GVSU Presentation and Publication Opportunities
fishladder is a student-run publication at GVSU that publishes students fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, drama, photography, and art. Submissions are welcome anytime before the final deadline each year, and the journal is published in April.
In Our Own Words: A Journal About Women
Each winter semester, the Women's Center compiles works submitted by students, faculty, staff, and community members for In Our Own Words: A Journal About Women. Comprised of poetry, short fiction, and creative non-fiction, the journal provides a place for women's voices to emerge, be heard, and resonate. Past volumes have included works on subjects such as motherhood, marriage, and race, among many other issues. Contact the Women's Center for more information.
GV Journal of History
The Grand Valley Journal of History provides undergraduate students from all institutions with an opportunity to publish their historically-based research. The GVJH is a journal for all majors, operated by student editors and overseen by a faculty advisory board.
GVSU Art Gallery
The mission of the GVSU Art Gallery is to encourage appreciation and understanding of art and its role in society through direct engagement with original works of art. The Art Gallery acquires, preserves, interprets, exhibits, and otherwise makes accessible works of art for the benefit of a variety of audiences, in support of the interdisciplinary educational goals of the University and for the benefit of the community at large.
Lanthorn Literary Edition
The Lanthorn publishes a literary edition two times per year: after Thanksgiving break and in the spring. Submissions are e-mailed to the current Managing Editor at email@example.com. Students can submit up to three entries per category. The categories are non-fiction, fictional short stories, poems, photography, illustrations and graphics.
ScholarWorks is an open-access repository maintained by the GVSU Libraries that showcases and maintains works by GVSU scholars. The GVSU Libraries are committed to preserving these works, with a static URL, on a long term basis. The mission of ScholarWorks@GVSU is to collect and preserve scholarly, educational, and creative works by GVSU faculty, staff and students. Materials in ScholarWorks may be viewed by anyone.
Student Scholars Day (SSD)
SSD is held once each year to celebrate the scholarship and creative work performed by GVSU students. The day showcases faculty-mentored student work, shared through many venues, including (but not limited to) oral presentations, discussion and panel sessions, fine arts exhibits and performances, and poster presentations.
SSD projects may be initiated as part of a course or as independent collaborations with faculty. GVSU encourages all students to consider enhancing their personal and professional development by engaging in scholarly and creative work with faculty, and to share their work with the GVSU community.
Vinette is an online publication composed of the work of talented GVSU student writers. It includes nonfiction writing, both creative and technical, as well as print and web designs. This is a venue for students to share their writing styles, deliver ideas, and publish their own pieces. This is a place for writers in all disciplines and welcomes every student to submit their work. See the submissions page for details. Vinette is published annually in one spring installment.
Women's Center Art Program
Each year, the Women's Center puts out a call for works of art to be displayed in our space. The center believes that the function of art is to challenge our perceptions and to help us create new meaning and understanding. The Women's Center is committed to using art as a form of expression for women. The exhibit focuses on a small number of student works that celebrate and highlight women's diverse experiences.