Cow Creek Review Contact:Christopher Anderson
Phone: 620-235-4689 Fax: 620-235-4686
Cow Creek ReviewDepartment of English434 Grubbs Hall Pittsburg State University 1701 S. Broadway Pittsburg, KS 66762
Cow Creek Review Publication Party and Reading
Cow Creek Review, the student literary and arts magazine of Pittsburg State University, unveils its 2015 edition at a publication party to be held Thursday, April 30, at 6:00 PM in the Governors Room of Overman Student Center. The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments and copies of the new magazine will be available for free as well.
The event will begin with an awards ceremony recognizing students who have won writing and art prizes. Award-winning authors will read from their poetry and fiction, and the work of visual artists will be on display for viewing by the audience. Following the awards ceremony, other authors published in the magazine will be invited to read from their work during an open mic session. The whole event should last around one hour.
Please plan to attend this event and celebrate the excellent work of Pitt State's student artists and writers, and to acknowledge the hard work of the magazine's student editorial staff.
If you have questions about the event, please contact Dr. Christopher Anderson.
Cow Creek Review is Pittsburg State University’s student literary and arts magazine. Published every spring semester, Cow Creek features poetry, short stories, creative nonfiction, and visual art by Pitt State students. Student editors and staff work throughout the year to review submissions, select work to publish, determine layout and design, and prepare the magazine for printing. The student volunteer staff also helps with publicity, fundraising, and planning for a publication party that takes place each spring. Copies of the magazine are available for free at select locations in Grubbs Hall, Overman Student Center, Whitesitt Hall, and Porter Hall.
All PSU students (undergraduate and graduate) may submit work to be considered for publication in Cow Creek Review. Guidelines and submission forms are available in the English Department on the 4th floor of Grubbs Hall. Works of fiction and poetry submitted to Cow Creek are eligible for the following writing prizes: Charles Cagle Fiction Award, Jo McDougall Poetry Award, and Karen Stolz Graduate Award.
For more information about Cow Creek Review, please contact 2014-15 Editor-in-Chief Keith Demm or faculty advisor Dr. Christopher Anderson.