A New Leaf: Submit to the 2020 Fall Art and Literary Magazine

Submissions are now open for the Fall edition of FLIGHT, our Art and Literary Magazine. This season’s theme is “A New Leaf.” To turn over a new leaf means to start anew in one’s life, to change. That is exactly what this edition in about: change.

With COVID-19, the lock down, remote school, and everything else going this year, things have been changing fast. We aren’t the same people we were when the clock struck midnight on the start of 2020. So, channel that experience and create something centered around change. Or, find an old piece you’ve created that follows the theme.

The magazine showcases student works in the form of art, digital media, short stories, poetry, photography, plays, monologues, and more. All submissions are due October 28, 2020.

Submissions should be under 2,000 words. Selections for the final product will be made based on length, subject matter, relevance to theme, etc. The editors reserve the right to edit any and all submissions for spelling, grammar, format and clarity.

Fill out the form below to enter your work.

Submit Your Creative Work Here 2020

Please enter the name you would like to be credited with. Pseudonyms are acceptable, as we'll verify you're at Timber Creek via your Student ID.

Any student IDs collected are for verification purposes. These will not be published.

Any e-mails collected are for communication purposes between the selection panel, organizers, and the authors. These will not be published.

If no title is provided, the work will be marked untitled.

If submitting written work, please copy and paste the text here. If you run out of space, please use the litmag@timbercreektalon.com e-mail.

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Kat McDonald-Wilson

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Kat McDonald-Wilson is a senior at TCHS. She is the Fine Arts Editor for the Timber Creek Talon and the Copy Editor for the Art and Literature Magazine.

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