Call for Submissions for Nest

Nest, a Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) initiative, is issuing a call for submissions for its inaugural issue “In·land”.
Nest is a platform for OCAD U students to publish diverse forms of critical and creative writing. We welcome works which express linguistic diversity and are inclusive of a range of student abilities, year levels, and disciplines. We accept submissions in any language.

In·land is to move inwards;
caught between the stability of being grounded and longing to be near water.
the creation and disruption of borders.
seeing more cement than soil, but knowing that soil is underneath.
the conversation between land and language.
It is within earth, body, and language. Inland is within.

The call is extended to any form of unpublished or self-published creative writing in any language including:
• Experimental and creative non-fiction
• Zines
• Short fiction
• Prose and poetry
• Excerpts of graphic novels
• Transcripts of podcasts
• Sketchbook and journal pages
• Critical essays and other writing you have done for a class

Other forms of writing and creative work will be accepted. If you are unsure about submissions, please do not hesitate to contact us for clarification.
Submissions must be no longer than five standard pages, preferably fewer.
Please submit documents as a .docx and images as a .tiff
The subject line for submission should be “Submission from [your name]” and in the email you should include your major, year of study, and the name you would like to be published under.

Submit work to wac@ocadu.ca
The deadline for submissions is March 5.

If you have any questions about submissions or about the publication, please reach out to us at wac@ocadu.ca. Check nestpublication.wordpress.com for updates.

The editorial board acknowledges the ancestral and traditional territories of the Mississaugas of the New Credit, the Haudenosaunee, the Anishinaabe and the Huron-Wendat, who are the original owners and custodians of the land on which we stand.

Poster: 
Nest Call for Submissions Deadline March 5, 2018
Date: 
Monday, March 5, 2018 - 11:59pm
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Nest Call for Submissions March 5, 2018
Nest Call for Submissions March 5, 2018
/nest/ In∙land Call for Submissions
Monday March 5th, 2018

Call for Submissions for Nest

Nest, a Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) initiative, is issuing a call for submissions for its inaugural issue “In·land”.
Nest is a platform for OCAD U students to publish diverse forms of critical and creative writing. We welcome works which express linguistic diversity and are inclusive of a range of student abilities, year levels, and disciplines. We accept submissions in any language.

In·land is to move inwards;
caught between the stability of being grounded and longing to be near water.
the creation and disruption of borders.
seeing more cement than soil, but knowing that soil is underneath.
the conversation between land and language.
It is within earth, body, and language. Inland is within.

The call is extended to any form of unpublished or self-published creative writing in any language including:
• Experimental and creative non-fiction
• Zines
• Short fiction
• Prose and poetry
• Excerpts of graphic novels
• Transcripts of podcasts
• Sketchbook and journal pages
• Critical essays and other writing you have done for a class

Other forms of writing and creative work will be accepted. If you are unsure about submissions, please do not hesitate to contact us for clarification.
Submissions must be no longer than five standard pages, preferably fewer.
Please submit documents as a .docx and images as a .tiff
The subject line for submission should be “Submission from [your name]” and in the email you should include your major, year of study, and the name you would like to be published under.

Submit work to wac@ocadu.ca
The deadline for submissions is March 5.

If you have any questions about submissions or about the publication, please reach out to us at wac@ocadu.ca. Check nestpublication.wordpress.com for updates.

The editorial board acknowledges the ancestral and traditional territories of the Mississaugas of the New Credit, the Haudenosaunee, the Anishinaabe and the Huron-Wendat, who are the original owners and custodians of the land on which we stand.

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