The semester is just kicking off but we have a lot of work to do. The Prairie Margins staff will no be meeting during the first week of classes, but feel free to join us during our first meeting of the semester on January 23, at 5:30pm in the second floor lounge of East Hall. We will be making the game plan for the semester which will undoubtedly include plenty of prose, poetry, coffee, and mustaches.
Information at a glance:
What: Prairie Margin’s 50th anniversary edition launch party
When: Thursday, November 14th, 2013 at 9:00pm
Where: Bowen-Thompson Student Union room 316
Join us for an open mic, coffee, and readings from our past contributors.
Come and join Prairie Margins tomorrow night for the launch of our 50th anniversary issue! We will have coffee, an open mic, and we will be kicking off the event with readings from past contributors to Prairie Margins. Start Winter Wheat the right way before sowing the seeds of Winter Wheat on Friday and Saturday.
Haven’t registered for Winter Wheat yet? Hurry up, spots are going fast! Visit bgsu.edu/midamericanreview to register now!
Welcome back to another great year for Prairie Margins! We are putting the final touches on the 50th anniversary issue, but that doesn’t mean you can’t tag along for the 51st! Check out our Get Involved page to find out how to become one of our awesome editors.
Here’s the quick info for you:
We meet at 5:30PM on Wednesdays this semester.
You can find us in East Hall in the second floor lounge 90% of the time. If we’re not, then someone will be outside the lounge to direct you to the right location.
All you have to bring is yourself and a team-friendly attitude!
Looking to submit?
Check out our submissions page above for all of our guidelines and submission information for our 51st issue of Prairie Margins!
Armed with Prairie Margins issues and mustaches, editors and staff members sat at the table in the Book Fair.
We are extending the deadline for the 2013 issue to March 15. You have one more month to submit your work. Take a look at out Submission page for submission guidlines. In other news, we will be taking current and back issues to the AWP Writer’s Conference in Boston, so maybe we’ll see you there.