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The Collage Needs Your Creative Work!

December 1, 2010 by Eaglecorps911

By Annie Licata
Need something great to put on a resume? Submit work to Collage and get published!
The Collage, the student magazine of the Arts here at Brookdale, needs creative submissions for this year’s new edition. The Collage accepts poems, short stories, photography, drawings, graphic, interior, architectural, and interactive design.
Brookdale students fund Collage as part of paid tuition for student activities. The book is free of charge.
Collage has won awards for its excellence in content and design for over 10 years. Old editions can still be found around Brookdale’s campus.
The last day submissions will be accepted is Dec. 15. so send your submissions to The Collage at or drop off at the drop box, which is located in CVA 116. Please include authors name and contact information with submissions.
The Collage needs digital files, so PDF,PSD,Ai,Indd,TIFF, and JPG are acceptable formats.
This magazine is a great way to get your work noticed and published.
A positive addition to any transfer application or resume, it is worth taking the time to submit.
Find the Collage page on Facebook or ask about it in the SLC.
Mac Swed, Danielle Choi, and Annie Licata have been named editors for this year’s issue, which will be published in the spring. Martynas Siuksta is the magazine’s layout and graphic designer. Tim Burke and Geanna Merola are the advisors.
“It’s always exciting when the editors get lots of student work to consider for Collage,” Burke said, “Students should be brave and believe their work is worthy of publication; it may well be!”
Over the years, Collage has had many interesting and wonderful pieces submitted by creative students.
Last year, editors chose a controversial piece that used profane language; there are no boundaries for students’ creativity.
Mac Swed, managing editor, said, “As an editor for the Collage, and a fellow Brookdale student, I am excited to see student work published and appreciated. So, submit your stuff so we can publish it.”
Danielle Choi, photography editor, said, “Collage is a great opportunity for students to showcase their work. I am just excited to be a part of this year’s issue.”

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