IUSB Creative Writers and Scholars should consider presenting your work at IUSB’s annual Undergraduate Research Conference. Submit individually, or consider submitting with friends and classmates to create a Creative Writing panel. The event will be April 19, 2013. Deadline to submit is April 5, 2013. LInk: https://www.iusb.edu/undergrad-research/undergrad-research-conference.php
Proposals for the Undergraduate Research Conference are due by 5pm on April 5, 2013. To submit a proposal, please fill out the form below. If you are proposing a presentation, you should summarize that presentation in the “Abstract” section. If you are proposing a pre-formed panel, you should describe the subject of the panel, summarize your own contribution to it, and list the names of the other panelists (no more than 4). Each of the other panelists should then fill out the form separately.
The Elkhart Truth is looking for interns. Visit the IUSB Career and Internship Fair on March 27 for more info (and free t-shirts!). Link: https://www.iusb.edu/career-events/career-fair/index.php
2013 IU South Bend Career and Internship Fair
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
2 – 5 pm
Student Activities Center (SAC)
Professional Dress Required for Entry to the Fair
Submit to the Norman Mailer High School and College Writing Awards: http://www.ncte.org/awards/student/nmwa?roi=echo4-22193046956-20016473-1d2807f2ced550f3598171cc821cdfa3&
Students may submit work in any of the many subgenres of creative non-fiction: memoir or autobiography, essay, literary journalism, or profiles of people or places. Submissions may be “conventional” or “experimental” and may represent any creative non-fiction tradition. However, the best work will demonstrate compelling literary merit. Open to high school and college levels. Submissions not falling within the guidelines outlined below will not be considered. Late entries will not be accepted.
Entries accepted March 1–April 30, 2013, Noon CST.
Track your writing progress: http://750words.com/
And a link to a short Harper’s article on the origins of stories – and all the stories that feed the stories we write: