AFAS REVIEW: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Having taken cognizance of the need to give room for widespread inclusion of creative works in our annual publication, Association of Faculty of Arts Students, University of Ibadan is delighted to announce the call for submissions for the MAIDEN edition of AFAS Review.  This deviation from the norm – a turn-away from the Image Magazine – is geared towards creating a viable platform for the integration of works by writers/artists within and outside the university community.

The following categories are open to submissions:

Prose – essays, short stories and flash fictions not exceeding 2,000 words.

Poetry – a maximum of 3 poems per submission.

Drama – a brief satire not exceeding 2,500 words.

Artworks/photographs – visuals (in high resolution) portraying nature and traditional values.

Guidelines

There are no fixed themes. However, entrants should endeavor to explore relevant subject-matter.

Submissions are open to writers/artists from all parts of the world.

All submissions must be original, intellectual property of the entrants.

Submissions should be accompanied with a biography (not more than 100 words) and contact details of the entrant.

All entries must be submitted via email to afasreview@gmail.com with the subject – AFAS REVIEW.

Submission Deadline: 8th September, 2016

Selected entrants will receive a copy of the publication.

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Kolade Olanrewaju Freedom
For: AFAS Review Committee

Signed:
Akubueze Chidiebere
Director of information, AFAS.

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