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Figments of Imagination Reading – YOU Are Invited!

Each year, students are invited to submit their best writing, photos, and artwork for inclusion in Figments of Imagination, BSC’s literary and arts journal.*

The 2016 issue will be unveiled on Wednesday, May 4, from Noon to 1 p.m.

Library Commons, 1st floor, LEA Hall  

Join us for readings from the issue and to get your own copy.   

We will have cookies!    

* Figments of Imagination is produced by students in ENGL 213 – Literary Publications.  Interested? Sign up for next year’s class!

Course Description: ENGL 213: Literary Publications; Credits: 3; Typically offered: Spring

This course is an introduction to creative magazine publishing. Students will produce Figments of Imagination, the campus literary and arts journal. Students will learn how to solicit manuscript and visual art entries; screen, select and edit pieces; and design, lay out and publish the journal. Students also will take part in grant writing, establishing a campus and Web presence for the journal, organizing open mic nights, public readings and collaborative musical performances, and distributing the finished project.

[Source: BSC Academic Catalog, 2016-17]

 

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Figments of Imagination Reading

Today, the BSC Library hosted the annual Figments of Imagination reading. Figments is produced by the English 213 Literary Publications class as a showcase for student writing and artwork. Dr. Kim Crowley, Assistant Professor of English, leads the class.  Stop by the Library to pick up your free copy of Figments!

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ArtsQuest – Campus Crawl

The place to be was all around the BSC Library for today’s ArtsQuest Campus Crawl.  Raku was being fired west of the library from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., students unveiled the latest Figments of Imagination literary journal and did a reading over the noon hour on the library courtyard, and  the ever-popular tie-dye event took place from noon to 3 p.m. between the Library and Werner Hall.

Here are some snapshots taken by Reference Librarian Johanna Bjork. Enjoy!

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Figments of Imagination Reading

You are invited …

Figments of Imagination Reading

Tuesday, May 3, 2011 –  BSC Library – 5 p.m.

The 2011 issue of Figments of Imagination will be unveiled at the BSC Library on Tuesday, May 3, at 5 p.m. 

We invite you to attend the reading, pick up a free copy of Figments, and enjoy some refreshments. 

Figments of Imagination is published each spring and is BSC’s literary and visual art journal.  Students who contributed poetry and prose pieces to Figments will read from their works, and students who contributed artwork will talk about their creations. 

Figments of Imagination Reading Tonight!

Join us at the BSC Library for the unveiling of this year’s Figments of Imagination publication.  Student writers and artists will share their work with us.

It starts at 5 p.m. and refreshments will be served.  Be there!

Figments of Imagination @ the Library – II

We had a wonderful evening in the Library on Monday, May 4, when the 2009 Figments of Imagination was unveiled.  It was such fun to hear the writers read or perform their pieces and to hear the artists tell the stories behind their artwork. 

Kudos to the Figments team — Dawn Archer, editor in chief; Jana Sydlo and Candice Steidler, co-editors; Kelsey Yantzer, assistant; Felipe Martyn, creative art director, and Karen Bauer, advisor.  You did marvelous work!

Stop by the Library to pick up your free copy of Figments of Imagination.

Figments of Imagination @ the Library

The 2009 Figments of Imagination will be unveiled at the BSC Library on Monday, May 4, at 5:30 p.m.  We invite you to attend the reading, pick up a free copy of Figments, and enjoy some refreshments. 

Figments is BSC’s literary and visual arts journal and is published annually each spring.  Students who contributed poetry and prose pieces to Figments will read from their work, and students who contributed artwork will talk about their work. 

Be there or be square!  It’s great fun.