Broadside organization is run entirely by current Bradley students who love writing and art. Student committees evaluate pieces for publication in the
journal through an anonymous selection process. Only the Editor-in-Chief knows who submits each piece. Broadside holds at least one Open Mic
night each year. These events are opportunities for students to share their creative work with each other. Any student may read or perform at these
events or sit in the audience and enjoy. Watch for flyers around campus announcing Broadside events and deadlines.
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Broadside will not publish more than 3 pieces of work by any one student. Please do not submit more than 5 poems and/or 3 prose pieces. Each submission should have a separate Poetry/Prose Submission Form.
Pieces should not exceed 3,500 words. Prose should be double-spaced and can be in the form of fiction, plays, screenplays, and creative non-fiction. Accepted writers will be notified by email.
Do not include your name in the submission. If your piece is more than 1 page long, include page # of total pages on each page. Be sure to include a title on your submission.
Electronic submissions should be sent in .doc or .pdf format.
If you are unable to upload your submission please fill in the rest of your information and print the submission form before clicking “submit.” Attach the printed form to a printed copy of your submission and drop it off at our office, Sisson 329. (If you are able to upload your submission you do NOT need to submit a printed copy.)
All work must be accompanied by a submission form. This form allows us to have complete information about each submission and contributor and to evaluate all work anonymously. Each submission should have a separate submission form.
Contact any officer with questions at email@example.com.
All work must be accompanied by a Submission Form. This form allows us to have complete information about each submission and contributor and to evaluate all work anonymously.
Broadside will not publish more than 3 pieces of work by any one student. Please do not submit more than 5 pieces of artwork. Each submission should have a separate Art Submission Form.
To submit artwork:
If you experience any problems with the online submission:
Broadside cannot ensure the return of submitted materials. Originals CANNOT be submitted.
Please include your name on any disk you submit, but not on any print version.
All work must be accompanied by an Art Submission Form. This form allows us to have complete information about each submission and contributor and to evaluate all work anonymously.
Accepted artists will be notified by email.
Contact any officer at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
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The Editor-in-Chief reserves the right to make executive decisions regarding the contents of and publication of the Broadside Journal as well as the management of Broadside organization.
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The name of this organization shall be Broadside: Literary Arts Magazine
The purpose of this club shall be to foster an interest in literary and visual art work of the students, faculty and staff of the university, and to give students the opportunity to publish a literary magazine promoting the aforementioned, and to sponsor poetry/prose readings, art shows, workshops, and/or other activities promoting the aforementioned
Section 1. Any student regularly enrolled in Bradley University may become a member of the Broadside staff, with editing and other powers as delegated by the Editor-in-Chief, who is appointed by the Communications Council of Bradley University.
Section 2. There are no dues or membership prerequisites for participation in the activities of Broadside.
Section 1. The executive officers of Broadside shall be as follows:
Editor-in-Chief, Associate Editors, Business Manager, and Events Coordinator.
Section 2. Duties Editor-in-Chief. To oversee all aspects of production of the literary magazine, and other activities sponsored by Broadside, including its dealings with the public and its governing body, the Communications Council. Associate Editors. To assist the editor. Business Manager. To oversee the financial stability and responsibilities of Broadside and to answer to a make reports to the Editor and Communications Council. Events Coordinator. To organize and plan multi-media events sponsored by Broadside.
Section 1. Elections The position as Editor-in-Chief and Business Manager are made by appointment of the Communications Council, while all others are made by the Editor-in-Chief, but subject to approval by the Communications Council.
Section 2. Amendments Amendments to this constitution may be made by the Editor-in-Chief, except when such changes would conflict with the guidelines set forth by the Communications Council.
The name of this organization shall be Broadside: Writers and Artists.
The name of this organization’s main publication shall be Broadside Literary Arts Journal.
The Editor-in-Chief may add and/or delete officer positions each year as necessary,
with the exception of Business Manager, whose position, like the Editor-in-Chief’s,
is allotted and preserved by the Communications Council.
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Web del Sol
Links to professional literary journals, information on contests and prizes. Great place to start if you’re looking into submitting your work to journals.
Academy of American Poets
Has many online versions of “famous” poets poems and short biographies. Also has audio records of poets reading their poems.
Illinois Poet Laureate
Bradley University’s Professor Kevin Stein. Site has information on Dr. Stein’s work, Bradley University student award winning poems, and audio and video recordings of “famous” poets performing their work.
Bradley University English Department
Be sure to read the section about the creative writing contests.
Bradley University Art Department