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WATERTOWN — Jefferson Community College is accepting submissions from alumni, students, faculty and staff for the 2020 edition of the Black River Review, a journal of poetry, prose and fine arts.

The deadline for the 13th volume is Feb. 14.

Submissions should be original work and categorized as one of the following:

— Poetry: up to seven poems, not to exceed 50 lines each;

— Fiction: up to two short stories, not to exceed 1,500 words each;

— Nonfiction: up to two essays, not to exceed 1,500 words each;

— Plays: up to two one-act plays, not to exceed 1,500 words each;

— Art work: up to four pieces in the original medium (for example- black ink or pencil drawing, laser printed computer graphics);

— Photography: up to four black & white digital photographs, minimum 4 inches by 5 inches, and at least 300 dpi resolution

— Music: melody 16 measures or more in length, digitally printed.

Complimentary copies of the journal will be available for the public at the Bookstore, in the Jules Center, and library, John W. Deans Collaborative Learning Center. The journal will also be available on the College’s website after printed publication.

The title of the submission, category of work, author’s name, address, telephone number and a brief biographical note must appear on a separate cover sheet; only the title should appear on the manuscript. Original written work and musical compositions may be submitted by email to: blackriverreview@sunyjefferson.edu; by visit to the English Department, Room 6-202.

Submissions may be mailed to:

Jefferson Community College

Attention: Christine Pristash

1220 Coffeen St.

Watertown, NY 13601

Original art work may be submitted by visit to Room 6-102, Jules Center (Building 6) or mail to:

Jefferson Community College

Attention: Lucinda D. Barbour

1220 Coffeen St.

Watertown, NY 13601

For more information, call the JCC English Department at (315) 786-2328.

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