Getting your work published is always rewarding, but before that can happen you need to seek out places to submit your work to. Even then, the process of submitting work and then waiting to hear back from literary magazines takes a lot of waiting. The Advanced Creative Writing students learn the ins and outs of getting their work published, from searching through multiple literary magazines to find the best fit for the type of writing piece they are submitting, as well as being aware of the acceptance rate for each literary magazine to help gauge which ones are the best ones to submit to. I recently spoke with senior English major, Hannah Humphries, about what it has been like trying to submit her creative work to literary magazines. ...
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Every Stevenson University English student takes on an internship during their senior year. You would be surprised as to the number of different companies looking for English majors. The following is an interview with Mone Moore, a senior English major who focuses on creative writing, about her experience while working at Mosaic Learning, a company that makes gamefied learning tools using technologies like video and virtual reality. ...Click here to read more.
On February 28th, D. Watkins, author of The Beast Side: (Living and Dying in Black America), visited Stevenson University. During his visit, he taught a Master Class for ENG 281 Street Poetry and ENG 152 Freshmen Humanities Cohort. ...
In recent months, a number of Stevenson University students have had the opportunity to get their creative writing published in multiple literary publications. The following is an interview with one of these students. ...