Camp NaNoWriMo April 2017

The first day of April will be on Saturday, which means it will be the start of Camp NaNoWriMo otherwise known as writing bootcamp for writing 50K words in a month in the non-official designated month of NaNoWriMo.

If you have a passion for writing and need an extra push to write more, I would highly recommend participating. You don’t have to write 50K words or a novel either. You can also write a non-fiction piece of writing, poetry, a script, and more. The wordcount goal is also adjustsble and you might have a page clint goal or some other kind of goal instead.

So it’s very flexible for your own personal goals and fun to participate!

We hope you consider this creative endeavor!

– Wink Literary Magazine

Wink is read internationally!

Dear Readers,

Exciting news! Wink is being read internationally! Thank you to all of Wink’s wonderful readers and contributors! Now we’re preparing to create an Issue 07, we’d love to see your work, so please check out the submissions page, especially the 8th graders at the end of the realistic short story unit *cough, cough* because Wink does not often have that much prose in its issues.

Thanks again for reading!

Sincerely,
Wink Literary Magazine

Welcome to Wink 2017

Welcome to a new year of Wink! We are excited to welcome three new editors to our board: I. C. Lurk, JMKDM, and, Kitty J. Clements They will be working with our current editors, T.K. Lawrence, E. J. Aire, and M. Kaz to publish more frequently and turn all of our issues into print editions. As always, we will be publishing two more issues before June 15, 2017. Please submit your works, especially if you are a Bullis Charter School student or alumni. We look forward to another year sharing people’s work with the world!

-T. K. Lawrence, E. J. Aire, M. Kaz, I. C. Lurk, JMKDM, and Kitty J. Clements

Announcing 1st Online Edition of Issue No. 01!

Dear Readers,

We are pleased to present out first official online edition (as opposed to just the blog edition, which was published first) for our very first issue of Wink Literary Magazine, which was published in December 2015. We have compiled all of Issue 01 into a PDF for viewing. Just click on the above link to access the online edition. Hopefully we’ll start making a print edition soon…

Thanks for reading! Enjoy! Don’t forget to check out Issue 04 of Wink, which was just published today on the blog  🙂

— Wink Literary Magazine Editors

Issue 04 Submissions Deadline

Dear Readers,

The submission deadline for Issue 04 is coming up on September 22, 2016. However, owing to the number of submissions, we will consider submissions past the deadline (reasonably).

Wink Literary Magazine accepts a wide range of creative works: prose, short stories, poetry, essays, photography, artwork, graphic designs, etc. For more details on how to submit to Wink, please visit the Submissions Guidelines page or email Wink.

We look forward to seeing your work!

– Wink Literary Magazine

Congratulations

Wink would like to say “Congratulations!” to the Eighth Graders (now freshmen) that graduated last spring. You made a great contribution to our magazine and we look forward to see what you do in the world! Also, we would like to welcome another editor, M. Kaz. She will be working with us throughout this year.

Final note: please submit! We need enough work to be able to publish two issues this school year. Also, we will be putting all 5 editions into an anthology.

Thanks,

Wink

Issue 03 will be published in a week!

Hello Readers,

In a week, Issue 03 will go live on the blog: May 17, 2016. To those of you who submitted, thank you for your wonderful submissions.

Issue 03 is the last issue of the 2015-16 school year. Anything submitted after publication during the last few weeks of school and over the summer will be considered for publication in Issue 04. If you’re interested in still submitting to Issue 03, click here.

Thank you for reading!
Wink Literary Magazine

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