Student Literary Journal Seeking Submissions
Today we received a letter from Tyler Tyburski, an editor at Scribe, USC’s undergraduate literary journal. They are interested in publishing short scholarly pieces by talented undergraduates. Please consider submitting a strong essay or research paper you wrote for a REL course!
Here’s Tyler’s message:
Scribe, which began almost a decade ago as AngeLingo, has a long tradition of maintaining one of the University’s only entirely student-operated literary journals. Over the years, Scribe has garnered a strong reputation as one of the most reputable on-campus journals and as a great place for undergraduates to receive their first publication. As you are well aware, publishing as an undergraduate can have an enormous impact on the career trajectory of any student—Scribe is proud to offer USC’s best undergraduate writers a portal to this pathway to success.
That said, it is my great pleasure to announce that Scribe is now taking essay submissions for the Spring 2013 semester. We strive to publish complex and innovative work for a college-level audience, highlighting pieces that are written in an engaging vernacular. Thus, on behalf of our entire editorial team, I am requesting that you encourage all of your undergraduate students—especially those crafting undergraduate theses—to submit their pieces for consideration in our upcoming edition no later than Friday, 15 February 2013.
Get in touch with someone (likely an academic advisor) from each department and ask them to forward your email to the undergrad listserv for their department. Also ask your contact to forward your email to faculty in charge of the honors program for each department.
You can learn more about Scribe here:
All inquiries and submissions can be reached here:
Please do not hesitate to contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to receiving submissions!