Publish and Read Your Work
There are a number of opportunities for you to read or publish your work.
Armstrong Writers Collective (AWC)
To foster and support writers in the Armstrong community by conducting writing workshops; notifying members about community-sponsored writing events; organizing writing lessons and seminars for members; conducting at least one writing prompt activity and/or workshop activity per meeting; supporting member participation in all areas of writing; and continuing writing growth through newly discovered methods.
Membership is open to all students, faculty, staff, and alumni who both attend and sign-in to no less than one meeting per semester and abide by workshop etiquette. Membership in the AWC does not exclude members from other clubs, organizations, or Greek societies.
Regular meetings of this organization shall be held at a location on Armstrong’s main campus grounds. For information on the next meeting, contact faculty advisor Dr. Tony Morris (email@example.com).
Burning Swamp Student Reading Series
Burning Swamp is Statesboro’s community open mic reading series. Contact Prof. Ben Drevlow (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Calliope, a literary and artistic journal
Calliope is a literary and artistic journal that offers a great opportunity for students to get published and share their creative work with fellow students, faculty, and potential employers. Originally founded at Armstrong over 30 years ago, Calliope showcases the best that our student’s literary and artistic minds have to offer.
Are you a writer or an artist? Submit your original work(s) of fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, art or photography for your chance to be published in the literary and artistic journal Calliope. All entries will be reviewed by a group of your peers and considered for publication.
The best works from the categories of fiction, poetry, and art will be honored with the Lillian Spencer Award and a cash prize.
Direct all inquiries, questions, and comments to the faculty advisor Dr. Robert Terry (email@example.com).
CURIO, the Center for Undergraduate Research and Intellectual Opportunities, is an excellent place for you to present your work and represent our department and the College of Arts and Humanities (CAH). The CURIO symposium is held every Spring semester. You can learn more here or contact our department’s CURIO representatives, Dr. Julia Griffin and Dr. Laura Valeri.
Fledge: A Journal of Outstanding First-Year Writing
fledge is an annual, non-fiction journal produced by the Department of English that showcases exceptional first-year writing done at Georgia Southern University. Highlighting assignments completed in ENGL 1101, 1102, and First-Year Experience (FYE), fledge’s chosen texts may also come from any course taken by freshmen and sophomore authors enrolled in either ENGL 1101 or 1102. Learn more about fledge here.
Last updated: 5/10/2023