What is it?
The Digital Literature Review is Ball State’s academic journal.
Why should I attend?
If you attend, you not only get the opportunity to learn about different forms of modern slavery, but you can also learn about next year’s session of the project and get a free copy of the journal.
During the gala, students will also present their research in individual question-and-answer sessions.
Where is it?
You can find presentations and refreshments in Schwartz Digital Complex, which is located in Bracken Library.
Okay, but when is it?
The event takes place on April 20th from 5:00 to 7:00 PM.
Is there anything else I should know?
- If you’re interested in contributing to next year’s issue of the journal (Freak Shows and Human Zoos), you can e-mail Joyce Huff (firstname.lastname@example.org) about becoming a staff member.
- You can also submit your writing for the 2016 issue of DLR here. And don’t forget about the Digital Literature Review’s blog, which is accepting submissions year-round.
- Last but not least, if you want to be an even better literary citizen, make sure you follow DLR on Twitter and Facebook.