Poetry Daily, a web-based journal launched in 1997 to promote poetry, has found a new home at George Mason University. The Poetry Daily Association, the nonprofit organization currently publishing the journal, has formed a new partnership with the Department of English’s Creative Writing Program and the George Mason University Libraries’ Publishing Group. Effective January 1, 2019, Mason faculty, staff, and students will take over the daily production of the journal here at Mason – an exciting opportunity for all involved.
The journal’s new editorial directors will be Sally Keith, professor of English, and Peter Streckfus, associate professor of English. Aaron McCollough, interim head of the Mason Publishing Group within the Mason Libraries, will serve as an associate editor of the journal, sharing his extensive publication and production experience. Keith, Streckfus, and McCollough are all published poets.
For additional information, please see the full press release from the Creative Writing Program. For your daily dose of poetry, visit http://poems.com/.
Mason Undergraduate Students! Do you love music? Are you interested in music? Are you studying music? Enter the Music Poster Contest!
How to Enter
- Create a display poster for Mason Libraries’ Music Library.
- Do some biographical or historical research on a music topic of personal interest – choose a subject from any era or genre of music. Use the Music InfoGuide – infoguides.gmu.edu/music – as a starting point.
- Then TELL a very short music-related story or EXPLAIN a music-related event on your poster.
- Any Mason undergrad can submit an entry – no need to be a music major.
- Stop by the Music Library, 2600 Fenwick, and look at the current exhibit for ideas of how the posters can be designed and are displayed.
- Contest deadline: November 19, 2018. Winning posters will be displayed in the Music Library, 2600 Fenwick Library from December 3, 2018 to February 15, 2019.
- Grand Prize = $50 Barnes & Noble Gift Card
- 3 Runners-up = $25 Barnes & Noble Gift Cards
Details + More Information
- Visit infoguides.gmu.edu/musicposter for complete details about your poster entry: font, layout, graphics, how to submit poster, etc.
- Questions? Stop by and visit your friendly, approachable Music Librarian, Steve Gerber, 2604 Fenwick.