The Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine Extends Submission Deadline for Issue 3

The Diamond Line Issue 2 Cover Art: "Pandemic Prom" by Autumn Blaylock

The Diamond Line Issue 2 Cover Art: "Pandemic Prom" by Autumn Blaylock

The Diamond Line undergraduate literary magazine is seeking submissions for Issue 3. The deadline for submissions has been extended to March 5.

The magazine's editors welcome original works of poetry, visual art, and prose, including creative nonfiction and drama.

Updated submission guidelines can be found on the magazine's website

Work received on or before Feb. 12 need not be re-submitted, but writers and visual artists who plan to submit work thereafter should review the updated guidelines carefully.

Questions may be directed to litmag@uark.edu.

A student-run publication, The Diamond Line is the product of English 3903, Literary Magazine Production. Issue 2, produced in the Fall 2020 semester, is available online.

The Diamond Line intends to showcase the original creative work of University of Arkansas undergraduate students.

Submissions will be reviewed by the editorial staff, and submitters can expect a decision by late March 2021.

Issue 3 of The Diamond Line will be released in May of 2021.

 

Contacts

Jane Blunschi, assistant director, Program in Creative Writing and Translation
Department of English
479-575-4301, mfa@uark.edu

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