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Toyon Release Party March 24

AJ McGough, Fiction Editor; Janelle Adsit, Faculty Advisor; Angela Comptom, Managing Editor Toyon during HSU Authors Celebration, February 12, 2016

Toyon is back at it again with an exciting forthcoming issue. Volume 62 includes a diverse range of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, visual art, and translation. New this year is a Multilingual Award, given to the best work in translation, Spanish, or multiple languages. This year’s release party--held 5:30-7pm on Thursday, March 24 in the Great Hall--features a bilingual reading, recognizing the ever growing array of writers submitting in multiple languages.

And since our submissions so often come from writers who attend Humboldt, every volume of Toyon has been showcased in the University Library’s Authors Hall, presenting decades of work by Humboldt’s citizens and students. Library Scholar Interns who have served on the Toyon staff are busy creating an online archive of the older volumes and researching Toyon’s remarkable history. Back issues and the 2016 issue will now be indexed in Humboldt Digital Commons.

We hope you’ll pick up a free copy of the 2016 edition of Toyon in Founders Hall 201 to celebrate the work that the Toyon student editors, writers, and artists have accomplished this year! Copies will be available beginning on March 24.

To find out more, visit http://www.toyonliterarymagazine.org.

[Written by Angela Compton, English Major and Toyon Managing Editor]