Floodwall is currently closed to submissions. We're currently evaluating the many wonderful pieces we received for consideration in issue 3. When we re-open to submissions in a later semester, we'll update all of you here!
When the storms come or the winter's melt swells the rivers, floodwalls keep the high waters at bay and shelter us from the worst of the elements. Floodwalls are the products of ingenuity, constructed out of concrete and earthworks, a vision for elegance and design, our own reactions to the past and anticipation of what's to come. Floodwalls are also symbols of resilience, collaboration, and community.
As UND's student-run campus lit mag, Floodwall Magazine wants to see your own creative levees, the art you've crafted to withstand the rising tides: your poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, criticism, visual arts, photography, multimodal work, and more.
Floodwall is shelter and art; Floodwall is by UND students and for UND students. While you're waiting for us to reply to your submission, we hope you'll check out our latest issue.