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is looking for submissions for the 2011-12 issue! Do you write?

Make or take pictures? Want to be published? Then submit your poems, short stories, personal essays, academic essays, photographs, and other visual art work to [sic]. We want to see your stuff! All written submissions should be emailed to Prof. Rosemary Weatherston at [email protected]. Please send your submission/s as a single MS Word file attachment (do not send multiple submissions in multip

Make or take pictures? Want to be published? Then submit your poems, short stories, personal essays, academic essays, photographs, and other visual art work to [sic]. We want to see your stuff! All written submissions should be emailed to Prof. Rosemary Weatherston at [email protected]. Please send your submission/s as a single MS Word file attachment (do not send multiple submissions in multip

Detroit Mercy English Department
09/14/2020

Detroit Mercy English Department

Looking for a way to express yourself? [sic], Detroit Mercy’s student arts journal, is looking for submissions for the 2020-21 issue!

Are you a graduate or undergraduate student at Detroit Mercy?
Do you write? Make or take pictures? Want to be published?
Then submit your poems, short stories, personal essays, photographs, and other visual art work to [sic]

$100 prizes each for best visual, poetry, and fiction/prose submissions

We want to see your stuff!

All written submissions should be emailed to Prof. Rosemary Weatherston at weatherr at udmercy.edu. Please send your submission/s as a single MS Word file attachment (do not send multiple submissions in multiple files) and include your contact information. No individual submission should be more than 10 double-spaced typed pages.

Photographers, digital artists, painters, and other visual artists should contact Prof. Weatherston to arrange to upload and share their images using OneDrive. The original resolution of photographs and images must be at *least* 300 dpi. Please be aware that [sic] is a black and white publication; all color images will be reproduced in grayscale. Please be sure to include your contact information with your submission/s.

All submissions accepted for publication will be considered for three $100 prizes-- one for the best visual submission, one for the best poetry submission, and one for the best prose/fiction submission.

There is no limit to how many submissions a student may make. Submission deadline is Friday, October 16, 2020. Early submissions are encouraged! Copies of previous issues of [sic] are available online in the Library's special collections. https://libraries.udmercy.edu/archives/special-collections/index.php?collectionSet=publications&collectionCode=sic_sic

Please contact Prof. Weatherston with any questions

10/17/2019

[sic] submissions are due today, 10/17--we want to see your work!

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[sic], Detroit Mercy’s student arts journal, is looking for submissions for the 2019-20 issue!

Are you a graduate or undergraduate student at Detroit Mercy? Do you write? Make or take pictures? Want to be published? Then submit your poems, short stories, personal essays, photographs, and other visual art work to [sic].

$100 prizes for best written and best visual submissions

We want to see your stuff!

All written submissions should be emailed to Prof. Rosemary Weatherston at weatherr at udmercy.edu. Please send your submission/s as a single MS Word file attachment (do not send multiple submissions in multiple files) and include your contact information. No individual submission should be more than 10 double-spaced typed pages.

Photographers, digital artists, painters,and other visual artists should contact Prof. Weatherston to arrange to upload their images to Dropbox. The original resolution of photographs and images must be at *least* 300 dpi. Please be aware that [sic] is a black and white publication; all color images will be reproduced in grayscale. Please be sure to include your contact information with your submission/s.

All submissions accepted for publication will be considered for two $100 prizes--one for the best written submission and one for the best visual submission.

There is no limit to how many submissions a student may make. Submission deadline is Thursday, October 17, 2019. Early submissions are encouraged! Copies of previous issues of [sic] are available online in the Library's special collections.

1.    Adverb, “thus” From the Latin sic erat scriptum "thus was it written." Used after a printed word or passage to indicate that it is intended exactly as printed or to indicate that it exactly reproduces an original 2.    UDM’s irreverent, profound, and visually innovative undergradua...

