Jeopardy Magazine

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SUBMISSIONS ARE CLOSED


Submissions for the 57th edition are now closed.

Thank you for your interest in Jeopardy Magazine. During our submission period we are pleased to consider all previously unpublished works from Western Washington University students, staff, faculty, and alumni.


Our Mission Statement:

Jeopardy Magazine is a space to cherish the creative work of the students, faculty, staff, and alumni who make Western Washington University uniquely us. We are a student-run undergraduate publication rooted in the belief that uplifting the diverse and varied voices of Western’s community is crucial work. We seek submissions, across genres and mediums, that resonate emotionally. With a focus on reflecting local culture and authenticity, we hope to publish work that embodies the authors’ own voices. Our mission is to showcase the multicultural and interdisciplinary art and writing of the campus community each year. Every issue of Jeopardy is a moment in time, in place, in collective spirit.


Please read and follow the submission guidelines:

There are two reading deadlines for the 57th edition of Jeopardy. Submitters can provide up to three literary submissions per deadline and up to five art submissions per deadline.


57th Edition Submission Period:
First submission deadline: December 11th, 2020, 11:59 PM
Second (final) submission deadline: March 5th, 2021, 11:59 PM


Literary pieces include, but are not limited to the following:

♦ Prose: Short fiction, creative nonfiction, and excerpts from larger works (double-spaced, up to 3,000 words)

♦ Poetry: A poetry submission can include up to 5 poems, but only one poetry submission is allowed per deadline  

♦ Plays and screenplays (up to 25 pages)

♦ Translations of short prose or poetry

Please ensure your name does not appear on the transcript or in the submission file name. Each submission must be accompanied by a cover letter that includes author's desired name, works' titles, short author bio, and author's connection to Western Washington University. 

If you feel that your work requires content warnings, please include these on the first page of your submission document.

Simultaneous submissions are allowed. Please notify us immediately if a piece is accepted for publication elsewhere. If one or more poems from a group is accepted elsewhere, please add a note to your submission indicating which.

Art pieces include, but are not limited to the following:

♦ Fine art

♦ Photography

♦ Industrial design

♦ Graphic design 

♦ Original music/dance


*Other forms of multi-media will also be considered


We’re looking forward to reviewing your work!


Many thanks,

The Jeopardy Editorial Staff




With any questions/concerns, email Editor-in-Chief, Linnea Boice at jeopardy@wwu.edu



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