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SLCC's Folio Art & Literary Magazine Seeking Submissions

If you'd like to share your creative side, Salt Lake Community College's Folio, an online and print art and literary magazine, is accepting submissions for possible publication.



All submissions must be works created by current students, faculty, or staff of Salt Lake Community College. All work must be original. Accepted submissions may be published in the print version of Folio, featured exclusively at folioslcc.org, and/or presented at the Folio Publication Party. Longer pieces, if selected for the print edition, may be excerpted for print and published in full in the online edition.

All published prose pieces are copy-edited for punctuation and spelling errors. Include your full name, email address, phone number, S number, and title of work. Please submit no more than 10 pieces per person. The deadline for submissions is October 14, 2015.


For more information, visit http://folioslcc.org.

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