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Eyrie Literary & Art Magazine

The purpose of the student magazine, The Eyrie, is to showcase the creative endeavors of TCC students. It also provides students enrolled in Literary Magazine Production (JOU2440L) with the experiences of magazine production, from evaluation of materials to blue-line copy. The Eyrie  is distributed free to all College personnel, and to students upon request.

TCC students wishing to enter original, unpublished work for possible publication in the Eyrie should click on the following link for the submission form and other events and information: https://tallahassee.collegiatelink.net/organization/eyrie

For more information regarding The Eyrie or JOU2440L, please e-mail Nicolette Costantino, or contact her at (850) 201-6512.



 



 

Contact Information

For more information contact the Division of Communications and Humanities by phone (850) 201-6070 or e-mail cohu@tcc.fl.edu.

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