“It’s really important to me that our English students have a place where they can just come and sit and hang out.”
Literary magazines are alive and well at Butler University
The effects of a pandemic and movements towards equity have changed Manuscripts and Booth, two literary magazines housed on campus.
Manuscripts: The process behind Butler’s literary magazine
Starting in the fall semester, Manuscripts’ executive team collects and edits undergraduate literary pieces to release in printed magazine form in the spring. The magazine has a variety of contests during the school year to encourage more submissions.
Manuscripts encourages Indiana students to draw, write for magazine
As a club committed to giving students an outlet for their creativity, Manuscripts has nothing short of interesting stories, poems, pictures, drawings and essays.