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The Vanderbilt Review: Profiles

Posted by on Tuesday, November 26, 2013 in Art, Books, Creative Writing, Extracurriculars, General Information.

It’s been a while, dear readers, and perhaps you’ve been wondering what has kept me from blogging as often as I normally do. Well, allow me to show you one of the things that has recently been filling my time!

As you may or may not know, I am currently the editor-in-chief for The Vanderbilt Review, Vanderbilt’s undergraduate-run literary and arts journal! We’re part of Vanderbilt Student Communications, and we publish poetry, art, and prose from members of the Vanderbilt community every year. This year, for the very first time, we opted to do a fall issue in addition to our main spring issue!

Our fall issue was all in black and white and centered around the theme of Profiles. We just released it this past week–hopefully, we’ll put an online edition up soon, but in the meantime check out the beautiful cover:

The Vanderbilt Review
On the left, last year's spring issue. On the right, our newly released fall issue!

This is the first time I’ve been a part of every single step of creating the Review–from collecting submissions, to selecting pieces to publish, to design, and finally to printing and releasing! It’s incredibly to see the amazing work that the creative community here at Vanderbilt produces, and I’m honored to be a part of helping curate that in the form of our more recent publication. This year is also the first year I’ve actually been published in the Review (I know what you’re thinking, but I promise that has nothing to do with me being the editor-in-chief–I don’t actually make the selections, just oversee them.) so that was pretty thrilling as well! If you’re ever on campus, be sure to pick up a copy–it’s currently one of my favorite Vanderbilt accomplishments, particularly because of the amazing people I’ve befriended along the way to creating it!

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