The Voice of Panorama is a quarterly journal of, by and for Panorama residents. The new Editor is Becky Anderson. Layout person is Linda Crabtree, and printing is done by Kaylee Cropper in the corporate print shop. Many other residents volunteer their time as interviewers, artists, writers of poetry and stories, and deliverers.
Please use the following guidelines in submitting material for The Voice.
The Voice Guidelines for Publication
Mission: The Voice is a quarterly literary magazine, a preserve for material written by and for the residents of Panorama.
Genres published: New Resident Interviews, Personal Nonfiction or Essays, and Poetry. Fiction by special approval.
Editorial focus: The Voice publishes both established and emerging writers of poetry and creative nonfiction, i.e., personal experiences, memoirs, and essays. Word count of submissions should not exceed 1,000 words. Authors are invited to submit photographs that illustrate the submission. We do not encourage the submission of fictional material.
Religion and politics are important parts of many residents’ lives; these topics are addressed in several activity groups on campus. The Voice tries to remain neutral and non-partisan to accommodate all of our neighbors.
Manuscripts can be submitted at any time; the deadline is the 15th of November (January issue), 15th of February (April issue), 15th of May (July issue), and 15th of August (October issue).
Submissions may be made using Microsoft WORD or Apple PAGES format; e-mail to TheVoice@panorama.org (If you cannot submit digitally, please call Becky Anderson, Editor, at x5767, to discuss alternatives.)
With rare exceptions, only one submission per resident will be published in a single issue. Multiple submissions from the same resident will be spaced among issues to allow opportunities to a variety of authors.
All material published in The Voice must be original and written by a Panorama resident. We prefer to publish material which has not previously appeared in print. However, if an author’s material has appeared in print, permission must be given by the previous publication.
All material published in The Voice is copyrighted. Copyrights for all but interviews remain with the creator. The interview copyrights belong to The Voice.