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LLP: Calliope

About Calliope:

Calliope is Armstrong's literary and artistic journal that offers a great opportunity for students to get published and share their creative work with fellow students, faculty, and potential employers. Calliope is celebrating 34 years of showcasing the best that Armstrong's literary and artistic minds have to offer.

Writers and Artists:

Submit your original work(s) of fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, art or photography for your chance to be published in Armstrong's literary and artistic journal, Calliope. The submission deadline is March 5, 2018. All entries will be reviewed by a group of your peers and considered for publication.

The best works from the categories of fiction, poetry, and art will be honored with the Lillian Spencer Award and a cash prize.

Submission Deadline: March 5, 2018

Enter your submissions here!

Inquiries, Questions, & Comments:

Senior Editor: Taylor M. Surine

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Robert Terry


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