Lovers of creative writing, here is your opportunity to take your poems, lyrics, plays, and fiction or non-fiction pieces and submit them to the “Creative Quill.”
The Creative Quill is Globe University’s literary journal with creative works written by students. Last year, Globe University-Madison West students submitted five pieces of work. Of those, three students were given the great news that their submissions were published in the Gala 2012, Volume 8 Creative Quill.
Those published were Scott Miller, who penned two poems called “Father”; David Jaworski’s creative short piece called “Through the Window” and Becki Pflager’s two poems titled “Believe” and “Blizzard.”
It was recently announced that Information Technology student, David Jaworski placed 3rd overall in fiction.
When asked about his recognition and published work, David said, “The image they added to my piece captured exactly what I wanted to say. I was really surprised and appreciated it. It was an honor to be published and winning 3rd place was the icing on the cake. I hope to shoot for 1st place next time. It’s such an inspiration to know that others appreciate what I have to say.”
Why submit to the Creative Quill? You can become a published writer! You can add this achievement to your resume! You can receive the adulation of your family and peers! You may even get a chance to win a prize! The Creative Quill committee stated that those who place 1st, 2nd and 3rd in various categories will receive a cash prize.
So what are you waiting for? If you have a passion for creative writing, here is your chance!
Who can submit? Any current student can submit writing to the Creative Quill; during the Winter quarter, submissions from all Globe University/Minnesota School of Business campuses are chosen for publication.
What can be submitted? Poetry, short stories, lyrics, plays (not to exceed eight pages), and creative nonfiction (essays). Maximum number of entries per student is three.
When are submissions due? Thursday, December 6th, 2012 at 5:00 p.m.
How do I enter? Submission forms are available at the Library Desk. You will need to submit both a hard copy and electronic version.
Questions? See Anne Pfennig (email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Anne is available to help with any questions you may have as well as offer critiques of your work, she can be found in the the Academic Skills Center when not teaching a class.
Globe University-Madison West Instructor, Anne Pfennig encourages students to participate this year. “I know we have some great creative writers her at Madison West as I have seen their work. I’m excited so see what our students submit and look forward to more students participate this year.”