Quadrangle, the Canisius literary and visual arts magazine, invites submissions for its 2021 issue: poetry, paintings, collages, short fiction, non-fiction, editorials, flash fiction, plays, photographs, digital artwork, drawings, printings and visual creations – both traditional and experimental. This year’s theme is “Embers.”
We welcome submissions that touch on any subject matter but are especially interested in pieces that explore the visceral reality of the times we are living in and/or resilience, both personally and nationally. The year 2020 was of major, world-shifting events. Like the glowing embers of a fire, 2021 offers limitless opportunities for change and new beginnings. With Quadrangle 69, we seek to honor bold and boundless work that defies norms and challenges the status quo. Burn bright. “Go Forth and Set the World on Fire.” – St. Ignatius of Loyola.
Submissions will close on March 1 at 11:59 p.m.
Remember that submissions are not required to fit the theme (we will accept anything!), and that you may submit work and be part of the reviewing process later on as well.
We sincerely hope that you will consider submitting to Quadrangle 69
! If you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out to co-editors-in chief, Simone Riter – email@example.com
and Joe Wood – firstname.lastname@example.org
or moderator Mick Cochrane – email@example.com.
We can’t wait to see your submissions!
Submitted by: Simone Riter and Joe Wood, editors-in-chief, Canisius College Quadrangle
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Submitted by: Matt Gorczyca, assistant director, Canisius Fund