2018 Writing/Art Contest & Call for Submissions!

Happy 2018! It's a new year, and that means the opportunity to submit your work to the Scripps College Journal has once again arisen. Take advantage of it; it's your chance to get published and have your work seen by the world! We accept creative nonfiction, fiction, poetry, and visual art/photography. Our deadline is March 9th, … Continue reading 2018 Writing/Art Contest & Call for Submissions!

2017 Art and Writing Contest Winners!

After receiving many wonderful submissions for the Scripps College Journal's 2017 Art and Writing Contests, we are pleased to announce this year's winners: ~ Writing Contest First Place: Lulu Priddy - “[the gulls, in frenzy]” Lulu Priddy is a first year at Scripps College and is from New York City. She loves to write, specifically poetry, … Continue reading 2017 Art and Writing Contest Winners!

A River like a Knife by Matthew Lee

Congratulations to Matthew Lee for winning third place in The Scripps College Journal Writing Contest with this poem! ~ Observe that water in a wide landscape: how enriching and enriched life is, how a place’s vitality is measured, can be measured, by the birdsong breathing through the trees which trailed that pioneering river, itself a demarcation made … Continue reading A River like a Knife by Matthew Lee

[the gulls, in frenzy] by Lulu Priddy

Congratulations to Lulu Priddy for winning first place in The Scripps College Journal Writing Contest with this poem! ~ The gulls, in frenzy, struck kaleidoscope patterns above the sunken nulls. The grass was swollen, near roll and reigning. None ever round, yet so stole and drunk and ballooning that green became king, recasting galaxies to colder … Continue reading [the gulls, in frenzy] by Lulu Priddy

February Prompt!

Hey, everyone! Here is the February prompt for online submissions! Remember once you answer the prompt, please send your submission to our email, thescrippscollegejournal@gmail.com. Also, these are not only writing prompts but also inspirations for art pieces/ photography.   What have you heard or read from an authority that you don't agree with? Refute it.  -taken from writingprompts.tumblr.com