ABOUT THE PUBLICATION:
Founded in 1923, The Quarry Literary and Fine Arts Magazine is one of St. Olaf's oldest student-run publications. The magazine features student produced poetry, prose, and visual art. The online platform also showcases student performance, dance, music, and new media. The Quarry provides a platform for undergraduate publication and strives to make connections both between arts and literature and the greater community.
GENERAL SUBMISSION INFORMATION:
Spring 2018 submission period: February 14 - March 6
Submissions will be reviewed by the editorial staff throughout the month of March. Notices will be sent in early April disclosing publication decisions.
The Quarry accepts works of poetry and prose in any genre, including fiction, creative nonfiction, and essays. For longer works, excerpts may be considered.
A maximum of five literary submissions will be accepted per student. Files should be submitted as PDFs to firstname.lastname@example.org. When sending submissions, please include each piece as a separate file attachment. Please begin each file label with your last name, followed by the title of the piece, and then the number submission.
Example: Fitzgerald_The Great Gatsby_3
The Quarry accepts works of visual art in all media, including photography, drawings, paintings, 3D art.
The Quarry will also consider video art and other non-print media for our online publication. The Quarry offers a documentation session for student artwork. Documentation session will be held March 1st from 11:30-3pm.
A maximum of five artistic submissions will be accepted per student. Files should be submitted as High Resolution JPGs, flattened TIFFs, or PNGs to email@example.com. When sending submissions, please include each piece as a separate file attachment, and begin each file label with your last name, followed by the title of the piece. Artwork dimensions should also be included with your submission.
Example: VanGogh_The Starry Night_5
The Quarry will also consider performance works and dance to be showcased both or either in our online publication and gallery show at the end of April and beginning of May.
Please submit a good quality video of your work or link to your work to be performed.
A maximum of five artistic submissions will be accepted per student. Files should be submitted as .mp4 videos or high quality vimeo/youtube links to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any questions regarding submission guidelines or procedures may be addressed to email@example.com.
Alexandra Madsen | Executive Editor
Pre-Architecture, Media Studies '18
Alexandra has been interested in exploring the integrative relationship between design, sustainability, and social responsibility. She believes that art and design have the ability to create a sense of place - providing a purposeful, functional, and aesthetic framework in which to create communities and places of social identity. She hails from Chicago, IL where she loves to admire the architecture around the city and visit her favorite artists, Anish Kapoor and Alexander Calder, in art museums downtown. She hopes to do a lot of traveling in her lifetime, and to use art as a platform to improve her community.
Anders R. Mattson | Literary Editor
English and Philosophy, Film Studies '19
Anders has always been fascinated by the excitement art can invoke in peoples hearts. His biggest fear is the possibility that love is not enough. Hailing from Dana Point, California, Anders can always be found with a cup of coffee in hand and a new subject to rant about. When he is not reading submissions to the Quarry, Anders participates as News Editor for the Manitou Messenger. Anders is a lover of the surreal and absurd, particularly shows found on Adult Swim, as well as works by William Blake, David Lynch and Albert Camus. His favorite poet is Charles Bukowski, though more recently he has enjoyed the works of Amanda Nadelberg and Stephen Corey.
JABRI WHIRL | Art Editor
Studio Art, Art History '18
Jabri's interests reflect a fascination for the intersection of identity and art, being driven to explore how identity affects both individuals and cultures. When she's not collecting and viewing submissions as The Quarry's Art Editor, Jabri is creating and encouraging dialogue on campus. Her most influential artists include Sigmar Polke, Kerry James Marshall, Theaster Gates, and Carrie Mae Weems. Jabri is interested in encouraging collaboration between artistic communities and more inclusiveness in an array of artistic mediums.
THOMAS HARDY | Layout Editor
Studio Art, Environmental Studies '20
This is Thomas Hardy, the Layout Editor for The Quarry. Thomas is a studio art major with an environmental studies concentration. He comes from Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Some of Thomas’ favorite artists are Arthur Rackham, André Derain, and Thomas Hart Benton.