The latest edition of From Glasgow to Saturn is here, and it’s waiting for you to download it and read it for free! Thank you to the amazing writers and artists who’s work makes this issue fizz with brilliance.
Due to issues with the previous venue, we’ve had to make a last minute reschedule and relocation of the launch of issue 48! We’ll now be holding the launch at Dram! on Monday 30th May at 7PM. Please note that due to the change in venue, we will no longer be having a BYOB policy but alcohol will be available for purchase. We hope this won’t impact anyone’s ability to attend and we look forward to seeing you there!
We’re happy to announce we’ve finally finalised a date and location for the launch of issue 48! Everyone is invited, and we’d love to see you there even if you didn’t contribute this time.
The launch will take place on the 28th of May at 7PM, running for as long as we’d like to keep going! We will be at Ushi’s Coffee Corner, 182 W Regent St, Glasgow G2 4PQ. There will be no fee to attend the event, but you will likely be asked to make a voluntary donation to support Ushi’s. If you want to consume alcohol, you can bring your own bottle and pay the corkage fee, which will range from £2 to £6. Every contributor will receive a free copy of the issue, and there will also be other copies available for purchase during the event so that friends and family can buy their own.
If you have any accessibility requirements or concerns about attending the launch, please contact us and we’ll try to work with the venue to ensure you’re properly supported and able to attend. Any further questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are delighted to announce that we have now opened submissions for Issue 48 of From Glasgow to Saturn! We’re all *incredibly* excited to have the opportunity to read and review (and be completely starstruck by) your work!
Submissions will close 31st MARCH 11:59pm.
We are accepting prose, poetry, hybrid forms and visual artworks from students, staff and alumni from the University of Glasgow and Glasgow School of Art.
If you would like to submit to us, please check out the submission guidelines. Submissions that do not follow these guidelines will not be considered. Prose pieces should be no longer than 2,500 words. You can submit up to three poems, with a total length of up to 120 lines. More details are available on the guidelines page.
Please send submissions to: email@example.com. This a new submissions address, do not send submissions to the old email that you might have submitted to previously.
We can’t wait to see what everyone submits! Keep your eyes peeled for updates and inspo from our socials very soon – good luck to all writers and artists from everyone on the team!
We are delighted to bring you Issue 47 of From Glasgow to Saturn, which also marks the return of the journal to print after two years of existing solely online (much like us!) We would like to thank all of the wonderful and talented contributors who made this issue possible. We hope you love this issue as much as we do. Enjoy!
We’re delighted to announce that the newest edition of From Glasgow to Saturn is now available for you to read and download for free!
Keep an eye on our Issue 46 page for video uploads of readings from our fantastic contributors – and there’s still (just about) time to grab a ticket for our launch party tonight! The Eventbrite link is below.
After a long old lockdown, we’re very excited to say there’s finally just 24 hours to go until Issue 46 launches! Packed with precise, astute, creative work, it’s a collection of beautiful pieces which we hope will take you on a journey above the clouds.
Come join us in celebrating our wonderful contributors – there’s still time to get your hands on a free ticket to the Zoom launch party tomorrow evening. You can register through the Eventbrite link below.
We look forward to seeing you in the Zoom room where we’ll lift a virtual glass, hear readings from our Issue 46 contributors, and maybe even open up the floor for a wee open mic at the end.
See you there!
From Glasgow to Saturn, the literary journal based in the Creative Writing department at the University of Glasgow, is looking for editors. Be a part of this exciting publishing endeavour, and gain valuable experience!
We’re looking for people interested in all aspects of putting together the journal, from selecting and editing pieces to design and marketing.
Open to all postgraduate students and 3rd-5th year undergraduates.
How to apply: Tell us (max 500 words) why you want to be an editor and what you would bring to the team.
Email your application to
firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st November.
The newest edition of From Glasgow To Saturn is now available for you to read and download, for free.
Keep an eye on the Issue 45 page, or our Facebook and Twitter, as across the day today we will be uploading video recordings of some of the contributors reading their pieces from the new issue.
This evening we will also be hosting a zoom launch night, featuring a chat with the editors and readings from contributors, as part of the Stay-at-Home Fringe Literary Festival.
We are now accepting submissions for our next issue! Send us your poetry, prose, and hybrid forms by July 10th, 2020, and your art and photography by July 17th, 2020. There is no theme!
Please check our submission guidelines. Submissions will be considered from University of Glasgow students, alumni, staff, and academics.
All submissions and any queries emailed to email@example.com