May 29, 2020

The Nighthawk Review

The Nighthawk Review, USU Eastern’s literary magazine, has enjoyed a long run as a place for students to publish and share their creative writing and this year is no different.
The magazine, which collects short stories, poems, and plays written by USU Eastern students, is published once a year in the spring and is currently accepting submissions. The magazine is edited by students under the guidance of Dr. Jason Olsen, faculty advisor.

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The Nighthawk Review, USU Eastern’s literary magazine, has enjoyed a long run as a place for students to publish and share their creative writing and this year is no different.
The magazine, which collects short stories, poems, and plays written by USU Eastern students, is published once a year in the spring and is currently accepting submissions. The magazine is edited by students under the guidance of Dr. Jason Olsen, faculty advisor.
“I help the students with the basics of how to create the magazine,” Olsen said. “But the creative stuff is up to them. Everything that is submitted to the magazine comes to me and I remove information about the writer before give it to my editors. Those editors make the decisions based on the quality of the work.”
If students are interested in submitting their work, they have two options available. First, they can go to the writing center in WIB 208 where they can fill out an information form and drop off their work.
Or they can submit their work via email to [email protected]. If submitting by email, students should be sure to include their name and a phone number.
The Nighthawk Review will be accepting applications through Feb. 28 and the spring issue is scheduled to be released in April. Any questions about the journal should be directed to [email protected].

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