Student editors are wanted for the next issue of [sic], Detroit Mercy’s irreverent, profound, and visually innovative st...
09/06/2019

Student editors are wanted for the next issue of [sic], Detroit Mercy’s irreverent, profound, and visually innovative student art journal, which is slated to start production at the beginning of Fall semester, 2019-20. [sic] publishes photography, graphic arts, poetry, fiction, and prose; its mission: giving voice and vision to Detroit Mercy’s exceptionally creative student body.

If you are an undergraduate and interested in becoming a Content Editor of the next issue, please complete the application sent to your Detroit Mercy student email address and send it to Prof. Rosemary Weatherston at weatherr at udmercy.edu by Friday, September 27.

You do not have to be an English major to be a student editor, but a discerning eye, a good ear, an ability to work closely with writers and visual artists, and a stylish commitment to seeing the job through are a must. Let Prof. Weatherston know if you have any questions.

Detroit Mercy English Department
10/12/2018

Detroit Mercy English Department

Cash prizes! Fame! Glory! Deadlines!

Submissions to [sic], UDM’s student arts journal are due Friday, 10/19. Don't let the opportunity whoosh by!

Are you a graduate or undergraduate student at UDM?
Do you write? Make or take pictures? Want to be published? Then submit your poems, short stories, personal essays, photographs, and other visual art work to [sic]

$100 prizes for best written and best visual submissions
We want to see your stuff!

All written submissions should be emailed to Prof. Rosemary Weatherston at weatherr at udmercy.edu. Please send your submission/s as a single MS Word file attachment (do not send multiple submissions in multiple files) and include your contact information. No individual submission should be more than 10 double-spaced typed pages.

Photographers, digital artists, painters,and other visual artists should contact Prof. Weatherston to arrange to upload their images to Dropbox. The original resolution of photographs and images must be at *least* 300 dpi. Please be aware that [sic] is a black and white publication; all color images will be reproduced in grayscale. Please be sure to include your contact information with your submission/s.

All submissions accepted for publication will be considered for two $100 prizes--one for the best written submission and one for the best visual submission.

There is no limit to how many submissions a student may make. Submission deadline is Friday, October 19, 2018. Early submissions are encouraged! Copies of previous issues of [sic] are available online in the Library's special collections.

Please contact Prof. Weatherston with any questions.

09/12/2018
[SIC] Student Arts Journal :: UDM Libraries / Instructional Design Studio

[sic], UDM’s student arts journal, is looking for submissions for the 2018-19 issue!

Are you a graduate or undergraduate student at UDM?
Do you write? Make or take pictures? Want to be published?

Then submit your poems, short stories, personal essays,
photographs, and other visual art work to [sic].

$100 prizes for best written and best visual submissions
We want to see your stuff!

All written submissions should be emailed to Prof. Rosemary Weatherston at weatherr at udmercy.edu. Please send your submission/s as a single MS Word file attachment (do not send multiple submissions in multiple files) and include your contact information. No individual submission should be more than 10 double-spaced typed pages.

Photographers, digital artists, painters,and other visual artists should contact Prof. Weatherston to arrange to upload their images to Dropbox. The original resolution of photographs and images must be at *least* 300 dpi. Please be aware that [sic] is a black and white publication; all color images will be reproduced in grayscale. Please be sure to include your contact information with your submission/s.

All submissions accepted for publication will be considered for two $100 prizes--one for the best written submission and one for the best visual submission.
There is no limit to how many submissions a student may make. Submission deadline is Friday, October 19, 2018. Early submissions are encouraged! Copies of previous issues of [sic] are available online in the Library's special collections.

1.    Adverb, “thus” From the Latin sic erat scriptum "thus was it written." Used after a printed word or passage to indicate that it is intended exactly as printed or to indicate that it exactly reproduces an original 2.    UDM’s irreverent, profound, and visually innovative undergradua...

Student editors are wanted for the next issue of [sic], UDM’s irreverent, profound, and visually innovative student art ...
09/12/2018

Student editors are wanted for the next issue of [sic], UDM’s irreverent, profound, and visually innovative student art journal, which is slated to start production at the beginning of Fall semester, 2018-19. [sic] publishes photography, graphic arts, poetry, fiction, and prose; its mission: giving voice and vision to UDM’s exceptionally creative student body.

