We invite you to submit works of writing.

Please submit no more than three pieces of poetry, prose, or visual art. You can have any combination of three submissions. If you are submitting one poem that means you are free to submit to visual art or prose piece as well, as long as your total number of submissions does not exceed three. We are broad in our definitions of both of  categories and hope that you will be, too. (Poetry, for example, could encompass lyric, free verse, prose, or constraint modes like sestinas and couplets, though hybrids of two or more modes of poetry are equally exciting to read.)

No more than three submissions and please limit your submissions to 1,500 words.

(Note: Submissions to Fragments are only open to Students, Faculty, and Staff of Seattle University. We apologize for any inconvenience)

We invite you to submit works of writing.

Please submit no more than three pieces of poetry, prose, or visual art. You can have any combination of three submissions. If you are submitting one prose piece that means you are free to submit to visual art or poetry as well, as long as your total number of submissions does not exceed three. We are broad in our definitions of categories and hope that you will be, too. (Prose, for example, could encompass flash or short fiction or memoir, lyric essays, travel writing, creative list-making, among other creative nonfiction modes, as well as hybrid forms of two or more of the aforementioned.)

No more than three submissions and please limit your submission to 1,500 words.

(Note: Submissions to Fragments are only open to Students, Faculty, and Staff of Seattle University. We apologize for any inconvenience)

We invite you to submit works of visual art for this year's Fragments issue. Visual art can include photography, film, and other media that incorporates a primary visual aesthetic. Please submit no more than three pieces for consideration.

For all film entries, please upload the file to a third party site (e.g. Vimeo or YouTube) and then provide the link in your submission entry. Please also provide a brief summary of the work.

(Note: Submissions to Fragments are only open to Students, Faculty, and Staff of Seattle University. We apologize for any inconvenience)

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