- Tip of the Week!
- Meet Stone Phillips!
- Throwback Thursday: “The Rabbit ‘Telula’” and “Dog Spit in Space”
- Friday Favorites
- It’s Friday, and We Are Flashing Back!
- Meet Mary Cole: A Life of “Bad Puns and Mom Hugs”
- Throwback Thursday: “Sky, Bar”
- Top 12 Reasons You Should Submit to the Auburn Circle
- The First Step: Submissions
- The Design Process
Author Archives: Auburn Circle
We hope you’re all having a great Sunday morning! To start your week off right, here is a little tip of the week: Great work doesn’t always mean more complex work. Keep in mind, SUBMISSIONS are due by February 13th … Continue reading
Everyone, meet Stone. Stone, meet everyone. Here’s a preview of Stone and the conversation we had, if you want one: picture a sloth on Twitter, in outer space, listening to “With a Little Help From My Friends” by The … Continue reading
It’s that time again, and this week we’re throwing back to one of our more… unconventional spreads, featuring “The Rabbit ‘Telula’” by Doug Walters and “Dog Spit in Space” by Emily Quinn, both from the Spring 2013 issue. We love … Continue reading
Guess what? It is Friday, and we’re flashing back! With Homecoming right around the corner, here’s a poem by Rachel Davis and a photograph by Laura Raye May, both from our Spring 2013 issue, to celebrate! Hope everyone enjoys Homecoming!
This Monday we are taking a peek into the marvelous life of Mary Cole Daulton, our Visual Arts Section Editor. Stay tuned to see whose life we invade next. What is your position at Auburn Circle? And what is it … Continue reading
It’s Thursday and time for a Throwback! And in honor of the weekend almost being here –thank goodness!–here’s a poem by Cary Bayless, from our Fall 2012 issue! Whether you’re making plans to head downtown or going out to the … Continue reading
We are T-minus 6 days until the submission deadline. Check out the top 12 reasons you should submit. http://www.buzzfeed.com/auburncircle/top-12-reasons-you-should-submit-to-the-auburn-cir-yzwe
There are as many dreams and aspirations as there are people in the world, and for some, the first step of that journey begins when something he or she has created gets published for the world to see. Many choose … Continue reading