It's almost time for the 2016 Parnassus to arrive! We've been working hard all semester to put together an amazing issue, and we think you'll all be very impressed with this one. We are expecting to have issues on campus before the end of May - if you can't get a copy at the college, please contact us and we can arrange mailing one to you soon.
Our Guest Author this time around is an alumni of both NECC and Parnassus, the poet Diannelly Antigua! Ms. Antigua is an accomplished and published poet
who has had her work in many publications, including the Fall 2006, Spring 2007, 2008, and 2009 issues of Parnassus, in addition to serving on the Parnassus staff as well. We are happy to welcome her back to our pages, and we hope you enjoy her amazing work.
We can't wait for you to get your hands on the new issue! Keep your eyes open soon!
Spring 2015 Submissions!
It's time again to call out for submissions for the upcoming 2015 Parnassus! We have two different deadlines this time for different submission types. Our deadline this semester for all writing is Monday, March 23rd, and our deadline for all art, photography, or music is Wednesday, April 1st (no joke!).
And yes, you read that right - we're now accepting MUSIC compositions from the NECC community. Original solo or group songs of any style or genre will be considered, and if chosen, we will feature your work on our website and social media, as well as publishing a QR code in our printed book to link directly to your work. More details can be found on the Contribute page of this site.
Get your best to us as soon as you can! We got fewer submissions in the fall than we usually do, so the more, the merrier this time around.
We're nearing the turn for our 2014 issue, and as always, we're looking to get the best art and writing for the NECC universe! Our deadline this semester is March 14th, so get your best to us as soon as you can! We got fewer submissions in the fall than we usually do, so the more, the merrier this time around.
Pulitzer Prize winning author Junot Diaz! We have been very lucky to have had some amazing guest authors in the past, and this is no exception. We are honored to announce that the 2014 Parnassus will feature a short story by Mr. Diaz, which he was gracious enough to donate for our publication. Mr. Diaz is best known for his award winning novel The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, and his newest book, a collection of short stories, is called This is How You Lose Her. We are very excited to have his work in Parnassus, and we can't wait for you all to read it!
If you want to be published alongside an amazing author like Junot Diaz, get your own writing or art into us right away!