Hey NARlings, we’re having a bad fiction contest for the Spring 2013 issue! Have something so bad it’s good. We would LOVE to see it, and, chances are, so would others. The deadline for any entry is before the end of Sunday, May 12, to email@example.com. Submit today!
If you are interested in being staff for Spring Quarter 2013, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
One opportunity to be on staff is to help us select which Fall and Winter entries go into our special Year-in-Review issue.
Also, don’t forget to submit those creative works! We love them.
The submissions are in! Thank you for submitting to this quarter’s issue. We are pleased with the results, which will be shown Wednesday, March 6th in the Locus, after the regularly scheduled CHSC meeting ends, about 6:15pm. There will be food and good times.
Here is a sneak peek at Winter’s issue…
That’s right; we accept nonfiction, stories, dance, art, photos, poetry, music, and videos. Send your submissions to email@example.com by Sunday, Week 7, February 17.
Calling all Narlings! Submission deadlines for this fall quarter are approaching! Send short stories, drawings, poems, photographs, graphic designs, musical compositions, facebook posts for Harry Potter, and other creative works to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last day to submit: Monday, November 12th, 2012
NAR Unveiling in the Locus: Wednesday, November 28th, 2012
NAR’s Spring Quarter Deadline is Wednesday of Week 6 (May 9th) at 3:00 PM! Submit your poems, photos, short stories, manifestos of life, collages, and any other works of art that escaped your creative brain to NAR’s email (email@example.com), and you could be published! We look forward to your submissions!
Also, NAR is doing something special this quarter. We are having a Bad Fiction Contest on top of our regular publication! That’s right. Think of the worst thing you’ve ever read… Mary Sue characters, angsty vampires, unsatisfying endings, superfluous adverbs, and cliches galore… and put it into one piece of gloriously bad writing, maximum 5 pages single spaced. We’re looking for the so-bad-it’s-hilarious type of story, not the so-bad-my-head-is-about-to-explode-in-pain variety. Send your awful writing to firstname.lastname@example.org, and you could go down in history as the best-worst author to be published in NAR. Besides being published, you could also win a prize!