Whether you’ve already composed the perfect poem or you’re looking for some inspiration to get started on your next short story or sculpture, the Woodland Community College literary arts magazine wants to help you gain recognition!

All Woodland Community College students are invited to submit the following types of work:

  • ·        A personal narrative (an autobiographical work)
  • ·        An interesting report, observation, memoir, or musing
  • ·        A short work of fiction/nonfiction
  • ·        A poem/song
  • ·        Original photography
  • ·        Original artwork (include a photo or scan of your work)

All entries will be considered. Top works in each category will be published in the magazine’s 8th issue in December 2016.

What you need to know:

  • ·        You must be enrolled in at least one WCC face to face or online class in Summer or Fall 2016 to participate.
  • ·        Written work must be formatted in MLA style (exceptions made for poetry) and no longer than 1,200 words.
  • ·         Include a brief biography of yourself with your submission.
  • ·        Work must be submitted electronically via email to wccink@gmail.com, and it must not have been previously published.
  • ·        When you submit, Woodland Community College acquires First Rights, or one-time rights. Copyright reverts back to author/artist after publication.
  • ·        There is no limit to the number of entries you submit.

Entries will be accepted at wccink@gmail.com any time up to the final due date: Saturday, October 22, 2016.

The Spring 2016 Issue of Ink, A Literary Arts Magazine, is available for purchase. You can buy a copy at the WCC Bookstore or have one sent to you.