Writing News

A listing of campus and community events of interest to MTSU writers.  

  • The Lavinia Project would like to invite you to our end-of-the-semester reading on Friday, December 6th at 6:30 at Cultivate Coworking (107 W. Lytle Street). The reading will feature original poems, storytelling, and music. The Lavinia Project is an expressive writing workshop group and community literacy project comprised of survivors of sexual and/or domestic violence along with their witnesses and allies. We hold workshops every other Monday on campus. Contact Matthew Brown for more information.
  • Poetry in the Boro presents poet Sandy Coomer and other special guests in our semester-end, pre-solstice edition of Poetry in the Boro. At the Walnut House, downtown Murfreesboro, December 19. Doors open at 2:30 pm; features at 7:00; open mic follows.
  • Poet's Corner featuring John Harn. Thursday, December 19, 7-8 pm, Scarritt-Bennett Center, Fondren Hall, 2nd Floor. Nashville. Free and open to the public.

To have your event added to this page, contact Dr. Claudia Barnett.

Calls for Student Writing.

Asterism, the undergraduate literary journal of the Ohio State University Lima campus, is currently accepting submissions of poetry and short stories. The deadline to submit is March 31, 2020. 

 "Do you want to write about Movies, TV, Anime, Arts, Comics, Games, Literature or other art forms? Do you want to get your foot in the door and enter the big-wide world of the online media and have your work read and shared by millions of readers? We invite you to The Artifice, an online magazine that covers a wide spectrum of art forms." Visit our website for more info. 

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has posted a useful guide to undergraduate journals in art and literature.