Alden Street Review
Each spring, the students at Springfield College publish a literary magazine called The Alden Street Review. The student editorial board selects from the best poems, short stories, creative nonfiction pieces, and artwork submitted by students, faculty, and staff on campus. Some work comes from pieces sharpened and focused in creative writing courses, but many submissions come from the diverse talent that is an exciting part of the Springfield College community.
The faculty advisor, Justine Dymond, M.F.A, Ph.D., works closely with students as they learn the valuable skills involved in creating a literary magazine: reviewing the submissions and making careful and considered editorial choices, as well as editing, designing, and producing the magazine.
Copies of the literary magazine are free, and are available each spring on the main floor of Weiser Hall, in Babson Library, and the Richard B. Flynn Campus Union.
Students, staff, and faculty are encouraged to submit their work for consideration in the magazine.
Send submissions via e-mail to email@example.com, or send/deliver a hard copy to:
The Alden Street Review
105 Weiser Hall
263 Alden Street
Springfield, MA 01109
All submissions must meet some basic criteria. They must:
- Be fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, and artwork.
- Be clean copies, typed (please, no teacher’s comments or handwritten changes).
- Be clearly marked with the author’s contact information: name, phone number, campus box number, and email address.
- Be free of grammatical and mechanical errors.
- We regret that due to space and budget constraints, we can’t print pieces longer than 1000 words.
- Submissions accepted through February 1, 2013.
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