Posted October 22, 2010
The 2010 Idaho State University creative arts journal Black Rock & Sage is available for purchase and the submission period for the 2011 issue of the journal is open.
Issue 9, the 2010 Black Rock & Sage includes 10 art and design pieces published, a CD featuring musical performers and compositions, six works of fiction and 10 poems. It includes the winner of the Black Rock & Sage Prose Contest, Joshua Mayes’ “The Romance Story,” and the Ford Swetnam prize-winner “Mile Marker 42” by Stephen Hunt.
The journal is available for purchase for $6 for the general public or $5 for ISU students. Copies are available at Idaho State University's on-campus bookstore, or by writing firstname.lastname@example.org. It can be read at the Eli M. Oboler Library.
The submission period for the 2011 Issue of Black Rock & Sage runs through Feb. 14. Only submissions by current ISU students are accepted.
The journal requests submissions of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, art, music and photography. Visit www.isu.edu/blackrock for submission guidelines and other information about the journal, as well as information on upcoming events including the Black Rock & Sage Writing Workshop Jan. 29.
Information is also available by contacting editor-in-chief Steven Hall at email@example.com.