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Zeniada accepts poetry (including prose poetry) and artwork. All submissions are judged anonymously. Anyone who is enrolled in an undergraduate program for the current school year is welcome to submit.
Zeniada is currently seeking submissions for Spring 2018. Please email poetry and artwork to email@example.com.
- The subject of your email should be the category of your work (i.e. "Poetry" or "Art").
- In the body of the email, please include:
- Your name
- Your expected year of graduation
- The name of the undergraduate school you currently attend
- If you're submitting artwork, the medium/media used
- Any special instructions or comments regarding your work
Any questions regarding submissions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The positions listed below are currently open for the Spring 2018 semester. Applicants must be currently pursuing an undergraduate degree at Johns Hopkins University.
- Editor: attends weekly meetings (1 to 1.5 hours long) to review, discuss, and select submissions. May be required to read said submissions outside of meetings.
- Finance Manager: responsible for keeping track of Zeniada’s budget as well as all other financially-related tasks, including applying for grants, handling purchases of magazines or workshop materials, and recording those purchases.
- Communications Manager: Sends informational/promotional emails to relevant departments at other universities. Responsible for sending individualized decision emails to submitters for each issue.
- Marketing Manager: runs all social media for Zeniada, particularly the Facebook page. Responsible for creating and inviting students to Facebook events (such as submission events or workshop events); adding promotional graphics/messages to the Facebook page; and submitting posts to the Daily Announcements and distributing flyers across campus.
Apply for positions here. All applications are due by Friday, January 26, 2018.
Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Print versions of Zeniada are available for free on the Johns Hopkins campus as well as for purchase on Amazon.