ROCKLIN, Feb. 13, 2012 - The Sierra Journal is a project developed by the students of Sierra College. The Sierra Journal meets several of the college's core values, specifically "creating and nurturing meaningful connections to our community" and "fostering active citizenship in our community." As such, the Journal will feature students currently enrolled at Sierra College as well as members of the community and local high schools.
The Sierra Journal is looking for new and unpublished works of poetry, short fiction, photography, visual art, culinary arts, ceramics, sculpture, drawing, music, short film, and a variety of other forms of art for the 2011-2012 school year. No preference is given to any specific style or genre; we seek original works of quality.
We accept only electronic submissions that are emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions must be accompanied by the Sierra Journal Submission Form. Please find the submission guidelines and submission form at
Unreadable formats will not be accepted. Editors will respond in approximately four to six weeks after receipt of submissions. Successful submissions in prose and fiction typically do not exceed 3,000 words.
Visual Art Submissions
Submissions for photography and visual art should be in uncompressed formats if sent electronically. We welcome color or black-and-white. Images will be judged on appropriateness with respect to both the contents of the magazine and the academic environment. Music must be submitted as mp3 files.
Do not submit original art. All submissions must be photographs of original art. If it is not possible for you to provide a high-resolution digital image, you may submit a picture taken with a cell phone or point and shoot camera. Label with last name and title. Artworks selected for inclusion in the journal will be professionally photographed for publication.
The deadline for ALL submissions is March 9th, 2012. Visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thesierrajournal
If you have any questions or need more information, email Professor Jason Roberts at email@example.com.
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