This is just in from the Seed editors. Note that as well as offering publishing opportunities, there's a chance to put your hand up to grab some editing or proofreading experience! All three editors are past PWE students, so they know the type of experience you're like to have, so why not go for it? Help them out and help yourselves establish a track record at the same time.
Attention all VU Writers and Artists!
We want to publish your work, opinions, thoughts and ideas!
This is just in from the Seed editors. Note that as well as offering publishing opportunities, there's a chance to put your hand up to grab some editing or proofreading experience! All three editors are past PWE students, so they know the type of experience you're like to have, so why not go for it?
We are now taking submissions for Issue Four (Deadlines: articles/artwork – September 4th; advertisements – September 6th). The theme is CENSORSHIP & the UNDERGROUND.Censorship comes in many forms. There's self-censoring, censoring of children, billboard censorship, government policies censoring our media intake, military powerbrokers censoring what is reported to us—the general public. The underground: pretty straight forward in relation, so interpret however you will—go wild. Sends us your submissions, and do so uncensored. You can choose any topic, touch on any subject: just try to relate it (however remotely) back to the theme.
Submit your essays, reviews, fiction/non-fiction pieces, poetry, artwork, etc to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guidelines are as follows:
Format: Times New Roman, 12pt, single space
Article word count: 1500 words (flexible for essays)
Reviews, Letters and Opinions word count: between 200-250 words
Any picture you wish to submit with articles will be considered, and should conform to the requirements below:
High resolution digital photo or scan minimum of 300 dpi
.TIFF and .JPG file format
File title to include a brief description of work
All email submissions must have a title and author name in the subject field. In addition, title, author name and contact details must be included in any article, review, poem or artwork.
Writers/illustrators will be notified via email as to whether or not their work has been selected for publication. Submissions will be edited and you may be contacted by an editor throughout the process.
A Few Sections to Poke your Pen at (hopefully regular)
·Letters and Opinions: respond to previously published work, comment on a current issue, or just have a good whinge about something (not a waxing rant though—about 200 words).
·Student Successes: know anyone whose taken off from the VU launch pad? Interview them—let us all know what they’re up to and how they got there.
·Reviews: give us your take on a record, book, live performance, festival, venue, sporting event, etc. You can either snatch the material we tee up (email your interest—first in best dressed) or bring your own gear to the party.
The following books are available to review from SEED:
Adam Creed – Suffer the Children
Julie Myerson – The Lost Child
Carlos Ruiz Zafón – The Shadow of the Wind
Anne Michaels – The Winter Vault
Glenn Cooper – Library of the Dead
Gail Jones – Black Mirror
Jason Goodwin – The Bellini Card
Contact the SEED email to express your interest in reviewing one of these titles.
SEED avidly seeks contributions from areas across all VU faculties: Arts, Education and Human Development; Business and Law; Health, Engineering and Science.
If you would like to get your hand into a bit of editing/proofreading, SEED is now also looking for volunteers who would like to become involved in the production of SEED.
For any and all enquires, suggestions, questions and submission pitches, please contact us at email@example.com