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    Saintly Synopsis: Open Mic Night

    Hello Saints! This week’s article is something a little different, as we give our review of The Saintly Review’s first ever Open Mic Night. This article goes up hot on the heels of the event, so we can relive the excitement, fun, drama, and everything else that made this little hour into a special moment in the JYC, one that’s worth experimenting with more as the Saintly Review continues onward. This event would not have been possible without the commitment of a small but dedicated group of Saintly editors, so we have to give a shout out to Abigail, Jill, Katie, Michael, Molly, Sophie, and Tim who found…

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    Event: Info Session on 3/30!

    Attention all Saintly scribes! Are you thinking of submitting to the Saintly Review, but you have some questions? Are you confused about the theme and need clarification? Do you want to workshop your pieces with the editing team? Well you’re in luck! Join us on Wednesday March 30th at 7:30pm for an information session on zoom! Our zoom meeting link is 327 624 3890 and we look forward to seeing you then! Publication in The Saintly Review is an accomplishment you can put on your resume, and it’s a fun way to make your mark on the Emmanuel and Colleges of the Fenway community. We will discuss theme…

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Who runs The Saintly Review? This magazine is student-run. The editorial staff of this magazine consist of the students enrolled in English-3405 at Emmanuel College: “Editing and Publishing a Literary Magazine”, taught by Professor Dan Murphy. This is an amateur magazine, and so we cannot compensate writers and artists for their contributions. Our goal is to learn more about the publishing world and cultivate a magazine we can be proud of. In this class, students learn to nurture and publish outstanding student, staff, and faculty literary fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual art; to foster the professional development of editors, writers, poets, and artists; and to enrich the Emmanuel…