The Runestone Literary Journal out of Hamline University, St. Paul, is accepting works of fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction that have not been previously published. Deadline for submissions is October 1st.
The Midwest Journal of Undergraduate Research invites students to submit manuscripts for publication in their 2017 issue. For more information visit the website, and submit manuscripts to [email protected]. Deadline is January 15, 2017.
Research and Graduate Study Opportunities
The Davies-Jackson Scholarship is an opportunity for Seniors graduating in 2017 or recent graduates who have not begun graduate school who are also among the first generation in their families to graduate from college. It offers the chance to apply at St. John's College, University of Cambridge, for the Cambridge Affiliated BA degree program. It covers all fees, room, and board. Deadline for applications is October 21, 2016.
The University of York offers a wide range of MA and PhD programs in English literature. Students combine intensive seminar study and specialized research in historic York, England. More information can be found on the University of York website.
In addition to a large number of all-college events in which English majors participate, there are many activities growing specifically out of the English major.
The student newspaper, Chips, is typically advised by an English faculty member and includes a large number of English majors and minors.
The Oneota Review is an annual literary review published by students and advised by an English faculty member.
The Luther College chapter of the international English honor society, Sigma Tau Delta, hosts a wide range of academic and social events.
Hosting of visiting writers. View images of visiting writers and read about our Creative Writing courses.
Performances such as: local ArtHaus poetry slams, student open-mic nights, a recently completed Paradise Lost, and annual Shakespeare production by the students of the course "Shakespeare Performed."
Faculty and student organized out-of-town trips to readings, theatre performances, and lectures.
Social events such as fall or spring picnics, the annual Literary-themed Halloween party, a Baccalaureate party for graduates and their families, frequent dinners, and class meetings in faculty homes.
The Associated Colleges of the Midwest sponsors an annual short story contest for students at participating colleges, including Luther. View the ACM "Nick Adams" Short Story Contest Guidelines.