APIARY Magazine, a free literary magazine with a circulation of 10,000 that publishes the best new writing by Philadelphia authors of all ages and genres has an opportunity for you!
They are currently running a (free) writing contest to find work to help us launch our new website in June of this year. The first prize winner will get a short film made from their piece. The 2nd and 3rd place winners will be published on an illustrated broadside. Other outstanding entries will be the first pieces to appear on our new site, apiarymagazine.com. Our deadline is March 13, 2015 (although we will likely extend to March 20 for all the procrastinators out there!).
You can read how to submit at www.apiarymagazine.com/submissions.
Writing Studies Alum Danielle Bullen (’12) will offers tips on editing and freelancing.
Danielle will discuss her career as a Senior Associate Editor for ADVANCE newsmagazines. She is also a web-based freelancer, most recently for SkilledUp. Learn about working in publishing as an editor or freelancer.
All students are welcome!
Gerry LaFemina believes poetry is the highest art form; believes everyone should rock out with a guitar at least once–even if they can’t play; believes teaching is a calling; believes the New York City subways are beautiful (even if they smell badly); believes in love, bigfoot and other mythic creatures; believes in the power of a good meal, a good night’s sleep, good wine, etc; believes laughter is a type of prayer….
A graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, LaFemina holds an MFA in Poetry from Western Michigan University as well as an MA in Literature with an emphasis on Twentieth-century Literature from WMU. He has taught at Nazareth College, Kirtland Community College, West Virginia University, Wheeling Jesuit University and Sarah Lawrence College. He directs the Frostburg Center for Creative Writing at Frostburg State University, where he is an Associate Professor of English.
Gerry LaFemina’s fiction has appeared in Colorado Review, American Fiction, Bellevue Literary Review and other literary journals. He received the North American International Auto Show award for the story “Proofreading America” and the Renaissance City Fiction Prize for “Consolation Prize.” He’s currently at work on a new novel and a new collection of stories.