The Licton Springs Review is a student-run literary and art publication of student and alumni work from North Seattle College. LSR publishes annually in late spring, and has a rolling deadline of midnight, Jan 31st. Last year’s volume, the 28th edition, currently holds a record number of submissions in LSR history, as well as a record page count and art published. The 2019 edition won 2nd place in the Washington Community College Humanities Association Literary Magazine Competition. Licton Springs Review accepts submissions in categories of Fiction, Non-Fiction, Poetry, and Art, and awards a cash-prize of $100 to four students for excellence in their genre. Each student may submit up to five pieces per category, with a word count limit of 3,000 words for written works.
Submissions to the magazine do not need to be made in a class (although they can be!) and there’s no requirement for how recent the work should be. You can even submit work made before you started at North!
LSR always tries to publish as wide a range of work from as many contributors as possible. The magazine strives to be a reflection of the campus and community, and the creative talent present here. With historically rising submissions, of course it isn’t always possible to publish every piece submitted. Submissions are juried—and prize-winners chosen—by a group of student volunteers.
Find more details and submit your work at lictonspringsreview.com, or email email@example.com if you have any questions, or would like to volunteer!