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Rewrites Announces Fall Writing Events

Rewrites, the award-winning college literary magazine, is back! The club’s first meeting is at 5 p.m., Monday, Sept. 22, in B-104. New members are always welcome.

This year, Rewrites encourages the college community to submit work via its online submission management system: https://rewrites.submittable.com/submit. Deadline is Dec. 31.

Also this fall, Rewrites will host several events, including:

  • Zine-Making Workshop–5 p.m., Monday, Sept. 29, in B-104. Learn how to make small handmade publications. Materials will be provided, though participants are encouraged to bring ideas, images and writing to use.
  • Letter Writing Night–5 p.m., Monday, Oct. 6; Monday, Nov. 3; and Monday, Dec. 1; in B-104. We’ll re-discover the lost art of letter writing every first Monday this semester. Those who attend will be provided stamps, paper and envelopes. As essayist Phyllis Theroux notes, “To send a letter is a good way to go somewhere without moving anything but your heart.”

College Magazine, Writers Win Literary Awards

Rewrites, the Atlantic Cape Community College literary magazine, and three student writers earned awards for the 2014 issue.

The magazine won second place in the Eastern Division of the Community College Humanities Association’s 2014 Literary Magazine Competition.

Rewrites, the Atlantic Cape Community College literary magazine, and three student writers earned awards for the 2014 issue.

Rewrites, the Atlantic Cape Community College literary magazine, and three student writers earned awards for the 2014 issue.

In addition, specific works from the 2014 issue were highlighted:

  • Call Me Olga Picasso by Danielle Monzo of Northfield won first place in the Poetry division;
  • Ruminant by Kaitlyn Feldbauer of Mays Landing won third place in the Poetry division;
  • and The New Normal by Erica Villani of Hammonton earned second place in the Script/Story category.

Rewrites is published each spring and edited by students. It contains short fiction, poetry, one-act plays, essays, 2D pencil, pen and ink drawings, and photos submitted by students, staff, faculty and alumni. Rich Russell, assistant professor of English, is the faculty advisor.