Interview with Katrina Lantz, Staff Choice Award in Literature

May 5, 2021

Katrina Lantz is a Neuroscience major at BYU in Utah. Katrina is the author of three books (two are part of a three book children’s series)— Drats, Foiled Again! (April 2018), Bombs Away (June 2019), and The Healing Bucket (March 2019), all self-published from Lion Spark Publishing. She has written middle-grade superhero/supervillain books for the whole family and Christian motivational books for adults. Her interests include—neuroscience, natural … Read More

Interview with Julia Seaton, WRHC Award in Short Fiction

May 3, 2021

Julia Seaton is a violin performance and honors humanities major Azusa Pacific University. She has won the 2021 Western Regional Honors Council award for short fiction with her piece “The Eye of a Cover.” Keep reading below to learn more about Julia’s inspiration from an exclusive interview with her.   What was your inspiration for The Eye of a Cover?   I wrote … Read More

Interview with John Adair, Staff Choice Award in Art

April 28, 2021

What is your major?   I’m seeking an associate’s degree in Multimedia Design.  How long have you been doing photography?   Since my senior year of high school, 2008.  Would you say “Candy-Wrapped” is a good representation of the art you usually create? If not, how does this piece differ from your other works?   I would say … Read More

Interview with Kahlo Smith, Editor’s Choice Award in Literature

April 19, 2021

Kahlo Smith’s Clay Boy is an anthropology and religious studies major in her third year at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her poem “Clay Boy,” published in the 2021 edition of Scribendi, received the Editor’s Choice Award in literature. Read our exclusive interview with Kahlo below!       What first inspired you to write “Clay Boy”?  I … Read More

Interview with Jenna Rhodes, Editors Choice Award in Art

April 15, 2021

“Which is Jim? Which is me? Am I ‘me,’ or does ‘me’ refer to you?”  Drumroll, please… The 2021 Editors Choice Award goes to… Jenna Rhodes for her linocut print of The Ballad of Me n’ Jim. Jenna is a senior in the printmaking BFA program at Utah State University while staying creative in her spare time by sewing, dancing, singing, and of course … Read More

Interview with Marie Adele Little, WRHC Award in Open Media

April 12, 2021

Marie Adele is a junior studying architecture at the University of New Mexico’s School of Architecture and Planning. Marie Adele is involved in the American Institute of Architecture Students, Phi Eta Sigma National Honors Society, LoboTHON, and Chi Omega fraternity along with Honors College. Her submission, El Malpias: A Diné Collection of Pomes, earned her the WRHC Open Media Award! Read our exclusive interview with Marie … Read More

March/Early April, Update on Zoom Magazine Production

April 5, 2021

March 31, 2021  The unique situation of having to work remotely this semester has not hindered our progress in creating a magazine that we are proud to share with the world, but (probably like most people) in the current quarantined environment, there is a general feeling of burnout because of the purely remote working situation. … Read More

Inside the Review Process

December 2, 2020

Happy end of the semester everyone! Or, if it’s not a happy end of the semester for you, our sincerest condolences. We hope the next will be better.We’ve been ramping up to Winter break over here at Scribendi the only way we know how: reviewing submissions! This year we received a total of 481 submissions, … Read More

As the semester comes to a close…

November 23, 2020

Hello followers of Scribendi!  As the Fall semester is ending, we, the staff, wanted to send out a huge thank you to everyone who sent in submissions for the 2021 edition of Scribendi. We have been working diligently to read every poem and story, view every piece of artwork and photography, and finalize our selection … Read More

Scribendi 2020 Pacemaker Finalists

October 25, 2020

For the first time since 2014, Scribendi was named a Pacemaker award finalist by the Associated College Press in the category of literature and arts magazines. Each year, the ACP evaluates hundreds of collegiate newspapers, magazines, and other media from schools across the United States, selecting the strongest publications in each category to celebrate. According … Read More