S U B M I S S I O N S
If you would like to submit work(s) to NOTA and are a current University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire student then read on...

NOTA submissions for Art, Literature, and Music are held at the beginning of every semester.

A R T
Submissions are held on the third floor of the Haas Fine Arts Center.
Bring up to five works of any medium that you wish to submit. Stay for refreshments and
music, followed by our voting period.
Anyone can vote, even if you didn't submit anything. You are asked to vote for your top 10 choices which will then be tallied at the end of the night. The top 40 or so works will be included in that semester's issue.

Work can be picked up the following day in the storage room on the first floor next to the art office. Work that is left in the storage room should be left untouched unless you are the artist that created it. Please pick up work as quickly as possible following submissions so that other people may use the space.

Spring 2014 art submissions will be held on Thursday, February 27th in Haas 301.
Submissions will be held at 6:00 pm and selection will be held at 8:00 pm.

L I T
Poetry and prose submissions are accepted digitally. Please send up to five pieces of poetry or prose to the literary editors. Email us at NOTA@uwec.edu for submissions or if you have any questions.

Spring 2014 lit submissions are due by Friday, February 21st before midnight.
All poetry submissions should be sent to nota.poetry@uwec.edu, and all prose submissions should be sent to nota.prose@uwec.edu. Prose submissions should remain under 1500 words.

Spring 2014 lit selections are to be announced at a later date.
To be apart of lit selection and find out more information, email Charlotte at KUPSHCR@uwec.edu.

M U S I C
Music submissions are accepted digitally. If you send a bio, a picture of you or your ensemble, and up to three tracks, you are automatically in the book.

Spring 2014 music selections are due by Friday, February 21st before midnight.
Please email NOTA@uwec.edu with all music submissions.




P O C K E T N O T A
NOTA also produces a bi-semesterly zine called POCKETNOTA. POCKETNOTA features longer prose pieces by 2-5 authors, and submissions are held at a later date after our regular submissions period has ended. Visit this site (or any of our social media sites) to find out more details about the Spring 2014 submissions period.