Critique Classes and Upcoming Events

28 Oct

Hello everyone,

Critique classes for the Poetry and Art committees have been scheduled!

The poetry committee critique class will be held Wednesday, October 28th at 6:15
in Room 421 of New Belk Library.
Sarah Humphries and Joseph Bathanti will guide
the group through the review and selection process.

The art committee critique class will be held October 30th at 4:10 in Wey Hall
Room 131
.  Angela Barker and Kathleen Campbell will be leading this critique

Students interested in the Prose committee should contact us for information
about the next committee meeting.  Students can also join the facebook
group–link provided below.

If you are unable to make these times due to a prior commitment but would still
like to be involved, please contact us at and we will
schedule a make up date.

Other Upcoming Events:

–Our next Monthly Meeting will be held on November 4th at 7:30 in Room 421 of
New Belk Library.

–The PEEL will be hosting an Open Mic Night November 16th at 8 PM in Crossroads
Cafe.  Those interested in reading should come 10 minutes early to have their
poetry or short fiction checked by a PEEL staff member.

Remember: The Fall Deadline is November 20th for the debut edition of the
online magazine.
Get creative and send your submissions in soon!  Encourage
your friends and classmates to submit as well.

Also, for more information on the different committees to get involved in, find us on Facebook!

The PEEL Lit

Prose Committee–



Special Events

Graphic Design


If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at anytime!

The PEEL Staff


One Response to “Critique Classes and Upcoming Events”

  1. Caitlin Millward September 22, 2010 at 8:30 pm #

    Hi, Peel Staff —

    I have been interested in helping out with The Peel for a while, but have never had time until now. Is there any way I could help out or even join?

    Would I be able to come to your next meeting and when is it? If I can’t join, I would love to be an extra set of eyes for staff members. I am an English major with an art background, so maybe I could help contribute to the magazine…



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