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Folio Submission Guidelines

 

To submit your work to Folio magazine, you must be an SCSU undergraduate student (part or full-time) during the 2011-2012 academic year.  All work is read anonymously and judged by a diverse group of student editors.  The deadline for submissions is Sunday, December 18, 2011.

COVER SHEET: Please include a separate document titled Cover Sheet with the following information:

Name of Student:

Student I.D. #:

Mailing Address:

Telephone #:

Email Address:

Genre:

Title of works:

Please submit a separate cover sheet document with each genre (poetry, fiction, etc.) you are submitting.

Please follow the instructions below for specific genre submission guidelines.  Save your submissions for one genre in one document, and then name the file Submission [Genre], Last Name, First Name.  For example, “FictionCaulfieldHolden.”  If you are submitting in multiple genres, create a new document for each submission.  Please save all submissions in a “.docx” format.  Please note that titles are mandatory for each submitted work.  All submissions should be in 12-point font.  Only put your name in the title of the document; please do not put it on any of the submitted work.

POETRY:

A student may submit no more than 6 poems for consideration. There must only be 1 poem per page but there is no page limit for the 6 poems.

FICTION:

A student may submit a maximum of 3 stories totaling no more than 25 pages.

MEMOIR:

A student may submit a maximum of 2 works of creative non-fiction totaling no more than 20 pages. Research papers and news journalism will not be considered.

ONE-ACT PLAYS:

A student may submit one work of drama in this category. Only one-act plays will be considered.

WHERE TO SUBMIT:

-E-mail your cover sheet document and your separate submission document(s) to foliolitmagsubs@gmail.com If you would like to volunteer to read submissions, you may also contact this address.

 

We are eager to read your work.

The editors –

Jared Coffin, Tom Hils, Geoff Troup, Angelo Gallo, Laura Coffill, Joe Ferraro, Joe McCarthy

 

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DEADLINE: Friday, December 10, 2010

To submit your work to Folio magazine, you must be an SCSU undergraduate student (part or full-time) during the 2010-2011 academic year.

COVER SHEET: Please include a separate document titled Cover Sheet with the following information:

Name of Student:

Student I.D. #:

Mailing Address:

Telephone #:

Email Address:

Genre:

Title of works:

Please submit a separate cover sheet document with each genre (poetry, fiction, etc.) you are submitting.

Please follow the instructions below for specific genre submission guidelines.  Save your submissions for one genre in one document, and then name the file Submission Genre, Last Name, First Name.  For example, “FictionLitrentaLisa.”  If you are submitting in various genres, create a new document for each submission   Please save all submissions in a “.doc” format.  Please note that titles are mandatory for each submitted work.  All submissions should be in 12-point font.  Only put your name in the title of the document; please do not put it on any of the submitted work.

POETRY:

A student may submit no more than 6 poems for consideration. There must only be 1 poem per page but there is no page limit for the 6 poems. Please submit 1 copy of each poem. 

FICTION:

A student may submit a maximum of 3 stories totaling no more than 25 pages. Please submit 1 copy of each story.

CREATIVE NON-FICTION:

A student may submit a maximum of 2 works of creative non-fiction totaling no more than 20 pages. Research papers and news journalism will not be considered. Please submit 1 copy of each piece.

ONE-ACT PLAYS:

A student may submit one work of drama in this category. Only one-act plays will be considered. Please submit one copy of each one-act play.

WHERE TO SUBMIT:

-E-mail your cover sheet document and your separate submission document(s) to lisa.litrenta@scsufolio.org.

Please email lisa.litrenta@scsufolio.org with any questions, comments, inquiries, complaints, etc.

2010 Folio Released

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The 2010 Folio has been released!

2010 Folio Front Cover

2010 Folio Front Cover

Art from Oct 2

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Art by Chad A. Carino

October 2nd Reading

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Stop by on Friday at 7:30pm in the Student Center’s Fire Place Lounge to hear

  • Fiction from Amanda Gamache

  • Poetry by Joseph Bebon

  • Art by Chad Carino

There will be Refreshments, and you can RSVP and show your support on our Facebook Page!

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The Folio is beginning to modernize and have the archives online.  The recent issues will be posted and the archives will hopefully begin to be cleaned for online distribution and posted online at the Folio Archives.