The Endpiece is an alumnus/a-written essay that appears on the last page of the Centrepiece. It is typically personal and reflective. It may be serious or light (or both). Some reference to Centre or to some element of the writers Centre experience is nice, but certainly not essential. Previous topics have ranged from a teacher who won a major court case on teacher rights to the antics of a not-so faithful college car.
The length is approximately 650-750 words. If a piece is accepted, the writer will need to provide at least one photo, as well as a short bio of two or three sentences. E-mail, disk, or hard copy are all acceptable submission formats.
The editor is always happy to discuss a topic and/or approach in advance, although this is not required.
Finally, the Centrepiece operates on a minimal budget. It cannot pay anything beyond the editors eternal gratitude and all the extra copies the writer would like.
For more information, please contact:
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