It’s magazine makin’ season! Over break, each staff member designed a potential cover for the magazine. Within the first couple weeks of the semester we narrowed our choices down to eight potential covers. We have far too many talented designers on staff (lucky for us), so it was mildly heartbreaking for everyone to have to … Read More
Inside the Review Process
The Scribendi staff would like to thank everyone who submitted this year! We have tentatively decided what will be published in 2016. In this blog post, I will describe the review process. First, we read. Over the course of the last month, all three editors and all eleven staffers each read the 127 poems, fifty-two … Read More
Meet the 2016 Staff!
Amaris Ketcham, Faculty Advisor In 5 words or less, describe what you’d do if confronted with a bear wearing a pirate hat wielding a roll of duct tape. Lament holding a honey jar. What is your favorite work of art? The Dante’s Inferno Exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art. What is your most irrational … Read More
(Not Quite) Everything You Wanted To Know About Minimags
It’s that time of year again: minimag time. What, you thought I was going to say finals time? While it’s true that finals are here, I don’t want to blather on about them. And since you’re here reading instead of studying, I’m going to take a guess and say that you also don’t want me … Read More
Last month, the staff started looking through the submissions and compiling their own shortlists for each category. Now we’ve been discussing the shortlists together as a staff, one of the most fun parts of the process. As someone who has had more experience with prose than visual art, I appreciate these discussions a lot; I … Read More