The Owl, Florida State University’s undergraduate research journal, is accepting submissions of creative projects including, but not limited to, visual art and creative writing for publication in its 2018 edition.
The Owl aims to educate and promote an interdisciplinary exchange of ideas through the publication of research conducted by outstanding undergraduates in the FSU community. Our mission is to provide the university with a printed journal that showcases the heterogeneity of our emerging scholars and establishes undergraduate research at this top-tier research university.
This is a publication of the Student Council of Undergraduate Research and Creativity (SCURC) and is sponsored by the Student Government Association.
-You may submit up to 5 photos for consideration (jpegs preferred)
-All images must be high-quality and ready for printing at 300 DPI
-Must include a 100-400 word artist statement
-Poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction will be considered
-3 entries max (one from each category, three of the same category, or other combination)
-A brief statement about how research informed your work (e.g. creative inquiry into personal identity, community, culture, history, etc.)
The sum of all writing submissions should not exceed 5000 words
*You may submit to both visual art and creative writing in the same submission.
*Selection decisions will be released March 9th.