St. Cloud State University's


Multicultural Literary Arts Magazine


Kaleidoscope presents poetry, essays, short stories, art, and photography with a multicultural theme. Sponsored through the Write Place, SCSU's writing center, Kaleidoscope publishes the work of students, faculty, and staff at St. Cloud State University.

Eventually all issues of this publication will be available online as well as in print.


Online Kaleidoscopes | Submission Guidelines | Eligibility | Judging | Information


This magazine is funded through a St. Cloud State University Cultural Diversity Committee allocation. Contributors retain all rights to their work.


Online Kaleidoscopes

Volume 8, 1997-1998

Volume 4, 1993

Volume 7, 1996

Volume 3, 1992

Volume 6, 1995

Volume 2, 1991

Volume 5, 1994

Volume 1, 1990


Submission Guidelines

To be accepted for publication, submissions must be of high quality, must match the magazine's multicultural theme, and must follow these guidelines:


Eligibility

Staff and faculty currently employed by SCSU and students enrolled part- or full-time during the submission period are eligible to submit their work. Entries from people of all racial and ethnic backgrounds are encouraged.


Judging

The criteria used for judging are two: the quality of the writing or visual and the appropriateness of the piece given the magazine's multicultural theme. Judges are unaware of the identities of writers, photographers, and artists during the review process and may not vote on their own submissions. Entries receiving the most votes are selected for publication.


For more information, contact

The Write Place
Riverview 118
St. Cloud State University
St. Cloud, MN 56301-4498

(320) 255-2031


For questions and suggestions, please e-mail us at leolink@tigger.stcloudstate.edu.


© 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope Online

Kaleidoscope is a part of LEO: Literacy Education Online, the Write Place's website. The electronic and print versions of the publication are funded through a St. Cloud State University Cultural Diversity Committee allocation. Contributors retain all rights to their work.

LEO: Literacy Education Online

This homepage was written by Sharon Cogdill and Judith Kilborn for the Write Place, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN, and may be copied for educational purposes only. If you copy this document, please include our copyright notice and the name of the writer; if you revise it, please add your name to the list of writers.

Last update: 11 May 2000

URL: http://leo.stcloudstate.edu/kaleidoscope/index.html