If you are an undergraduate and interested in becoming a Content Editor of the next issue, please complete the application sent to your Detroit Mercy email address and send it to Professor Weatherston at weatherr at udmercy.edu by Friday, October 5.

You do not have to be an English major to be a student editor, but a discerning eye, a good ear, an ability to work closely with writers and visual artists, and a stylish commitment to seeing the job through are a must. Previous editing experience is also appreciated.

Detroit Mercy English Department
10/22/2017

Detroit Mercy English Department

That rushing sound you hear? It's the fast approaching Thursday deadline for [sic] submissions! (remember: $100 prizes this year for best written and best visual entries)

Are you a graduate or undergraduate student at UDM?
Do you write? Make or take pictures? Want to be published?
Then submit your poems, short stories, personal essays,
photographs, and other visual art work to [sic]--We want to see your stuff!

All written submissions should be emailed to Prof. Rosemary Weatherston at [email protected]. Please send your submission/s as a single MS Word file attachment (do not send multiple submissions in multiple files) and include your contact information. No individual submission should be more than 10 double-spaced typed pages.

Photographers, digital artists, painters,and other visual artists should contact Prof. Weatherston to arrange to upload their images to Dropbox. The original resolution of photographs and images must be at *least* 300 dpi. Please be aware that [sic] is a black and white publication; all color images will be reproduced in grayscale. Please be sure to include your contact information with your submission/s.

All submissions accepted for publication will be considered for two $100 prizes--one for the best written submission and one for the best visual submission.

There is no limit to how many submissions a student may make. Submission deadline is Thursday, October 26, 2017. Please contact Prof. Weatherston with any questions.

Detroit Mercy English Department
10/03/2017

Detroit Mercy English Department

Reminder! Editor applications for this year's issue of [sic] are due tomorrow, 10/4. Let Prof. Weatherston know if you need an application or have a question: [email protected] .

Student editors are wanted for the next issue of [sic]!UDM’s irreverent, profound, and visually innovative student art j...
09/27/2017

Student editors are wanted for the next issue of [sic]!

UDM’s irreverent, profound, and visually innovative student art journal is slated to start production at the beginning of Fall semester, 2017-18. [sic] publishes photography, graphic arts, poetry, fiction, and prose; its mission: giving voice and vision to UDM’s exceptionally creative student body.

If you are an undergraduate and interested in becoming a Content or Design Editor of the next issue, please complete the application sent to your UDM email address and send it to Professor Weatherston at [email protected] by Wednesday, October 4.

You do not have to be an English major to be a student editor, but a discerning eye, a good ear, an ability to work closely with writers and visual artists, and a stylish commitment to seeing the job through are a must. Design editors should have previous experience with InDesign. All questions are welcome. Please contact Prof. Rosemary Weatherston at [email protected]

[sic], UDM’s student arts journal, is looking for submissions for the 2017-18 issue!Are you a graduate or undergraduate ...
09/25/2017
[SIC] Student Arts Journal :: UDM Libraries / Instructional Design Studio

[sic], UDM’s student arts journal, is looking for submissions for the 2017-18 issue!

Are you a graduate or undergraduate student at UDM?
Do you write? Make or take pictures? Want to be published?
Then submit your poems, short stories, personal essays,
photographs, and other visual art work to [sic]
$100 prizes for best written and best visual submissions
We want to see your stuff!

All written submissions should be emailed to Prof. Rosemary Weatherston at [email protected]. Please send your submission/s as a single MS Word file attachment (do not send multiple submissions in multiple files) and include your contact information. No individual submission should be more than 10 double-spaced typed pages.

Photographers, digital artists, painters,and other visual artists should contact Prof. Weatherston to arrange to upload their images to Dropbox. The original resolution of photographs and images must be at *least* 300 dpi. Please be aware that [sic] is a black and white publication; all color images will be reproduced in grayscale. Please be sure to include your contact information with your submission/s.

