Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Euonymous Needs Writers

You've already done the work; see it published! Submit your work to Euonymous, the Writing Program's e-journal. Euonymous publishes the most compelling thinking and writing produced in the fall semester by first-year writing students at The George Washington University.

Euonymous (literally, “well named”) is accepting submissions and for it's next issue. The journal – which is the collective effort of both students and faculty – seeks to bring outstanding first-year writing into the public sphere and into dialogue with wider communities of scholars, writers, and readers.

IMPORTANT: The deadline for receipt of all submissions is Monday, December 22, 2008.

Submission guidelines:

All students enrolled in a University Writing 20 or Honors 16 course in fall 2008 are eligible and encouraged to submit work to the e-anthology. Final selections for the anthology will be made by the end of January, with revisions and rewrites due from accepted writers by mid-February. To be considered for publication, submissions must follow the guidelines and present the information required below.

  • Submissions must be conceived of and produced in UW20 or HNR16 courses.
  • Submissions may be of any length or genre, from short exercises to longer research essays and collaborative projects.
  • Multimedia work is welcome and encouraged.
  • Submissions of writing projects must be typed and double-spaced.
  • Manuscripts should include the author’s name, contact
    information (campus address, e-mail address, and phone number), the course title, and the instructor’s name.
  • Authors must briefly explain the original assignment in the body of their e-mail message.
  • Submissions must be emailed as MSWord or Rich Text Format attachments to the Faculty Editor, Christy Zink, at gwueanthology@gmail.com.
  • Please e-mail queries to the editor Christy Zink, at mailto:gwueanthology@gmail.com,%20regarding regarding submission of multimedia work, including audio, video, and internet materials.

Link to Full Call for Submissions.

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