Literary Mag 'Underground Pool' Hosts Reading & Launch Party
April 2, 2014
Join us for a launch party and reading to celebrate the publication of the Spring 2014 issue of Underground Pool, the University’s student literary magazine. The reading and party will take place on April 10 at 6:30 p.m. in Terra Hall, Room 905 (211 S. Broad Street).
The new issue, co-edited by senior Writing for Film & Television majors Nichole Celauro and Veronica Zabczynski and designed by senior Graphic Design major Josh Pindjak, includes poems, stories, drawings, photography, painting and more from students in a wide range of majors across the University. Each of the six short stories in the magazine was illustrated by a student majoring in Illustration, and the issue's theme – Searching – is reflected in the written work and the cover.
The launch party will include brief readings from the writing contributors. Light refreshments – and plenty of magazines! – will be on hand.
Underground Pool is published each spring by the Creative Writing program. Each issue features work by current undergraduates at UArts. Submissions are read and reviewed by students in the Creative Writing Major and Creative Writing Minor and Program Director Elise Juska.
Above: "On The Hunt," a short story by Carlos Rios '14 (Writing for Film & Television) illustrated by Anne Meier '14 (Illustration) is included in Issue Four.