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Have you always wanted to see your work in print? Well here's your chance! Submissions are open now for the second issue of Between Four Junctions, BGS's magazine for the written and visual arts.
The magazine publishes the best work in the visual and written arts from the BGS community – pupils, staff, OBs, and parents. If you’d like to see a copy of the first issue, you can purchase one for £1 from David Briggs, or from Reception. If you’d like to submit work for the second issue, the deadline for submission is 21 June 2019. Further submission guidelines follow:
BETWEEN FOUR JUNCTIONS
a new, bi-annual magazine for the creative arts at BGS, inviting submissions from students, staff, OBs, and parents within the BGS community
we aim to publish our second issue, and we invite everyone in the BGS community to submit poetry, prose fiction, prose non-fiction, or works in the visual arts by Friday 21 June 2019.
please send up to three poems, each one not exceeding 40 lines (no limericks, no haiku)
we welcome stories of up to 3,000 words in a diverse range of styles and genres
we also welcome a wide range of non-fiction, including essays, reviews, autobiography and travel writing
please send all works in Word.doc format to
to submit visual arts, including photography, please send jpeg images of works, to
for all submissions, please include in the email:
• your full name, as you would like it to appear in the magazine
• whether you are a student, parent, OB, or member of staff
• the type of work you are submitting: e.g. poetry, prose fiction, etc.