C A L L for Submissions: The Thing Itself, a literary journal of Our Lady of the Lake University, is open for submissions. We are accepting short fiction and nonfiction (up to 5,000 words), and poetry (up to three poems).
Breaking Free by Ray Santisteban
. Dr. Octavio Quintanilla, faculty advisor for The Thing Itself, will read from his poetry collection, If I Go Missing, on Wednesday, February, 11, at University of the Incarnate Word. The reading will take place at the Special Collections of the
Inaugural reading for The Thing Itself 2014-2015 Reading Series
I encourage everyone to come join us at The Twig Bookshop, March 7 from 4-6. Featured readers include Alisa Mullen, Diego Ramirez, Robert Ferrelli, Erica Seiler, and Gerard Robledo. We hope to see you all there!
The Thing Itself has decided to extend our submissions deadline to Sunday, February sixteenth. Be sure to get those last minute submissions in! We look forward to reading you work. -David Hale, Editor-in-Chief
This Friday, 1/31, The Thing Itself will return to The Twig for our monthly featured reading and Open Mic event. I encourage any and everyone to come out, hear some great work, and have a great time. I look forward
The Thing Itself is a publication of Our Lady of the Lake University’s MA/MFA Program in Creative Writing, Literature, and Social Justice.
About Us The Thing Itself is a print and online literary journal powered by the students of Our Lady of the Lake University. Until recently, the journal exclusively published student work, but has now opened its doors to outside submissions.