nonfiction, art and photography are all welcome, as are alternative artistic
formats such as lyrics, free-form writing, pastiche and mashups.
Writing and/or artwork must be original and previously
To submit work for the
upcoming edition of Eyrie, students must be enrolled at TCC during at least one
semester of the 2013-14 academic year. They do not need to be English, creative
writing, art or design majors.
The deadline for submissions is January 10, 2014. A submission form is also available on the Eyrie
Students who wish to submit
artwork must do so in digital form. To help students meet this requirement, Eyrie
staff will photograph student artwork (including photo prints from film) on
Friday, December 6, 11 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., in room 254 of the Communications and
Humanities building. Additional sessions for photographing work for submission
will be offered in January 2014, during the first week of the Spring semester.
“Students who enroll in
the two-credit-hour course, Literary Magazine Production (JOU2440L), will be
part of the team that produces Eyrie, an experience they will carry with them
beyond their time at TCC,” said Nicolette Costantino, assistant professor of
English and Eyrie adviser. “They will develop skills in evaluating and editing
poetry and prose, evaluating art and photography, and designing publications.”
The course meets on
Mondays and Wednesdays from 1:25 to 2:40 p.m. during the main Spring term.
For information, contact
Nicolette Costantino at (850) 201-6512 or Costantn@tcc.fl.edu.