"Any Other Word," Penn State York’s literary E-zine, is now accepting submissions of fiction and poetry from the Penn State York community (students, faculty and staff) for its sixth edition. Essays, poetry, fiction, short stories or general prose should be submitted by Saturday, March 31, for consideration in the upcoming publication. All submissions, along with any questions, should be addressed to Noel Sloboda, assistant professor in English and publication adviser, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Any Other Word" is a creative outlet for members of the Penn State York community and was created to showcase campus talents and unite artistic minds. Work on the first issue began in the fall of 2006. To see the publication, visit http://www2.yk.psu.edu/anyotherword.
Submissions published in "Any Other Word" are selected by a board of directors who read all entries submitted and make selections. The student adviser has the final say on what is published. The publication takes its name from the quote by William Shakespeare, "What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other word would smell as sweet."