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Exit 7

A Journal of Literature & Art

About Exit 7: Exit 7 is produced annually by West Kentucky Community and Technical College and seeks to publish outstanding work from both established and emerging writers.

Contact Information:

Editor: Britton Shurley

4810 Alben Barkley Drive

Paducah, KY 42001

Phone: (270) 534-3243

Email: britton.shurley@kctcs.edu

Web: www.westkentucky.kctcs.edu/en/Student_Life/Exit7.aspx

Submission/Subscription Information:

Genres: Fiction, Poetry, Nonfiction

Simultaneous submissions: yes Email submissions: no Online submissions: no Reading period: 8/1-5/1 Response time: 2-3 months Payment: 2 copies Contests: no Founded: 2012 Issues per year: 1 Copy price: $7 Average pages: 100 Sample price (postpaid): $5 Subscription (Ind) 1 year: $7 Subscription (Inst) 1 year: $10

Publisher’s description: Our mission is to publish outstanding literature by established and emerging writers and to gives students at the community college level the unique opportunity to work as editors on a nationally distributed literary journal. Student editors for Exit 7 work under the guidance of a faculty editor, gaining hands on experience in soliciting material, evaluating submissions, as well as publicizing and distributing the journal. In addition, editors have access to our growing library of literary journals.

Recent issues:

This Spring 2014 (Volume 3) issue features work from Ocean Vuong, Eric Lee, J.T. Ledbetter, Tony Gloeggler, Bob Bledsoe, Troy Schoultz, Davis McCombs, Penny Guisinger, Jeff Cohen, Erin Bealmer, Nin Andrews, Michael Minassian, Anne Dyer Stuart, John Sibley Williams, Brian Hyer, M. Brett Gaffney, William Snyder Jr., Mitchell L.H. Douglas, and Keith Alexander.

Volume 2 features work by Neil Aitken, Ross Gay, Elizabeth Poliner, Bo Bartlett, Joe Heithaus, Shane Seely, Paula Carter, Jay Hopler, Mathias Svalina, Lynnell Edwards, Carrie Jerrell, Laura Van Prooyen, Maureen Ewing, and Nick Ostdick.

Fantastic inaugural issue featuring poems by Dan Albergotti, Adrian Blevins, Oliver de la Paz, and Nathaniel Perry; fiction by Jim Ray Daniels and Jeff Wallace; as well as a stunning 8 page portfolio of art by Maggie Taylor.

 

last updated 5/27/2014