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Analecta is Indiana University South Bend's Award Winning Literary & Visual Arts Journal. We consider submissions from both undergraduate and graduate students of any academic discipline.

Analecta 2016

To Do List:

1). Start collecting creative work for your Analecta 2016 submission.

SUBMISSION DUE DATE FEB. 1, 2016. (more info to follow)

2). Consider joining our editorial staff… we need readers and we need like-minded wordsmiths to help get the word out about Analecta. (Apply via e-mail at

3). Join/like/follow Analecta and IUSB Creative Writing Club on Facebook to learn more about deadlines and upcoming events… or just to connect with other creative folks that you might see around campus.




The Publications Board is now accepting applications for the position of Editor for Analecta. Duties include: advertising for submissions, reading and selecting submitted work for publication, finding and working with an artist on the cover and design, submitting the final file to the publisher, working with the publisher to make sure the journal is available in April, etc. This is a paid position. For more information on the journals, please go to…/core-functio…/studentpublications.php

Deadline to apply: TODAY April 22, 2015

To apply, please submit a resume and a formal letter of application that describes your interest and experience. Email both documents to the journal’s faculty advisor Clayton Michaels at:

Publications abound for students to showcase research and creative work

The Official Student Newspaper of Indiana University South Bend

Staff Writer

0B7KYXVi5bD6JWUlGeFVrRXpkMk0   Students at IU South Bend who are eager to share their research and creativity will find no shortage of opportunities to get published. Five student publications are currently accepting submissions.

Analecta, IUSB’s literary and visual arts journal, selects the best poetry, fiction, drama and visual artwork submitted by students.

2015 will mark the 45th issue for the publication.

“I think that calls for a celebration of sorts,” wrote Editor Chad Forbregd in an e-mail. “Without giving anything away, I can tell you this much… this issue will be different in many ways than the 44 that preceded it. […] I want past, present and future students to look back on this issue and see that we’ve got a pretty good thing going on in South Bend. We have a community of artists that are uniquely talented and worth being seen.”

He encourages…

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