‘Prairie Wind’ magazine now accepting submissions for 2018 edition

Freeport, Illinois — Submissions are now being accepted for the twenty-sixth annual Prairie Wind art and literary magazine. The Prairie Wind is a collection of original poetry, prose, visual art, and recorded music contributed by students, staff, alumni, and other members of the Highland Community College District. All writers and artists residing in the Highland District (Stephenson, Ogle, Carroll and Jo-Daviess counties) may submit work to be considered for publication.

The annual magazine publishes in May.

Submission guidelines are available at www.highland.edu/community/prairiewind.asp. The deadline is Feb. 28, 2018. More information is available from the magazine’s faculty advisors:

Bob Apolloni
bob.apolloni@highland.edu
815.599.3479

Tracy Mays
tracy.mays@highland.edu
815.599.3579

Sam Tucibat
sam.tucibat@highland.edu
815.599.3614

Highland Community College, 2998 West Pearl City Road, Freeport, Ill has published the annual magazine since 1992. It is a cooperative project of the Humanities, Graphic Design, Art, and Music departments in the Division of Humanities, Social Sciences and Fine Arts. The editorial board is composed of students and volunteer community members who are guided by a team of faculty advisors.

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