Don’t miss podcasts in the interviews section! We feature interviews with the authors invited to participate in Cedar Crest College's Visiting Writers Series. Our editors have interviewed National Book Award finalist Karan Mahajan, author of The Association of Small Bombs, and Bathsheba Monk, local writer and Cedar Crest fiction professor, who is the author of Now You See It...Stories from Cokesville, PA and Nude Walker among others.
Niche is Here! Niche is a Tiny Journal of Arts and Literature, a 4.5 x 3.5 inch sampling of some of the wonderful pieces available to read in Pitch online. This year, our editors have worked hard to bring in something new, and are excited to have a bite-sized booklet this year!
Pitch: A Journal of Arts and Literature presents at the Forum of Undergraduate Student Editors (FUSE). On November 1-3, 2018, student editors of Pitch presented on Resilience and Identity at the FUSE conference at Susquehanna University. The editors, along with two guest students, met with other undergraduate editors from across the country to discuss and share ideas about the process, art, and craft of being an editor in undergraduate publishing.
Students showed off their works in our Open Mic Nights. This year, Pitch hosted two open mic nights, one of which was hosted in conjunction with OutThere, the LGBTQUI+ club on campus, the other of which was a Mischief Night Open Mic the day before Halloween. Open mic nights are a chance for Cedar Crest students to recite some of their work of all varieties, support their peers, and enjoy refreshments. Cedar Crest College has so many talented individuals, which made our nights so successful. Stay tuned for more Open Mic Nights on our Facebook and Instagram pages in Fall and Spring 2019 - 2020.
Pitch on Instagram! This year, we started our own Instagram account, meant to inspire and interact with those who write, read, or just love pitch! It can be found at @pitchartsandliterature on Instagram.