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- Friday Favorites
Monthly Archives: September 2013
Contrary to popular belief, staff members at The Auburn Circle love our social media. Yes, we love print. But at the same time, without social media, how would be broadcast our thoughts, favorite quotes and documentation of our work? First … Continue reading
Happy Friday readers! Here’s a list of our favorite things from the week to celebrate our favorite day. 1. This last week was banned book week Even though the week is over, make sure to live on the wild … Continue reading
Mondays. Perhaps otherwise known as one of the most mundane, monotonous and/or miserable days of the week. To be quite honest, I’m actually a fan of Mondays and the start of the week, but I recognize that I probably stand … Continue reading
Every submission period, the bulk of our submissions are poetry. With the end of this semester’s submission period, there’s nobody better to get to know than our Poetry Section Editor, Ashley Edwards. She’s our one and only poetry boss, and … Continue reading
We would like to welcome several newcomers to our Fall 2013 staff. These guys will be reading, critiquing and fawning over the work you have submitted to us. Congratulations to all of our new staff members. We are ecstatic about … Continue reading
Ok readers, it’s time for a confession. Although all of our submissions are absolutely fantastic, they aren’t always grammar free. So that’s where the loveliest copy editor on the plains comes in, and here she is. Meet Michelle Bangson, The … Continue reading
Today is day two of interviews for the Fall 2013 Circle staff, and we couldn’t be happier about finally getting together a new group of art and literature enthusiasts. Friday will conclude the interview period, and soon we will be … Continue reading