Friday, April 10, 2009

WSU Vancouver Releases 2009 Edition of the Salmon Creek Journal

VANCOUVER, Wash. - Washington State University Vancouver released the
2009 edition of the Salmon Creek Journal. The release party will be held during the Art Fair on Friday April 10 from 3 - 5 p.m. in the Administration building, rooms 129 and 130. This event is free and open to the public. Free copies of the journal will be handed out.

The SCJ is a publication featuring blind-juried works by students, faculty, staff and alumni of WSU Vancouver representing three genres:
prose, poetry and artwork. SCJ does not accept work previously published in magazines, journals, anthologies or 'zines, in print or online.

Refreshments will be available and three $100 prizes awarded for each

- For poetry, Joe Pitkin for "Office Poem"
- For visual arts, Michael Dunn for "American Falls-Niagara Falls"
- For prose, Byron Nalos for "Jackpot"

There will be a visual arts presentation and authors will read their work. The contributing authors and visual artists will take turns rotating through a book signing table and KOUG radio will broadcast live from the event.

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