HEADWATERS 2014 is available now and can be found in the 2nd floor lobby of Karpen Hall, in the main floor of Ramsey Library, and peppered all around campus!
Featuring works by Meghan Benavides, Margitt Briggs, Chase Folmar, Sarah Gibson, Abigail Gruchacz, Alexandra Helms, Scottie Hill, Holly Iglesias, Kate Ingram, Katerina Mirzoyan, Benjamin Newnam, Hannah Noël, Aaron Romano, Melissa Sibley and more!
We are quickly approaching our Submissions deadline for this year’s issue of Headwaters
If you are a UNCA Student or Alumnus, PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR CREATIVE WRITING AND/OR ART TO HEADWATERS by December 10th!
You can submit up to five creative writing pieces and five art pieces.
Click on the “SUBMISSIONS” link above!
We are proud to announce a couple exciting developments concerning Headwaters Creative Arts Magazine. First and foremost, FREE copies of UNCA’s yearly anthology can now be found in the following locations around Asheville:
- The Dripolator (coffeeshop on Broadway)
- Maloprop’s Bookstore (downtown, Haywood St.)
- Downtown Books and News (Lexington Ave)
- The Captain’s Bookshelf (Grove Arcade)
- Asheville Art Gallery (Biltmore Ave/Pack Square)
We’re grateful to our associates for making this possible. Secondly, Headwaters now has a tumblr! Visit http://headwatersmagazine.tumblr.com/ over the coming weeks to find cool stuff from issues past and present.
Finally, we are always looking for submissions from the UNCA community, so if you’re a UNCA student, faculty, staff, or alumnus, go on and click that SUBMISSIONS tab up top!
Our next Marketing Team meeting will be held this upcoming Monday, October 1st. If you’re interested in marketing, social media, and promoting Headwaters at UNCA and around Asheville, come join us at 5:30 in the Lit/Lang department lounge up in Karpen Hall.
Hope to see you there!
We do indeed have the latest volume of Headwaters available in Karpen Hall! 2012’s lovely collection includes writing and art by Ryan-Ashley Anderson, Claire Brame, James Crawford, Dalton Day, Caitlin Donovan, Kilian Giannini, Dakota Hall, Ashley Hinceman, Celeste Holtzmann, Lori Horvitz, Dillon Kelley, Kimberly Labombard, Mesha Maren, Kelly Olshan, M. Owens, Laura Patterson, Tatiana Potts, Jon Reid, Jesse Rice-Evans, Fabian Rodriguez, Christine Templeton, John Thomas, Keeley Turner, Shelby Veccio, and Mary Grace Wynn.
Pick up your copy outside Dawn’s office on the second floor of Karpen!
The first interest meeting for this school year’s issue will be held on the 11th of September at 12:30 in the Lit Lounge in Karpen hall. Anyone who is interested should be there! We’ll talk strategy and figure out who wants to do what.
That’s Tuesday, 11 September, at 12:30 during the free period in Karpen’s Lit Lounge (second floor, past Ettari’s office).
And as always, start getting the word out! We’re always looking for submissions!
Winners for 2012’s writing awards have been announced:
Thomas Wolfe Award for Fiction: Mesha Maren
Wilma Dykeman Award in non-fiction: Caitlin Donovan
Carl Sandburg Award in poetry: M. Owens
Kenneth Noland Award in art: Tatiana Potts