All submissions accepted for publication will be considered for two $100 prizes--one for the best written submission and one for the best visual submission.

There is no limit to how many submissions a student may make. Submission deadline is Thursday, October 26, 2017. Early submissions are encouraged! Copies of previous issues of [sic] are available online in the Library's special collections.

Please contact Prof. Weatherston with any questions at [email protected]

10/20/2016

Submission to [sic] 24 are due next week. Come on, you know you want to!

10/05/2016

Interested in editing or designing [sic] this year? Applications are due today, 10/5. If you need an application form, email Prof. Weatherston at [email protected] .

10/27/2015

Submissions for this year's issue of [sic] are due on Wednesday--come on, you KNOW you want to submit!

Submissions are open for Issue 23 of [sic]!Are you a graduate or undergraduate student at UDM?Do you write? Make or take...
10/04/2015
[SIC] Student Arts Journal :: UDM Libraries / Instructional Design Studio

Submissions are open for Issue 23 of [sic]!

Are you a graduate or undergraduate student at UDM?
Do you write? Make or take pictures? Want to be published?
Then submit your poems, short stories, personal essays,
photographs, and other visual art work to [sic].
We want to see your stuff!

All written submissions should be emailed to Prof. Rosemary Weatherston at [email protected]. Please send your submission/s as a single MS Word file attachment (do not send multiple submissions in multiple files) and include your contact information. No individual submission should be more than 10 double-spaced typed pages.

Photographers and other visual artists should contact Prof. Weatherston to arrange to upload their images to Dropbox or submit them on disc to Prof. Weatherston’s mailbox in the CLAE main office, Briggs 108. The original resolution of digital photographs and images must be at *least* 300 dpi. Please be aware that [sic] is a black and white publication; all color images will be reproduced in grayscale. Please be sure to include your contact information with your submission/s.

There is no limit to how many submissions a student may make. Submission deadline is Wednesday, October 28, 2015. Early submissions are encouraged!
Please contact Prof. Weatherston with any questions.

1. Adverb, “thus” From the Latin sic erat scriptum "thus was it written." Used after a printed word or passage to indicate that it is intended exactly as printed or to indicate that it exactly reproduces an original 2. UDM’s irreverent, profound, and visually innovative undergraduate arts jour…

10/20/2014

Submission are due this Friday!

Submissions are open for Issue 22 of [sic] !Do you write? Make or take pictures? Want to be published? Then submit your ...
09/14/2014
[SIC] Student Arts Journal :: UDM Libraries / Instructional Design Studio

Submissions are open for Issue 22 of [sic] !

Do you write? Make or take pictures? Want to be published? Then submit your poems, short stories, personal essays, photographs, and other visual art work to [sic]. We want to see your stuff!

All written submissions should be emailed to Prof. Rosemary Weatherston at [email protected]. Please send your submission/s as a single MS Word file attachment (do not send multiple submissions in multiple files) and include your contact information. No individual submission should be more than 10 double-spaced typed pages.

Photographers and other visual artists may submit their images on disc to Prof. Weatherston’s mailbox in the CLAE main office, Briggs 108. The original resolution of digital photographs and images must be at *least* 300 dpi. Students who wish to email their visual submissions should contact Prof. Weatherston first to make arrangements for large file transfers. Please be aware that [sic] is a black and white publication; all color images will be reproduced in grayscale. Please be sure to include your contact information with your submission/s.

There is no limit to how many submissions a student may make. Submission deadline is Friday, October 24, 2014. Early submissions are encouraged! Copies of previous issues of [sic] are available outside the door of Briggs 228 and online in the Library's special collections.

1. Adverb, “thus” From the Latin sic erat scriptum "thus was it written." Used after a printed word or passage to indicate that it is intended exactly as printed or to indicate that it exactly reproduces an original 2. UDM’s irreverent, profound, and visually innovative undergraduate arts jour…

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