Tapestries is a university-sponsored literary and visual arts magazine, reflecting the broad creative talents of the university’s burgeoning writers and artists. See entry guidelines at the bottom of the page.
Each year the School of Arts and Letters hosts the Gunard Berry Carlson Writing Contest to recognize undergraduate students’ outstanding writing and visual artwork. Writing categories include fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and essay writing; visual arts categories include photography, painting (oil or water), sculpture, and sketch. Entries are judged by an interdisciplinary faculty panel, and prizes are awarded as follows:
All winning entries and honorable mentions in both the writing and visual arts categories are published in Tapestries, with the winning visual arts entry serving as the magazine’s cover image.
Any currently enrolled Saint Francis undergraduate may submit writing or artwork for the Gunard Berry Carlson Writing Contest. For more information regarding contest guidelines and submission procedures, please contact Dr. Brennan Thomas at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 814-471-1111.
Read past editions in the archives
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