Other opportunities to get involved: Emmie, our music magazine; Illumination, our literary and arts journal; Souvenirs, a collection of reflections and photography from fellow Badgers who have studied abroad; Moda, our fashion and style magazine; UW Flash Fiction, where we publish short fiction; and The Dish, an original food blog created with hungry Badgers in mind. PubCom also includes Fade In, a screenwriting writers' group.
You can view our entire collection of publications at http://issuu.com/wudpublications.
Now accepting applications for Associate Director positions
Application open until filled.
Big news, folks! WUD Publications is hiring the next round of Editors
and Assistant Directors. That means you could be the next
Editor-in-Chief of your favorite magazine or journal! A brief
reminder—WUD Publications prints four magazines and three journals each
semester. And we’ve got two writing groups, UW Flash Fiction and Fade
In, a screen-writing group. On top of all that, WUD Publications plans
the annual Harry Potter themed charity dance, Yule Ball. And Lit Fest.
And UW Fashion Week. And Lit After Dark. So if writing, editing, and
photography isn’t your deal, we’ve got plenty of programming and special
events opportunities for you, too. Check it out, friends!
Editor in Chief General Responsibilities:
The following responsibilities are general for all publications. To view specific position descriptions (PDs) of each publication, please visit: http://go.wisc.edu/publicationspds
We’re a student publication that is building the next big thing for undergraduate work in the humanities. Help us make it possible.
Our staff is made up entirely of undergraduate students that want to do more than discuss Shakespeare’s first folio and take notes during presentations based on text books made before the moon landing.
We are 17 students (and growing!) that care about writing, art, and public service and want the humanities to be more than something that comes up in think-pieces on public education.
Positions are filled on a rolling basis, depending on staff vacancies and the needs of the publication. We encourage you to apply before September 14 if you would like to be considered for the 2017-2018 Academic Year, and would love to have you join us!
You can find out more about each position at: http://www.uwilluminationjournal.com/get-involved/
Be bold - Apply today.
The Dish is Madison’s food and dining publication within the Wisconsin Union Directorate’s Publications Committee. It is made up of four different sections: Food for Thought, In the Kitchen, No Reservations and The Dish Blog.
The Food for Thought section is all about seeing food from a different perspective. In the past, the Food for Thought writers have covered food documentaries, interviews with chefs and organizations such as the Slow Food Movement. The In the Kitchen section has historically focused on recipes – appetizers, entrees and desserts—for our readers to try at home. However, this section has the capability to go above and beyond that as well. Whether it is writing about different kitchen gadgets, food features, kitchen disaster stories or food how-to’s; if it happens in the kitchen, we will write about it. The No Reservations section strives to update our readers about the restaurant scene in Madison. This section is responsible for covering new restaurant openings, interviewing owners/chefs and encouraging our readers to broaden their horizons and experience Madison’s unique culinary culture. The Dish Blog section is a recent addition to The Dish and features everything from crazy food fads and cooking hacks, opinions from international students on the local culinary scene and an undergrad’s journey through the food science major. Laugh, cringe, and ultimately be entertained by the eating experience through relatable stories told by writers passionate about all things food.
Each section will meet individually with the section editors to brainstorm article ideas, develop story angles and go over food writing tips. We also have committees for marketing, photography, web-design and layout.
Below you will find an application for all of the available positions with The Dish. Please note that all returning staff members must reapply. Time commitments vary by position, but we are looking for a dedicated and consistent staff. In addition to producing the online magazine and biannual print issue, The Dish runs a marketing campaign and holds promotional events which require staff participation.
After reviewing the position descriptions listed below, please submit a resume and completed application, along with the supplementary materials via Submittable or to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications will continue to be accepted until positions are filled.
For more information regarding any of these positions, feel free to contact Meghan Horvath, 2015-2016 Editor-in-Chief of The Dish at email@example.com
If you’re interested in writing for any of the sections, also let Meghan know.
We look forward to hearing from you!
For additional information about the submission process, see justjournal.org/submissions.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Stories from #theRealUW aims to provide a platform for students to voice their stories and experiences of oppression on the UW-Madison campus. Illumination can provide space for fiction, poetry, prose, and artwork that relates to the experiences of students who face any form of discrimination on campus. We want to encourage and safeguard the outpouring of stories that have been silenced for too long.
This is an open-call for students to continue the discussion of inequality and marginalization through art and writing.All students are encouraged to submit their work to be featured on the website. Every story and piece we receive will have space on Stories from #theRealUW.
These will be used to create a complete profile of all our editors and their fields of knowledge.
In addition to this student-run editing process, we wish to have each manuscript read over by a UW faculty member familiar with the category of research described in the manuscript.
For this process, we are scouting faculty members that wish to be on reserve as potential readers. If you choose to become a reserve faculty editor, and if we receive a manuscript in your field, you may be called upon to read it over. Manuscripts typically range from 5 - 10 pages single-spaced and will have been edited extensively before being sent to you. You will have approximately a week to read the manuscript and send it back with any comments you deem necessary.
If you select this postition, you will be kept on reserve indefinitely until you email our contact email (email@example.com) and cancel your position.
- PDF, DOC, DOCX files accepted
- Title and your email on first page
- Number your pages
- 1,000 words or less
In the Cover Letter form, please include the following:
- your name, year, major, and email
- a small, 3rd biography (100 words or less)
- word count
We are now operating on a rolling submission schedule. Please wait at least thirty days before inquiring about the status of your piece. We look forward to reviewing your work!