Call for Submissions Fall 2015

the Antioch Voice is now accepting submissions for the Fall 2015 print edition. We’re open to Antioch University Students, staff, faculty, and alumni, as well as participants, presenters, and alumni of the Antioch Writers’ Workshop.
We’re looking for campus news, views, photography, artwork, research, and creative writing. Please see the fall guidelines below. Deadline for the print edition is October 1, 2015.

Fall Guidelines:

  • Flash fiction, essay, creative nonfiction, dramatic writing, and research: 2,000 words or less (12-point Times New Roman font, double-spaced)
  • Poetry: up to three poems, 100 lines or less, each
  • Art and Photography: files should be under 5 MG. Pictures can be artistic or related to some element of student, campus, or community life
  • Please send submissions to thevoice@antioch.edu with the subject line: Fall 2015 Submission; include a two to three sentence bio
the Antioch Voice is composed of a team of volunteers from Antioch University Midwest’s Robert Dizney Writing Center and the McGregor Library. If you’d like to be a part of the editorial team, please get in touch with us. By submitting to the Voice, writers and artists guarantee you are the creator/sole owner of copyright of the submitted work, and you allow us First Time North American Serial and Internet Publishing rights, after which all rights revert back to you, the authors and artists. Thank you for sharing your voices with us!
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Call for Submissions: Summer 2015

the Antioch Voice is now accepting submissions for the Summer 2015 print edition. We’re open to Antioch University Students, staff, faculty, and alumni, as well as participants, presenters, and alumni of the Antioch Writers’ Workshop. We’re looking for campus news, views, photography, artwork, research, and creative writing. Please see the summer guidelines below. Deadline for the print edition is May 1, 2015.

Summer Guidelines:

  • Flash fiction, essay, creative nonfiction, dramatic writing, and research: 2,000 words or less (12-point Times New Roman font, double-spaced)
  • Poetry: up to three poems, 100 lines or less, each
  • Art and Photography: files should be under 5 MG. Pictures can be artistic or related to some element of student, campus, or community life
  • Please send submissions in writingcenter.aum@antioch.edu with the subject line: Voice Submission, and include a two to three sentence bio
the Antioch Voice is composed of a team of volunteers from Antioch University Midwest’s Robert Dizney Writing Center and the McGregor Library. If you’d like to be a part of the editorial team, please get in touch with us. By submitting to the Voice, writers and artists guarantee you are the creator/sole owner of copyright of the submitted work, and you allow us First Time North American Serial and Internet Publishing rights, after which all rights revert back to you, the authors and artists. Thank you for sharing your voices with us.

Learn Public Speaking Skills

ToastmastersAUM students are igniting a passion for public speaking with a new AUM chapter of Toastmasters! We’re having a special open session for all Midwest students with lunch provided, so we hope you’ll attend. The event is February 21st, 2015, from 12:30 to 1:30pm. For more information, contact Amy Cotterman at (937) 361-1903 or email her at acotterman@antioch.edu. We hope you’ll join us to improve your presentation skills, leadership qualities and add to your resumes.

The Antioch Writers’ Workshop

By Whitney Bell

Have you always wanted to write, but you don’t know where to start? Or are you an accomplished writer looking for more “tools” to add to your proverbial toolbox? The Antioch Writers’ Workshop 30th Annual Summer program will be held once again at AUM.

AWW offers morning workshops and afternoon seminars led by accomplished writers, as well as a variety of evening readings. This year’s Keynote Speaker is the prolific Nikki Giovanni who has published 30 books and won numerous awards.

The workshop begins Saturday, July 11, 2015 and goes until Friday, July 17, 2015. The website states: “Whether you’re a beginning, intermediate or advanced writer, Antioch Writers’ Workshop programs offer the tools and inspiration you need to take the steps on your writing path.” For more information on registration, fees, and free events, visit http://www.antiochwritersworkshop.com.

FRESH (the movie)

The Student Union presentsImage

NOVEMBER 3RD at NOON at Antioch Midwest in the AUDITORIUM. Refreshments and discussion to follow.

“FRESH celebrates the farmers, thinkers and business people across America who are re-inventing our food system.  Each has witnessed the rapid transformation of our agriculture into an industrial model, and confronted the consequences: food contamination, environmental pollution, depletion of natural resources, and morbid obesity.  Forging healthier, sustainable alternatives, they offer a practical vision for a future of our food and our planet.

Among several main characters, FRESH features urban farmer and activist, Will Allen, a 2008 recipient of the MacArthur “genius” grant and recently named one of Time’s 100 most influential people; sustainable farmer and entrepreneur Joel Salatin, made famous by The Omnivore’s Dilemma, the best-selling book by Michael Pollan, who is also featured in the movie; and, Kansas City supermarket owner David Ball, who is challenges our Wal-Mart-dominated economy every day by stocking his stores with products from local suppliers.” (www.freshthemovie.com)