Runes Literary Magazine
Get your copy of our 2017 magazine. Pay $10.00 in the front office, and bring your receipt to RM:215 to pick up your magazine.
Runes is currently Closed for submissions.
Submission window is open from
January 1st-April 1st!
Keep creating & preparing to upload!
BHS students, faculty, and alumni are invited to submit their work. The focus of the literary magazine is on current students, and time spent in and around our school community. Two entries of any writing genre or art medium are accepted, per person, each trimester. Submissions will be reviewed anonymously by a panel of students and the faculty advisor.
Runes Art & Literary Magazine accepts the following mediums of expression:
· Fiction (short-stories)
· Creative Nonfiction/Memoir
· Music Lyrics or Scanned Musical Scores
· Photography (May Include Digital Pictures of Industrial Arts Projects)
· Graphic Design
· Scans of Paintings or Drawings
· Must be a current BHS student, faculty member, or alumni.
· Limit 2 entries per person (i.e. two writing pieces OR two art pieces OR one writing piece and one art piece).
· Each writing submission can be up to 2,000 words maximum.
· Must be submitted both electronically and as a printed hard copy.
· The hard copies must not have your name on it, and be delivered “Attn: Mr. Meyer.” Or you may deliver your hard-copy to RM: 215 before or after school
· Each art submission must include a title and may include a short description (no more than 10 words) of the medium used and/or where the photo was taken.
· Please submit your work as an attachment. Writing must be submitted as .doc or .docx. Art must be submitted at its highest resolution as a .jpeg or png file.
· Please submit your work as separate files (i.e. do not submit two works in one document).
· Delete your name or other personal information from any attachments, as Runes submissions are read anonymously.
· The email subject header should read “Runes Submission:” followed by the genre of your submission (i.e. Runes Submission: Fiction & Photography).
· Include in the body of your email 1 short contributor’s note. This must be written in the third person and can describe you/your work in general, as well as your grade level and something interesting about you (this may be silly or serious; check our bios for examples). This will be published alongside your work if it is accepted.