126th Edition: Coming Spring 2019
The Mitre is an annual, student-run publication which accepts all forms of written and visual creative expression. It is currently accepting submissions for its 126th edition. Students (current and past), staff, faculty, and community members are invited to submit their work to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 15, 2018.
Please limit prose to 2500 words and poetry to 150 lines. Multiple submissions are welcome and visual art is highly coveted.
This Year’s Theme: Reflections & Echoes
This year we will be exploring Reflections and Echoes. In creating your pieces, consider the differences between these two ideas and their greater implications. How do reflections and echoes interact? Do they interact? How are such concepts represented or experienced? Are they auditory? Are they visual? What is a reflection or echo to you?
About the Editors
Loch Baillie is a second-year student from Worcester, Massachusetts. Currently pursuing degrees in English Literature and French, he is intrigued by language and is more than thrilled to be a part of this year’s editorial team.
Sally Cunningham is a second-year student from North Vancouver, B.C. She is an English Literature student passionate about story and is delighted by the opportunity to tackle the 126th Mitre alongside her co-editor.