The Laughing Medusa is Boston College's only all-female literature and arts journal and aims to provide a safe space for female artists at BC. We publish student poetry, prose, creative nonfiction, photography, and other visual arts in the spring of each academic year. Our editorial council is comprised of undergraduate women who have a variety of artistic backgrounds and interests and are enthusiastic about reading and publishing student work!
All student submissions and inquiries may be submitted to email@example.com. We accept high-resolution photographs and digital files for art pieces and ask that you limit fiction to 5-6 pages, double spaced, but feel free to submit a number of your pieces.
The Laughing Medusa also hosts AROOO, or A Room of Our Own, a celebration of women in the arts, once each semester. Contact us if you are interested in reading, performing, or hanging art at AROOO.
The Laughing Medusa is a great way to get published and share your work with the greater community. We look forward to reading and discussing your submissions in an anonymous and constructive environment!
The Laughing Medusa Council
is a unique journal on campus which focuses specifically on conversational, insightful essays that are meant to promote dialogue among students and faculty. The pieces are not intended to be heavily technical (such as a standard research paper), nor so discipline-specific that an average student would feel excluded from the conversation - our past issues have featured intelligent and engaging essays with an interdisciplinary bent. In the words of a former Editor-in-Chief, Dialogue is neither a political nor an artistic-literary magazine, but an intellectual journal comprised of essays on topics as diverse as philosophy, theology, history, science,
BRING US INTO YOUR ELEMENT.
You've done the research.
You've written the paper.
Now get it published!
We know students at Boston College have diverse and fascinating academic
interests; now we have provided a forum for you to show us just who you are
in your element at BC.
Boston College Undergraduate Research Journal is a great way to
get your work published and engaged in the greater academic discourse
outside of the classroom. Past articles published in Elements have even
gone on to publication in educational textbooks for national use. The
deadline for submitting your research for the Fall 2009 issue is fast
We seek research papers (1500-5000 words) that are well-written,
well-researched, and on an engaging topic. Any research paper-including
term papers written for class or a chapter from a senior thesis-makes an
excellent candidate for publication in Elements. Please visit
www.bc.edu/elements to view past issues.
To submit your paper, please follow the instructions provided at
www.bc.edu/elements/submissions. If you are a graduating senior, you can
submit for next year's issue, provided that all of the work was done before
Our mission is to become a forum for the exchange of original ideas within
and across disciplines at the university. We will showcase the varied
research endeavors of fellow undergraduates to the greater academic
community. By fostering intellectual curiosity and discussion, the journal
hopes to strengthen and affirm the community of undergraduate students at
Boston College. Please consider joining us in this mission and submitting
Please contact Erin Eighan at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Boston College Witness Online
Witness welcomes submissions of unpublished poetry, creative non-fiction, short fiction, feature articles, essays, criticism, interviews, reviews, photography, paintings, sculptures, videos, and music to our hard journal and online journal. We are committed to publishing original works that foster an awareness and ongoing discussion of social justice, so please keep that in mind when submitting your work.
To submit a work, please send the submission form and your work to email@example.com, or the PULSE office, Stokes N125. If you are emailing your submission, please put the type of submission in the subject of the email.