Please note: the deadline for the 2018 issue was December 1, 2017. Work submitted after this date will be considered for the following year's issue, which means you can expect a response by March 1, 2019.

We publish new voices from the Ivy Tech community. You must be a student, faculty, staff, or alumnus of Ivy Tech to submit.

All published contributors will receive one free copy of the magazine. Additionally, Editors will choose the best of the Bloomington submissions to win cash prizes in the Ivy Tech-Bloomington Creative Writing Contest.

Submit up to three textual pieces total. These can be any combination of poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, or drama.

Submit up to three art pieces total.

Submissions must be accompanied by a brief bio (100 words or less).

Deadline for submission is Dec. 1, each year. Editors will respond to contributors by March 1, each year.

We publish new voices from the Ivy Tech community. You must be a student, faculty, staff, or alumnus of Ivy Tech to submit.

Preference will be given to submissions that are concrete and image-based, i.e., works that evoke the five senses and works that avoid sentimentality.

You may submit up to three poems, but each poem should be submitted individually.

Your submission must be an .rtf file.

Submissions are read blind. Do not include your name or address in the submitted document itself. However, please include a short bio (less than 100 words) in the Cover Letter box, your phone number, and identify your Ivy Tech campus.

We publish new voices from the Ivy Tech community. You must be a student, faculty, staff, or alumnus of Ivy Tech to submit.

Preference will be given to submissions that are concrete and image-based, i.e., works that evoke the five senses and works that avoid sentimentality.

You may submit up to two stories, but each story should be no longer than 2,500 words. Submit each story individually.

Your submission must be an .rtf file.

Submissions are read blind. Do not include your name or address in the submitted document itself. However, please include a short bio (less than 100 words) in the Cover Letter box and identify your Ivy Tech campus.

We publish new voices from the Ivy Tech community. You must be a student, faculty, staff, or alumnus of Ivy Tech to submit.

Preference will be given to submissions that are concrete and image-based, i.e., works that evoke the five senses and works that avoid sentimentality.

You may submit up to two plays, but each play should be no longer than 2,500 words. Submit each play individually.

Your submission must be an .rtf file.

Submissions are read blind. Do not include your name or address in the submitted document itself. However, please include a short bio (less than 100 words) in the Cover Letter box and identify your Ivy Tech campus.

We publish new voices from the Ivy Tech community. You must be a student, faculty, staff, or alumnus of Ivy Tech to submit.

Preference will be given to submissions that are concrete and image-based, i.e., works that evoke the five senses and works that avoid sentimentality.

You may submit up to two essays, but each essay should be no longer than 2,500 words. Submit each essay individually.

Your submission must be an .rtf file.

Submissions are read blind. Do not include your name or address in the submitted document itself. However, please include a short bio (less than 100 words) in the Cover Letter box and identify your Ivy Tech campus.

We publish new voices from the Ivy Tech community. You must be a student, faculty, staff, or alumnus of Ivy Tech to submit.

Preference will be given to submissions that are concrete and image-based, i.e., works that evoke the five senses and works that avoid sentimentality.

You may submit up to three images, but each image should be submitted individually.

Your submission must be a .jpg file.

Submissions are considered blind. Do not include your name or address in the submitted document itself. However, please include a short bio (less than 100 words) in the Cover Letter box and identify your Ivy Tech campus.