Northern Eclecta is now seeking submissions of creative work including fiction, nonfiction, and poetry as well as artwork and photographs for possible publication in Volume 10. If you have questions about this publication or about the call for submissions, here is our contact address:
All current and former NDSU students are encouraged to submit their creative writing. The deadline for this group is Wednesday, March 30.
Call for Submissions 2016_NDSU
All current and former NDSU students are also encouraged to submit their original art and/or photographs. The deadline for this group is Wednesday, April 6.
Call for Submissions 2016_Visual Arts
All students in grades 7 to 12 are encouraged to submit their creative writing and/or visual arts pieces. The deadline for this group is Monday, April 4.
Call for Submissions_Grades 7 to 12
A note on the QUICK TAKES CATEGORY. We encourage submissions of very short creative writing pieces such as six-word stories. This document provides some examples some of the short prose and poetry we have published over the years.
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In “The Birth and Rise of F-M Standup Comedy,” Josh Dullea traces the history of this form and its current status.
Dullea_Stand Up Comedy
Jordan Engelke explains why podcasts have become one of her favorite forms of entertainment in “Why You Should Start Listening to Podcasts”:
Vinyl records seemed to be going the way of the dinosaur–but then young people discovered them and liked them. In this essay, John Road explains the appeal of music on vinyl albums.
The Art-O-Matic vending machine at West Acres
Have you noticed this vending machine in the Herberger’s wing at West Acres? You can purchase original art produced by various artists from it. In this blog, written during Spring Semester 2015, Matt Brieger describes the experience of an artist coming to grips with trying to produce art that will be offered for sale.
In this post, Krista Aldrich argues that telling stories is part of what makes us human and we will continue to tell stories despite advances in technology. Websites such as PostSecret and Humans of New York have resulted in some innovative approaches to storytelling.
Why We Need Stories