HUMID Literary Magazine, SFA’s undergraduate student-produced journal, is published annually, and the submission window for the next issue closes midnight Oct. 1. 

They showcase fiction, non-fiction, drama, art, poetry, photography, excerpts from novels, and screenplays.  

“The theme for the next issue is rejuvenation/new beginnings and perseverance,” Daquan Allen, senior interdisciplinary studies major from Dallas, said. “If you’ve submitted before but didn’t hear back, keep trying and submitting.” 

The submission window is open to all current SFA undergraduate students at SFA. The submission form and guidelines can be found on the HUMID journal’s newly redesigned website. 

“Students can make submissions in multiple categories," Coordinator of Creative Writing Dr. Sara Henning said. “The fifteenth issue of HUMID will be sent to the printers November 1 and published online, with a Launch party on November 3, and the hard copy will be ready by the end of November.” 

HUMID is a class-supported literary journal every year. The student-based internship class helps students to gain and learn practical skills for future careers as well as graduate classes.  

“Preference will be given for submissions made within the theme,” Tina Ellison, senior creative writing major from Spring, Texas, said. “We chose the figure of the phoenix to represent the theme for our fifteenth issue; revival and change.”

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