F&M Alumni Arts Review
There are presently no open calls for submissions.
Submissions are open for Volume V of the F&M Alumni Arts Review! Our theme this year is SIGNS. Deadline: November 22nd, 2015.
For guidelines regarding specific genres, please review the categories below.
We happily accept simultaneous submissions, but let us know immediately if the work is accepted elsewhere. We also accept submissions via the United States Post Office; see Submission Guidelines for that information.
With your submission, please include a short cover letter, and include your name as you'd like it to appear throughout the Review. We'd also appreciate a brief bio that includes your graduating year. Please take a look at our sample bios (below), and make sure yours falls within these parameters.
Your graduating year follows your name (Joe Smith '76). Please include your major and write about yourself in the 3rd person. Limit: 75 words. We encourage you to include contact info if you like (email and/or website); these count as one word each.
Example 1: Marcie Doe ’10 majored in English with a concentration in creative writing. She lives in Anytown, Colorado, where she is the founding editor of The Anytown Review. She has published two poetry chapbooks, and in 2012 was a finalist for Significant Press’s annual poetry contest. Her poetry can be read, her books purchased, and her email address found (and she hopes you'll read/purchase/write) at www.marciedoe.com
Example 2: Edward Jones ‘57 continues to explore the artistic territory to which he was introduced in a much-loved photography course with Professor Right. He majored in business administration and minored in classics, and enjoyed a fruitful career with a Washington, D.C. advertising agency. Now retired, he lives with his wife, Holly Smith-Jones ’59, on the Chesapeake Bay, where they love to walk their dogs. Please be in touch! email@example.com.
We look forward to considering your work, and thank you for submitting to the F&M Alumni Arts Review!