Campus-Lax is always looking for writers. Open positions also include Senior Editor, Events Director, Marketing & Publicity Director, and Social Media Director. To write for Her Campus or apply for any of the following positions, or for more information, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
The Odyssey is a multimedia news source at UW- L and we are currently hiring writers. This is a great opportunity to expand your writing skills or gain job experience. If you have not heard of us, you can check us out here:
The Odyssey provides a platform for the voices of our generation. We give you the freedom to use your evolving opinions to write about issues that matter to you and then share them with a national audience. The Odyssey maintains an average of 100,000 reads per campus, garnering 8+ million reads per month nationally.
We are still growing at La Crosse and we would love for you to join our team! We want to have a variety of students who are passionate about having their voices heard. The Odyssey has articles from schools around the country, and we would love to have UW-L be a regularly viral school.
At The Odyssey you submit at least 1 article a week on a topic of your choice. This can be an article on news, entertainment, college life or your opinion or experiences. While the positions are not paid, we offer incentives such as $20 to the student to get the most article shares that week. We also let students have the liberty to write about a topic of their choice. This is a great chance to be heard and produce writing for your portfolio as we currently get more online views than People, Rolling Stone, and USA Today!
If you are interested in being a part of the team, please apply at
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 from all residents of Wisconsin and bordering states for publication in our Spring 2016 edition. Submissions can be sent by email to email@example.com.
Send up to 5 poems, or 1-3 short prose pieces of up to 1,500 words each. Mixed submissions of both poetry and prose are also acceptable. Please include all contact information including the name of your college (if applicable), a postal address, and a very brief bio note.
Please share this message with students, colleagues, and other writers. Our deadline for submissions is Friday, February 26, 2016.
Co-Publishing Policy: Red Cedar editors will consider publishing pieces by Wisconsin and bordering state residents that have been accepted or recently published by other publications edited and produced by undergraduates at any Wisconsin college or university.
In telling the story of his own accidental “coming of age,” English professor Bradley Butterfield’s fictitious narrator “Bradley Butterfield” tells the stories of a whole cast of lovable, if fallible, characters from his childhood and of the Denver he grew up in from the dawn of disco to the Reagan era. Idiot Boys is a relentlessly funny, heartbreakingly sad, and ultimately philosophical look at the particular idiocy of boys and the universal stupidity of man. Each chapter, or “Exhibit,” represents a rough archetype of idiot boy behavior and a stage in young Butterfield’s quixotic quest to figure himself out and become the hero of his own movie.Butterfield’s narration meanders between every phase of his youth, from pre-school to his first semester in college, but there turns out to be a method in this seeming madness as it builds to a gut-wrenching climax involving repressed memories surrounding his mother’s death and the inevitable dissolution of those childhood friendships he thought would last forever.
Mary Baldwin College's online literary magazine is currently accepting submissions for our first annual publication of the year. We accept all areas of work, including digital files such as video-recorded spoken word. Each semester we look for fiction, non-fiction, drama, art, photography and poetry. As professors and department heads, we would greatly appreciate it if you let your undergraduates know about this opportunity to submit their work for publication.