ETC: Art and Literary Magazine

Our mission in this magazine is to inspire and create a stronger community through art and literature. By publishing creative visual and literary student works that touch upon the themes presented in Disability Visibility: First-Person From The Twenty-First Century edited by Alice Wong, the magazine will connect to the College's Institutional Outcome of Individual Development that includes ethical values, personal wellness, and personal learning strategies.

ETC 2022 Magazine [pdf]

Themes

ETC: Magazine is inspired by the numerous prevailing themes of the 2022–2023 Hawkeye Reads book selection Disability Visibility edited by Alice Wong. Below are prevalent themes in the book.

  • Accessibility
    • Accommodations
  • Community
    • Resources and connections
    • Solidarity
  • Confidence
    • Acceptance
    • Forgiveness of self and others
    • Beauty standards
  • Culture
    • Values
    • Language
  • Discrimination
    • Stigma
  • Identity and Representation
  • Mental Health
  • Relationships
    • Symbolic
    • Familial
  • Thriving in Adversity
    • Persistence

Enter Your Work for Consideration for the 2023 ETC Hawkeye Magazine

Last year’s edition featured over 60 pages of student photography, paintings, poems, short stories, drawings, and digital design. To be featured in this year’s edition, please submit work that relates to or is inspired by the themes of Disability Visibility edited by Alice Wong!

Any creative piece you want to submit we’ll consider it for ETC!

If you do not have access to equipment to scan or photograph your work, or have questions about entering audio or video submissions please email Arts and Literature ETC.

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If you do not have access to equipment to scan or photograph your work, please e-mail studlitart@hawkeyecollege.edu to coordinate a time to drop off your artwork.


Contact Information

Faculty Advisors

Robin Sprague
Black Hawk Hall 102
319-296-2329 ext.1703
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Dan Jensen
Black Hawk Hall 158
319-296-2329 ext.1295
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Jennifer Bates
Black Hawk Hall 252A
319-296-2329 ext.1211
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