If you’ve visited our Homepage recently, you’ll notice some sizable changes. While we’re still in the process of changing some things around, we’re doing our best to make our site as interactive as possible. We want to be an online literary magazine that not only hosts great writing, but does so in a way that compliments the meaning of the writing we’re publishing.
But don’t forget to keep a lookout for our Inaugural Issue, which debuts at the end of April. And as always, don’t forget to check the News Blog for the most recent updates about Authors, Events, and changes to the Superstition Review Homepage.
Yesterday, March 15th, was the last day that submissions for Superstition Review were accepted. If you missed the deadline, remember that we will also publish an issue in Fall, 2008.
Stay tuned to the News Blog to find out the latest on submission deadlines and other events for Superstition Review.
While Spring Break is right around the corner for everyone at ASU, the Superstition Review staff is still hard at work reading submissions and perfecting our site content.
During March 17-21, all of the editors and staff of Superstition Review will be meeting with the express purpose of making our website more engaging and audience-friendly. We want our site to be a reflection of the wonderful art and writing that we publish, which means that it needs to be just as creative as it is professional.
If you’ve viewed our current site and feel that you have some helpful ideas that would make our site more appealing to you as a reader or writer of Superstition Review, please feel free to e-mail us with your ideas so that we can take them into consideration during our site renovation.
As always, check the News Blog frequently for updates about the magazine, submissions, upcoming events, or authors involved with Superstition Review.