The Montage is ready to let students and faculty showcase their creative abilities.

“We at the Montage feel that it is necessary for a college to give its students the opportunity to publish their own work. With the Montage, we might be able to let the college speak in a newer, more creative, way. With talk of a new MFA (masters of fine arts) degree in creative writing, it seems necessary for the magazine to be relevant to the school at this point in time. It can only become stronger with the support of the student body,” Perkins explains.

The magazine is always accepting submissions in poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction essays, drama, photography and other forms of visual art.

“Our purpose is to provide a platform for students to become familiar with publishing their own writing,” Montage editor Tyler Perkins explains.

The Montage is about the students, the college and gaining a broader audience.

“We are expecting students to take in interest in the college’s reputation. If the magazine becomes more popular, we can start sponsoring events around Brooklyn Heights that will allow students to display their work to a broader audience,” says Perkins.

Those in charge of the magazine this year are hoping that the Montage will capture the interest of writers and artists of all backgrounds.

This literary magazine is accepting submissions from students and faculty at montage@sfc.edu.

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