Did you submit to Graphos? Then you should forward your poems and short stories to the Literary Awards! You can send your literary essays too! Submissions are due March 18th to email@example.com.
Don't forget to also submit to the Literary Awards! As spring appears to slowly arrive, the due date for the Literary Awards creeps up. For those who don't know, the Literary Awards is a fun event where students can submit 1 to 5 poems in one document, a critical literary essay under 3,500 words, or a creative piece (fiction, nonfiction, memoir, etc) that is also under 3,500 words. You can submit to all categories too.
So dust off your writings and send them in! Take a look at the poster for further information.
New semester, new challenges. Take a break from your stresses to write a little something, take a photo, or draw something. While you're at it, submit to this semester's Graphos. You know you want to.
The new issue of Graphos is officially out! Come to Boyle 325 to pick up a copy or keep an eye out for some floating around campus! This will be a nice distraction from all your finals' obligations.
Feeling sick of homework? Take a break and write something for fun or take a photo. Better yet, doodle on your homework. You know you want to. The submission deadline--October 15th--is fast approaching. Send in your procrastination fueled works--you'd be productive then.
Congratulations to all of last night's Literary Award winners! Some of their works are featured in this semester's issue of Graphos, so if you haven't yet, be sure to pick up your copy!
Congratulations to this year's Lit Awards winners!
First Place, $300.00: “Trains, Thoughts, and Trains of Thought: Making the Connection “In a S...tation of the Metro,” Mary Paplham
Second Place (tie), $100.00: “Lacanian Manifestation of Unconscious Fear and Desire in Melville’s “Bartleby”,” Elynor Gregorich, and “Masked Meanings: the Historical Importance of Masques and their Role in The Tempest,” Katie Hopkins
Honorable Mentions: “Does a Cold War Culture Dream of Destruction?: Sixties Paranoia and Philip K. Dick,” Alaina (Letty) Mundt, and “Alice’s Exploration of Feminine Identity in Carroll’s Through the Looking-Glass,” Alexandra Paleka
First Place, $300.00: “Whirring,” Nicholas Surprise
Second Place, $100.00: “Juvenile,” Katie Hopkins
Honorable Mention: “The Deer,” Nicholas Surprise
First Place, $300.00: “Ashes to Ashes,” Alaina (Letty) Mundt
Second Place (tie), $100.00: “A Collection of Vignettes: Ramona’s Story,” Beverly Lee, and “The Eye of a Hurricane,” Lizzie Tesch
The Mary McHale Wood Endowed Scholarship for Excellence in Writing, 2017-18 ($1000.00): Benjamin Paplham
English Faculty Endowed Scholarship, 2017-18 ($1000.00): Alaina Mundt