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VOX Arts and Literary Journal is looking for submissions—do you have what it takes? Plus, some fantastic upcoming readings and exhibits!

Are you a poet, and only you, yourself, truly know it? Or perhaps a short story wordsmith, a master photographer, or artist? VOX Arts and Literary Journal on the Pleasantville Campus is looking for you!

The student-run publication is looking for you original works for its upcoming spring issue. Prospective literary phenoms must submit their entries by Thursday, March 23, to be considered for the issue, which will be capped by a launch party on April 27.

VOX is also proud to host several upcoming events including:

Homemade/Handmade Exhibit in the Anthropocene
Running through March 31
Mortola Library

Curated by Dyson Professor Deborah M. Poe, this annual mini-exhibition of bookmaking includes handmade, homemade, and letter-press chapbooks, one-of-a-kind editions, and broadsides. The exhibit recently featured Kate Schapira leading a session involving “trash books,” books that involve repurposing old or discarded materials, to create new life out of something that would otherwise be history. Keep updated via the exhibit Facebook page for more unique artists and writers who will be leading sessions in March.

Reading by Layli Long Soldier
Wednesday, April 5 | 4:35 p.m.–6:00 p.m.
Butcher Suite

VOX is thrilled to host acclaimed poet Layli Long Soldier, who will read from her new book Whereas, and give a talk about the craft of writing. She is the recipient of numerous prestigious fellowships and awards—including the NACP National Artist Fellowship, a Lannan Fellowship, and the Whiting Award. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, including The American Poet, The American Reader, The Kenyon Review Online, American Indian Journal of Culture and Research, PEN America, and many more.

To submit to VOX or learn more about the following events, please e-mail