juice is a literary journal put together, edited, and created by students from the University of Winnipeg. The goal of the journal is to offer writers and artists an opportunity to submit their work with a chance for publication. An issue of juice is released every fall and is available for sale in the University of Winnipeg bookstore, Index, and McNally Robinson.
juice is now accepting submissions for our 2017 edition. All U of W students with a passion for writing are encouraged to hit juice with their best shot. We will be accepting:
-short stories (double spaced, max. 5000 words, doc or docx files)
-poems (up to five pages, doc or docx files)
-creative non-fiction (double spaced, max. 5000 words, doc ...or docx files)
-plays (double-spaced, up to seven pages, doc or docx files)
-art submissions such as photography, comics, paintings, illustrations, etc. (jpg or pdf files, 300dpi preferred
Email your submissions or any questions to email@example.com
We welcome all submissions from University of Winnipeg students. juice's editorial board reads and responds to all submissions with editorial feedback*. Please be sure to include a cover letter (either in the body of your email or in an attached file) with your name, student number, mailing address, email, and title(s) of work(s) submitted.
THE DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28TH
*If you would prefer not to receive editorial feedback, please indicate this in your cover letter.
If you are interested in submitting some of your own work, please check out our submissions page.
More about juice
If you are interested in getting involved or want to find out more about the editing and publishing process, email the editors at firstname.lastname@example.org
juice has been an annual publication for nearly two decades. To view a list of earch years; past contributors and editors, click here.
Open mic events
juice will be hosting several open mic events throughout 2016-17 in anticipation of our next issue. The open mics are a great chance for students and community members to share their creative work with an audience. We at juice believe that creativity flourishes within a community and our open mics are a great opportunity for creative types of all sorts to meet in a relaxed environment. We also offer a feedback period after each performance where the audience members can give any advice, constructive comments, or compliments they have on the presented work(s).
We encourage you to come out and watch an event, even if you are not prepared to share your own work just yet. There is even free food and drink!