Authors, poets in Euphemism to give reading, December 2
Authors, poets, and artists featured in the Fall 2016 edition of Euphemism will give a reading at 6:30 p.m. Friday, December 2, in Stevenson Hall, room 401. This event is free and open to the public.
For more information, e-mail the Editor-in-Chief Chantel Reeder at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Euphemism is edited by undergraduate and graduate students at Illinois State University, and accepts innovative poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, visual art, spoken word, experimental sound and video projects, and original music from Illinois State students and from any and all writers, singers, musicians, artists, and filmmakers who send submissions. All lovers of words, sounds, ideas, images, and creativity are welcome with the goal of publishing writers and artists at varied points in their careers.
Euphemism has a prestigious history as Illinois State’s literary journal. Formerly known as The Druid’s Cave and The Triangle, the Department of English has published a growing number of exciting and innovative creative genres over the decades. The current editorial board honors our past editors, writers, and artists, and hopes to continue the strong tradition of creative expression at Illinois State.