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LLP: Calliope

Submission Deadline is Febrary 2017

Thank you to all the students who submitted to the 2016 edition. We have a limited number of  2016 Calliope issues left. Pick up your free copy  located in the lobby of Gamble Hall.

Calling all writers, poets and artists!

Submit your original work of fiction, poetry, visual art or creative nonfiction. The submission deadline is February 1, 2017. All entries will be reviewed and considered for publication. The best works from the categories of fiction, poetry and art will be honored with the Lillian Spencer Award (which includes a cash prize).

Enter your submissions here!


Calliope is celebrating 33 years of showcasing the best that Armstrong’s literary and artistic minds have to offer. Calliope is a great opportunity for students to get published and share their creative genius. Join us in making this 33nd edition the best one yet!

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Robert Terry

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