Progress Update: On The Fast Track

Although we were all introduced just four short weeks ago, we are already a quarter of the way into the semester. Our section editors have finalized their solicitation lists and will begin to contact potential artists, interviewees, poets, fiction, poetry and nonfiction authors. Expect more information on our highly anticipated Superstition Review reading series in the following weeks.

Our Content Coordinator is creating Submishmash accounts for each Superstition Review section editor. Using these accounts, editors will be able to effectively read and organize incoming submissions. Go to http://superstitionreview.submishmash.com/submit for our guidelines, and to see our new submissions manager. We’re very excited to try Submishmash this semester.

We have also introduced our Art Editors, Anthony Torres and Rebecca Glenn via a segment entitled “Meet The Interns.” At suggestion of one of our readers, I will be introducing a “Where Are They Now” segment to the Superstition Review blog later this week. These brief interviews will allow insight into the endeavors of past Superstition Review interns, both in academics and in the literary sphere.

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3 thoughts on “Progress Update: On The Fast Track

  • September 17, 2010 at 11:41 am
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    The idea of a “Where are they now” segment sounds great…can’t wait to see how hands-on experience working with Superstition Review impacts former interns.

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  • September 18, 2010 at 10:54 pm
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    The “where are they now” segment is a great idea because it’s always amazing to see how Superstition Review jump started their career or goals. It’s definitely inspiring for the interns now and future interns to come on board of Superstition review.

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  • September 20, 2010 at 12:56 pm
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    @Christine It is evident that experience as a Superstition Review intern is very beneficial and we’re proud to be following in their footsteps.

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