To kick off the chunk of time occurring after spring break, I conducted an interview with the Fiction Editor of the Sheepshead Review, Kelsy Rusch to learn more about her role and what led her to join the staff team. Enjoy! Q: Why did you want to be Fiction Editor? Rusch: I’m an older sister […]
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Our Fall 2014 issue will be coming out soon filled to the brim with intriguing and entertaining pieces. One of the published writers is our very own Luke Konkol and he was lucky enough to have two pieces accepted! I’m fortunate enough to have a couple classes with the guy and wanted you to learn […]
In case you were wondering…here are the editors that make Sheepshead Review tick.
We are looking for work that shows quality craftsmanship, unique style, and expression of the artist. All mediums of visual art are welcome. Please don’t send us an ear…
We are looking for short memoirs, opinion pieces, narrative stories, interviews, profiles, subject pieces, eulogies, historical non-fiction narratives, and journals. We encourage narrative, stylistic, and substantive pieces that are unique, interesting, and creative. Remember to place quality over quantity.
We, the fiction staff, are looking for unique, well-crafted, pieces. This means everything is clearly explained and laid out. We are also prioritizing what we like to call the “perfect reader experience.” The reader should feel like they got something out of the story, and shouldn’t feel dragged by a story’s length. Keeping the […]
The Sheepshead Review poetry staff is looking for submissions with a honed edge—fresh and lucid content, palpable imagery, and an audible attention to sound. Cliché is your mortal enemy. We read free-verse to formal, and everything in between. And, don’t forget form can speak as much as your title, and your title as loud as […]
After a successful semester in the Fiction Staff, Tyler Groves, took on the endeavor of becoming our new Fiction Editor. Tyler loves to write fiction and poetry, and when he’s not creating stories, he loves playing the guitar and singing. Other than that, our new editor just enjoys playing video games and hanging out with […]
It’s a new year, and a new Sheepshead Review staff have been chosen! You may be wondering, who’s the lucky one behind the curtain? Well, his name is Roberto Rodriguez. As a junior with senior status, it isn’t difficult to realize how ambitious and committed he is to his new position as Editor-in-Chief. Roberto hopes to use […]
Even though the Sheepshead Review is a student operation, there’s a more experienced leader holding us all together. She is our guide and inspiration, and provides a sense of direction on the days when all we want to do is drink coffee and watch reruns of “Friends”. Now in her tenth year at UW-Green Bay, Professor […]