Submissions Team Members: Jennifer Morfin
Julietta Morales
Felicia Harris
Connie: can we investigate CLMP and the use of the "Submissions Manager" program?

Question: Do we want to solicit submissions from famous or prominent writers?


Goals:
The mission of Submissions to attract writers, and other artists to submit their works to be a part of Din's Magazine through:
A Mass Email
Radio Advertising
Newspaper Advertising
Flyers
Possibly Zine


New version of Submissions Text (April 28, 2011)

Din:
n. The undergraduate online literary magazine at NMSU
n. A loud noise, a commotion
n. Confused clamor or uproar
v. To assail with loud, continued noise; to impress by persistent repetition

Din, NMSU's online literary magazine, is now accepting submissions.

Submissions are open to everyone. We are especially interested in short, web-friendly, web-aware works (ie. experimental poems, flash fiction,visual images, sound, tweets) and collaborations are welcome. Publishing is restricted to the capabilities of the editorial section and its criteria. The mission of this journal is to give an opportunity and space for groundbreaking, inspirational, unique, and revolutionary artists to showcase their talents.

We will accept multiple submissions from authors, but only one submission per author per mode. Modes included are visual art, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, audio, and video. Maximum submission length is 5 pages/5 poems, 1,500 words for prose and links to multimedia works (preferably 5 min. or less).

Submissions will be read blind. All pieces should be original and never accepted for previous publication.

The editors reserve the right to pair up pieces from separate authors and request changes to the author to fit with editorial needs.

Submissions are read between January and March and should be sent to dinmagazine@gmail.com.




Here is a list of the creative writing classes that folks should sign up to visit--initial the line if you can go to that class and email the instructor to find out when you can come



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online—prof is jgwheel@gmail.com (joshua wheeler)

MWF—ENG 126 11:30-12:20Josh Bowen joshua.c.bowen@gmail.com

TR—OH 227 8:55-10:10Melanie Bowen melbowen@nmsu.edu

TR—OH 233 13:10-14:25_Phil Hurst philliphurst54@hotmail.com

MW—OH 242 14:30-15:45 Floydd Eliot floydder@gmail.com

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MW—ENG 126 14:30_Russell Bradburd coachrus@hotmail.com
(Heather Jackson)

TR—GH 241 B 10:20-11:35 Debbi La Porte dlaporte@nmsu.edu

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MWF—FH 145 10:30-11:20_Carrie Murphy carolineammurphy@gmail.com
ana virgin
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MWF—Eng 307 11:30—12:20Evan Lavender-Smith evanlavendersmith@gmail.com (Sarah Garcia)

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TR—Eng 124 14:35-15:50Evan Lavender-Smith evanlavendersmith@gmail.com

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MW—Eng 125 16:00-17:15_Carmen Smith carmen.egsmith@gmail.com

413- Julie Harris

MW—Eng 126 16:00-17:50Russell Bradburd coachrus@hotmail.com

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TR—Eng 209 13:10-14:25Connie Voisine cvoisine@nmsu.edu