College Literary/Arts Journal Available on SCCC Campus
Joe Denoyer - August 31, 2016 11:43 am
Telolith, the SCCC contemporary art and literature journal, arrived on campus just as students returned for the fall 2016 semester, and is now available for the public to enjoy.
In its 43rd edition, Telolith took a fresh approach, with full-color printing and a sleep, compact format. This edition marks the first time SCCC art instructor Dustin Farmer took the helm as graphic designer. Bill McGlothing, creative writing instructor and poet in his own right, headed up the literary content.
The journal features the work of SCCC students in the art and English departments, with contributions from competitors in the college’s annual Poetry Coffeehouse Contest.
With McGlothing’s fall session of Creative Writing class underway, content is already being generated for the next edition of Telolith. Until then, the public can pick up a complimentary copy of the journal at various locations on campus, in Liberal, and from the office at the Shank Humanities Building at SCCC.