Get published with the help of Bricolage

3 Dec

First of all–what is Bricolage? Well, Bricolage is an annual journal that publishes short fiction, poetry and artwork created by students, faculty and staff. They are not a club that meets weekly, but if you would like to get involved, let them know here!

Bricolage is now accepting short fiction, poetry and all kinds of artwork for Issue 27! The deadline is Friday, December 4th.

To submit, follow these instructions:

1. Email your piece to bricouw@gmail.com as an attachment.

2. In the subject line of the email, you MUST include what category your submission is: short fiction, poetry or art.

3. You can submit only two entries in each category. Submit each entry separately. For example, you can submit two poems and one piece of short fiction, but you cannot submit four poems or six photographs. If you have any questions about this policy (perhaps if your art is meant to be a series of three pieces), please email us and ask.

4. In the body of the email, make sure to include your full name, the title of your piece and your phone number, in case we need to contact you.

If it is impossible for you to send your piece over email, then you can drop it by Padelford A-2-B, the undergraduate English advising office. Make sure to include your full name, title of your piece, your email and your phone number.

IMPORTANT: Please understand that if you do not follow these guidelines, your submission will not be accepted.

If you have any questions, email us your question at bricouw@gmail.com or check out our Contact Us page.

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