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Want to see your creative work in print? Consider submitting it to Spring Street, Columbus State's annual literary/visual arts journal.
Published each June, Spring Street features fiction, poetry, nonfiction, photographs, and sketches submitted by the college's students, faculty, and staff. Student work makes up the bulk of Spring Street's material. Submissions from CSCC students are accepted in January and February of each year. You can submit your work for publication by following the directions for preparing an electronic manuscript on Spring Street's web site.
Spring Street is produced each year by students enrolled in a two-course sequence, ENGL 215 (Magazine Publication: Literary Criticism, Editing, and Design) and ENGL 280 (Publishing Practicum) during Winter and Spring Quarters, respectively. Information about enrolling in the courses is available from Spring Street advisor Steve Abbott at firstname.lastname@example.org or 287-5096.
A Journal of Excellence in Writing Across the Curriculum
A publication of the Columbus State Community College Writing Centers
For excellence, the presence of others is always required.
– Philosopher Hannah Arendt
About the Journal
Et al. (Latin for "and others") is a journal that celebrates individual excellence in student writing while also acknowledging the "others" who contribute to that excellence—teachers, tutors, mentors, classmates. By showcasing successful student writing from across campus, Et al. seeks to inspire students in all fields of study to appreciate writing as a means of learning, collaborating, and achieving.
Call for Submissions
The editors of Et al. accept submissions of student-written works created in response to any writing assignment given in any class at Columbus State. Examples of submissions include:
Reviews written for humanities classes
- Case studies for social science classes
- Research reports for engineering classes
- Arguments for English classes
- Lab reports for biology classes
- Any other kind of writing produced for a CSCC class
For information about submitting to the journal, or for general questions about the journal, contact: