Check out the list provided to see what new options you have.
You now have way more freedom with our new format not being limited to print. If you want to translate your literature into a voice-over or incorporate a video, you can now.
Submission File Details
FILES 2MB OR BELOW
Maximum of 5 sumissions per person
If you are not able to photograph your work contact the Denali to set up an arrangement with a photographer.
Accepted file types :
.pdf, .doc, .docx
.mp3, .m4a, .ogg
.mp4, .m4v, .mov, .wmv, .avi, .mpg, .ogv
.jpeg, .png, .gif
Works should not exceed 2,000 words
72 ppi with at least 1000 px on one side
I assure all works I have submitted are my own original pieces, and I authorize the Denali to publish my submitted work, should it be accepted by the editorial board.
I understand the Denali editing staff reserves editorial control of all material submitted and protects all rights. Edits will be minimal and applied only if necessary, pertaining to website layout needs, fonts, etc. Students will be contacted about any edits the staff chooses to make and the student reserves the right to pull material if they disagree with the editorial changes.
The Denali Literature and Arts Magazine acquires First North American Serial Rights and online publication rights of material selected for publication; authors and artists retain all other rights to the material.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Who can submit? A: Denali accepts any submissions from persons living in Lane County that have been, or are currently, students of Lane Community College. All submitted pieces must be the artist’s original work.
Q: When can I submit? A: Submissions are accepted at any time, however submissions must be turned in by the deadline to be considered for publication in that issue.
Q: What can I submit? A: Denali considers all original works of art and literature regardless of medium, style, or subject matter. This includes poetry and short stories of up to 2000 words, photography, etchings, prints, paintings, drawings, photo manipulation, and now accepting audio and video files with our new online format.
Q: Does submission guarantee publication? A: No, it doesn’t. All works submitted are reviewed by an Editorial Board of students, the editor, and advisors. The Editorial Board evaluates the works on matters of style, substance, voice, and creativity.
Q: Does this mean that Denali will own my work? A: Absolutely not; all applicable copyrights will be retained by the author or creator of works that are submitted and/or published. Denali receives one-time publishing rights only for any piece selected by the Editorial Board.