Open for Submissions

As the school year kicks off we are back in the swing of things here at BGSU. We are open to all submissions again (fiction, non fiction, poetry, and art). Send us your best work and hopefully it will appear in our next issue!

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Submissions Closed for Summer

Thanks for all of the submissions for the 2017 issue of Prairie Margins. While our editors are enjoying their summer break, we will not be accepting submissions. Thank you for your interest in our magazine, and please check back here in the fall. Have a great summer, and keep writing!

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FUSE CONFERENCE 2016 – Last Call for Proposals

The deadline to submit your proposal for the 2016 FUSE Conference is Tomorrow, September 21st. Get your proposals in! However, the deadline to attend FUSE is October 19th. Information about FUSE is below.

The Prairie Margins staff is proud to announce that this year, the FUSE Conference will be held at Bowling Green State University!

FUSE will be held from Thursday, November 3rd until Saturday the 5th at BGSU. Anyone who attends is also welcome to join us for Winter Wheat : The Mid-American Review Festival of Writing. The deadline to register to attend FUSE is Wednesday, October 19th.

This year, we’re calling for proposals about Literary Citizenship. Proposals must be no more than 150 words and must be submitted by Wednesday, September 21st.

Please see this document to get more information about proposals and FUSE:

FUSE 2016 CALL

Please see this document to get information about how to register:

FUSE 2016 REGISTRATION FORM

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FUSE Conference 2016

The Prairie Margins staff is proud to announce that this year, the FUSE Conference will be held at Bowling Green State University!

FUSE will be held from Thursday, November 3rd until Saturday the 5th at BGSU. Anyone who attends is also welcome to join us for Winter Wheat : The Mid-American Review Festival of Writing. The deadline to register to attend FUSE is Wednesday, October 19th.

This year, we’re calling for proposals about Literary Citizenship. Proposals must be no more than 150 words and must be submitted by Wednesday, September 21st.

Please see this document to get more information about proposals and FUSE:

FUSE 2016 CALL

Please see this document to get information about how to register:

FUSE 2016 REGISTRATION FORM

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We’re open for submissions!

Calling all undergraduate writers and artists! Prairie Margins is now accepting submissions in all genres (fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and art) for our 2017 issue. Visit our Submissions page to learn more about our guidelines and submit.

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Submit! Submit! Submit!

Hey Writers! Its coming to that time of year when our reading period comes to a close. Be sure to get your submissions in before March 1st to be considered for our 2016 issue. For more information, visit our submissions tab. Email prairie@bgsu.edu with any questions!

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Better Late than Never — The 2014 e-book is here!

There were some delays in releasing the 2014 e-book, but we’re proud to say that it has arrived! Hop over to our E-book page to download the two most recent issues of Prairie Margins!

The process of converting a book into an e-book can be long and tedious, but when everything comes together, it makes for an awesome addition to any e-reader device. Normally our distribution of Prairie Margins would be limited to print copies–and we have limited budget. E-books allow us to spread the work of our wonderful authors far and wide.

With a literary journal like Prairie Margins, each book is different. When we get formatted poetry and unusual works, it can make conversion to e-book a bit difficult. But between our tech editor and his best friend Google, it usually ends up alright.

We’re proud to bring our 2014 issue of Prairie Margins to your e-reader devices! If you have any suggestions for improvement, please feel free to leave us a comment. We’re always looking for ways to bring a better magazine into the world.

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