The Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine Seeks Submissions for Issue 7

The Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine Seeks Submissions for Issue 7
Victoria Waters

The Diamond Line literary magazine is a student-produced publication that showcases the finest creative work of U of A undergraduates. Issue 6, created in Fall 2022, is available online at now.

The Diamond Line is seeking new submissions of original fiction, poetry and visual arts for Issue 7, set for release at the end of the Spring 2023 semester. Other artistic media are encouraged as well as the publication expands its creative reach. Submissions are open now. 

Submission Guidelines

  • Include your last name and the genre of your work in the email subject line (ex: student lastname_poetry submission).
  • Poetry packets can include up to three poems but cannot exceed 12 pages.
  • Fiction is limited to 5,000 words.
  • Visual art should be formatted as a scanned copy or a high-resolution image.
  • Students must attach their name, ID number and a cover letter with their submission(s).

 Students may email their submissions to to be reviewed by the staff and can expect to hear from editoral staff by mid-semester.

Multiple submissions are allowed and encouraged. If your work is accepted elsewhere, notify the editorial team. More information about the process and requirements, and examples of previous magazine issues, can be found at



Jane V. Blunschi, assistant director, Program in Creative Writing and Translation
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