- How Marvel Studios Could Radically Transform Future Fiction Writing
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- The Darkness that Surrounds the House: On Ryan Adams’ Ryan Adams
- Melancholia Film Review
- Submissions for Fall 2015 Now Being Accepted
- Staff Applications Now Available!
- Have You Seen It?
- Tomorrow is the day, people.
- You’re Invited to Our Spring 2015 Launch Event!
- Happy Friday and War Eagle!
Author Archives: Auburn Circle
As a movie lover, from Martin Scorsese to Brad Bird, or Quentin Tarantino to J.J. Abrams, it is now almost completely impossible to ignore the influence of Marvel superheroes on popular culture. Now, I know what you’re thinking. “Stone, really, … Continue reading
If you love fantasy, Jamie Marchant has written your favorite book. Marchant is a professor at Auburn who, in her free time, writes Korthlundia into being. There she captures the complexity of people in her characters, and weaves them through … Continue reading
My first time hearing Ryan Adams’ self-titled record was one of the best listening experiences of my recent memory. I had intentionally avoided listening to any of the singles that were released to radio, save for a small section of … Continue reading
Imagine an opening scene in which Richard Wagner’s “Tristan und Isolde” plays, and a vibrantly blue, iced-in-white-clouds rogue planet, that’s similar to our own space marble, hurtles toward earth in what appears to be slow motion, in a dreamlike, harmoniously … Continue reading
Submissions for the Fall 2015 issue are being accepted NOW through October 2, 2015. Prose, Poetry, Photography, and Visual Arts (including architecture, fashion, graphic design, etc.) submissions are accepted from ALL STUDENTS. To submit, visit auburncircle.submittable.com For questions, contact Editor-in-Chief … Continue reading
Want to become a part of the Auburn Circle? Print and fill out an application and return it to AUSC Suite 1111 by September 4, 2015. Click the link below to view the application. 2015 Circle Staff Application
If somehow you managed to avoid campus the last few days and not had the chance to pick up a copy of our latest issue, don’t worry – the last copies available will be at SNAPs tonight! Here are the … Continue reading
Tomorrow is THE day, people. Wednesday, April 22nd at the Jule Collins Museum. BE THERE OR BE SQUARE. We could not be more excited for this year’s SNAPS event! Not only can you hear your fellow Auburn students’ literary works, … Continue reading
What? The Auburn Circle Spring Launch Party … Continue reading