Earn elective credit while working as an editor on our award-winning student literary magazine! No previous experience needed!
Editors (fiction, nonfiction, and poetry):
Editorial positions for the Phoenix are staffed by students who sign up for Professor Zuromski's fall class, ENC 2341, Advanced Creative Writing/Literary Magazine.
Students who sign up for this class should:
- LOVE to read (students may have some choice as far as becoming an editor of fiction, nonfiction, or poetry)
- Have a passion for writing, as we will be writing in different genres
- Enjoy offering colleagues constructive criticism through workshops
- Value receiving colleagues' constructive criticism through workshops
Advanced Creative Writing/Literary Magazine is offered in the fall semester only and only on West Campus.
Students who successfully complete the course will be listed as editors in the PHOENIX.
Questions? Contact Professor Zuromski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Layout and design for the Phoenix are done by students enrolled in Professor Curtiss' spring course, GRA 1956C — Phoenix Design Project . This course is limited to 10 students and requires previous successful completion of GRA 1203C, Layout and Design AND GRA 1206C, Typography.
The Phoenix Design Project is offered in the spring semester only and only on West
Students who successfully complete the course will be listed as Graphic Designers in the PHOENIX.
Questions? Contact Professor Meg Curtiss at email@example.com.
Editorial Staff Positions:
Updates on these important contributors to come.