Submissions to Refract Magazine
December 16, 2021
From: Prof. Amy Baily, Faculty Advisor for Refract Magazine, Department of English
As you are reviewing final papers, please remember that Refract, Baruch’s student-run non-fiction literary magazine (https://www.refractmagazine.com/), publishes outstanding critical, personal, and research-based writing by undergraduates throughout the academic year. When you encounter work that strikes you as especially compelling, we hope you will encourage your students to submit it themselves or ask if you may submit it on their behalf (in such cases, please just make sure you include an email address for the author).
Student authors will see their work published in a polished, beautifully illustrated online magazine, and all submissions will be considered for the annual Berlfein Prize, which comes with a $500 award.
You or your student can send submissions to the following email address: email@example.com
Thanks so much for helping with this! As you probably know, the magazine depends on regular submissions, many of which are first generated in your classes. We also encourage you to give us a read at https://www.refractmagazine.com/ If you have any questions, you can reach me at Amy.Baily@baruch.cuny.edu
Amy Baily (she/her)
Faculty Advisor for Refract Magazine
Department of English
Note on Refract submissions to share with students via email or Blackboard:
As you wrap up the semester, we hope you’ll consider submitting your writing to Refract, Baruch’s student-run online, non-fiction literary magazine. With essays focused on contemporary issues in the arts, sciences, politics, culture, and literature as well as research and personal experience, Refract showcases the intellectual life of Baruch undergraduates.
Accepted pieces will be published in a thoughtfully designed online magazine, and all submissions will be considered for the annual Berlfein Prize, which comes with a $500 award.