Practical Learning

Practical Learning

By: Ellis Carrington For the most part, undergraduates and graduates will generally follow this traditional style of college course learning: attend classroom lecture, take time to read and reread material outside of class, and prep for mid-term and final exams. While reading and researching provide 

FOLIO Volume 34

FOLIO Volume 34

By A.R. Castellano This year’s issue of FOLIO sought work responding to themes of universal connections across the natural world—branches and roots, ancestry and rebirth, fate and knowledge. Art about finding oneself either completely of the world or hopelessly pitted against it. In keeping with 

Visiting Writers: Advice From Allison Wright

Visiting Writers: Advice From Allison Wright

By Nick Chhoeun Earlier this month, Allison Wright of VQR hosted the spring boot camp. She had much to say about the literary journal including useful tips for submissions. Here’s a brief recap of the event. About VQR: VQR receives 11,000-12,000 submissions a year, the 

AU Bootcamp: Allison Wright of VQR

AU Bootcamp: Allison Wright of VQR

By Austine Chilton Model Today American University’s MFA program welcomes Allison Wright for the Spring Bootcamp. This session will focus on state of the literary journal, as well as strategies for submissions and pitfalls to avoid during the submission process. Allison Wright is the executive 

Unscripted: An Interview with Alumna Claire Handscombe

Unscripted: An Interview with Alumna Claire Handscombe

By Yohanca Delgado   You’ve got so many cool things going on that it’s hard to choose a starting point. Let’s talk about BritLit first, your new podcast highlighting British literature. What inspired you to create a podcast? I have been listening to podcasts for