Threshold, DePaul’s student-run arts and literary journal, is having a party for the release of its spring edition this Friday. Join us at the DePaul Art Museum, on May 25th from 3-6 pm, for refreshments, readings from some of DePaul’s finest writers, and a free copy of the new issue. Hope to see you there!
Submit Your Work to Threshold – Submissions Deadline Now Extended! February 15, 2012
Hi all! Threshold, DePaul’s premier student-run literary journal, is still accepting submissions for its Spring 2012 issue. Submit your fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, or dramatic literature to email@example.com before February 24th. All submitters will receive free and helpful feedback on the work, and possibly publication in the journal!
More information is available here.
Looking to Get Published? Submit Your Work to Threshold! January 25, 2012
Threshold is DePaul’s premier student-run literary journal, and they’re accepting submissions now for the Spring 2012 issue! If you’re a poet, a writer, or just someone interested in getting some feedback on your writing, submit your work today!
That’s right – Threshold is offering written feedback (about one paragraph’s worth) for any submission they receive this year. You can submit one piece for the fiction, creative nonfiction, and dramatic literature categories, and up to 3 pieces to the poetry category. Artwork and short video submissions are also accepted (and encouraged). More information is available on the Threshold site.
The deadline for this year is February 10 at 5 pm, so make sure you get your work in on time to have a chance of being published. Good luck and happy writing!
Stream the latest episode of Hot Topics in Writing, the UCWbL’s podcast, right below, while we take you behind the scenes of some of Chicago’s hottest literary journals.
You’ll hear from Molly Diedrich of DePaul’s own Threshold, Daniel Majid of The Logan Square Literary Review, and Sarah Dodson from MAKE Literary Productions. Learn more about these exciting publications–including insider advice on submitting your own work–by listening in today!