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Look for our next edition in the spring!
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What Our Staff Are Saying
“Scribendi was a great idea, it’s up there with the wheel, fire, and the everything bagel.”Caitlin Carcerano
“Bring out the dancing lobsters!”Kimberly Mitchell
“Go-gurt was invented so kids can skateboard and eat yogurt on the go.”Michael Andrews
Stephen McCranie was on the staff of Scribendi 2007. After his work on the magazine, he went on to work in the comics industry and published his own works, such as Mal and Chad, which started as a strip during his college years. His current ongoing project is Space Boy, described as a sci-fi comic … Read More
It’s that time of year again. The days shorten, the leaves change, skeletons adorn every home, coffee suddenly has themed flavors, and the submission date for Scribendi is just around the corner. Yes folks in less than a week your submissions for the 2017 edition of Scribendi must be turned in. Before the clock strikes … Read More
Scribendi’s 2016 silent auction was a howl of a success. “A Howlabaloo,” according to the UNM Alumni website, “is a party. A celebration. A reason to howl, cheer, and show your Lobo spirit!” This year’s UNM Honors College Homecoming Reunion, a Howlabaloo hosted on October 2nd in the Honors forum, attracted alumni, students, and friends … Read More
How many editions of Scribendi did you work on? I worked on Scribendi from fall 2012 to spring 2014 and helped publish the 2013 and 2014 editions. For the 2014 edition I was the Managing Editor. What is your best Scribendi memory? The trip to the 2014 WRHC Conference in Denver! My parents live there, so almost the whole staff drove … Read More
When I tell people that I’m a native Northern Californian and a temporary Oregonian, they’re usually confused about why I’m in New Mexico. I admit, my situation is a little unique. Heck, when I told people I was going to New Mexico for a semester, half of them thought I was going to Mexico and … Read More
Every year, Scribendi’s editors bestow two award to published pieces in the categories of art and literature. This year, the editors chose Krista Zimmerman’s photograph The Ties that Bind Us for the Editors’ Choice Art Award. Scribendi reached out to Krista to find out more about this haunting, tense photograph. The Ties that Bind Us … Read More
“Mandatory” isn’t often met with grins and nods. More often than not, it’s received with groans and mumbled (or sometimes brazenly loud) complaints. August 25th wasn’t much different. After all, who wants to spend three hours on a Saturday evening with seventeen strangers? But, as our professor Amaris Ketcham had instructed, one by one we … Read More