The Time is Right to Write for the Voice!

Several yellow pencils on diagonal and parallel to each other on whiteIt’s an exciting time at The Voice!  For 25 years The Voice has published a quality magazine for and by AU students.  This month, with the fresh look of its website, The Voice is drawing more attention and more readers.  As an AU student, you might be thinking, “How can I be a part of this?”

Get in to Win!  Before you do anything else, you’ll want to get in on The Voice‘s subscriber draw for an iPad Mini.  Entering is so easy you’ll want to stop reading this and enter right away.  There are two ways to enter (but you can only enter once).

If you haven’t already signed up for The Voice‘s weekly reminder e-mail, then sign up here:  www.voicemagazine.org/subscribe.  Not only will you be entered in the draw, you’ll get an e-mail each Friday when the latest issue of The Voice is published online.  (You can unsubscribe anytime after November 30, but why would you want to?)

If you were already subscribing to The Voice‘s e-mail reminder before you knew they’d be splashing prizes around, you can still enter.  Just go to www.voicemagazine.org/contact and give your feedback on the new website and you’ll be entered, too.

All entries received by November 30 have a chance to win an iPad Mini or one of 25 swag packages.

Add your voice to The VoiceThe Voice always has room for more voices.  If you’re an AU student, this is a perfect opportunity to try out your writing skills, get published, and get paid.  The Voice pays real money for articles of all kinds including news, opinion pieces, movie and book reviews, and more.  The Voice will also pay for short or serial pieces of fiction, and poetry.  If you think you’ve got something to share with The Voice‘s readers, contact the editor at voice@voicemagazine.org or complete the online form at www.voicemagazine.org/write-for-the-voice to pitch your idea.

Not only do writers for The Voice get published and get paid, they get their own swanky bio page.  Here’s a glittering example of a bio page (okay, it’s mine):  www.voicemagazine.org/author/barbara-lehtiniemi; check out more writer bios at www.voicemagazine.org/staff.  If you’re an aspiring writer, a bio page is a great way to introduce yourself to the reading public.  Even if you don’t plan to make a career of writing, a Voice bio page is sure to impress your friends.

The Voice gives you great reading all week long, a downloadable PDF on Fridays, cash for your compositions, and—this month only—great prizes.  The Voice is here for you and would love to make you a part of its second quarter century.

 

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