Spring 2014 Issue Coming Soon!

We will are happy to announce that our new issue will be published in April! We will also post our eText edition in March. Thank you to all our contributors!

poetrysince1912:

Benedict Cumberbatch and F. Scott Fitzgerald read John Keats’s “Ode to a Nightingale.” Which reading do you prefer?

Submissions And New Issue for 2014

Replies will be going out within the next 4 weeks to poets who submitted work during the past couple of months: Thank you so much for all of your submissions! 

Also, writers still have time to submit by the Oct. 31st deadline via email. 
Fiction and nonfiction should be sent to Patricia.Bjorklund@sccnc.edu and poetry should be sent to Allison.Parker@sccnc.edu. 

Skits, visual poetry and the like can also be sent to Ms. Parker. Visual art should be sent to September.Krueger@sccnc.edu. Be sure to submit a short bio in your email. (While we accept most formats, please do not send writing as a PDF).

Our spring 2014 issue will be published around March of next year, with the online version on issue around January. We are excited to bring you our next issue during our 50th anniversary here at Southeastern Community College. 

Happy writing!

theatlanticvideo:

You Are Here: A Whole-Sky Time-Lapse of the Galactic Center

Beautiful, deep view into the Milky Way’s core

(via upworthy)

theparisreview:

“The relationship between a writer and reader is inherently incomplete. It exists in a vacuum where one fills the space and the other receives and projects their own stories onto it. The patient is the writer. The reader is the therapist, searching, turning pages.”
Catherine Lacey on John Berryman and The Dream Songs.

theparisreview:

“The relationship between a writer and reader is inherently incomplete. It exists in a vacuum where one fills the space and the other receives and projects their own stories onto it. The patient is the writer. The reader is the therapist, searching, turning pages.”

Catherine Lacey on John Berryman and The Dream Songs.

b-ridgett:

this is so amazing

(Source: alethiosaur, via rainbowrowell)

coolcolorofepic:

Do your research | via Tumblr on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/58705158

coolcolorofepic:

Do your research | via Tumblr on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/58705158

(via total-geekdom)

the-fault-in-our-words:

When we FINALLY get to see Sherlock season 3

(via the-fault-in-our-words-deactiva)