Lynn Prepares For The Release Of Quest!

By Brian Martin

Assistant Editor

 

For those looking for a unique form of literature-based entertainment, Lynn’s Quest magazine showcases creative work from various individuals of the Lynn community for the enjoyment of students, faculty and alumni.

Quest is a unique, annual arts publication that specializes in providing readers different forms of creative work, including poetry, short stories and comics. The publication runs in both print and digital, witih a unique featurette of embedded videos on the digital platform.

Professor Bonnie Bonincontri serves as the magazine’s editor and faculty advisor. She feels those who pick up “Quest” will not regret it.

“Lynn students should be interested in even seeing it to celebrate fellow students, faculty and staff’s creative work,” stated Bonincontri. “It is a piece of Lynn’s culture.” Bonincontri’s role in overseeing the publication of “Quest” comes with enormous responsibility. Luckily for her, she already has enough experience with the magazine to know what needs to get done and a large support group to help oversee the publication’s content.

“I have a student staff that includes editorial assistants and graphic assistants,” said Bonincontri. “Students have responsibilities that include editing, compiling lists, etc.” Students, faculty or any member of the Lynn community who wants to see their work published in Quest, must do so by the submission deadline.

“Please send all types of original, creative work to bbonincontri@lynn. edu,” stated Bonincontri. “The first deadline is Nov. 11.” There will also be an opening to all students who wish to handle the cover for this year’s edition of Quest. Everybody can look forward to this year’s Quest as a means to view creative work, courtesy of members of the Lynn community. Those who wish to put out their creative work for everyone to see, can email their projects to bbonincontri@lynn.edu by Nov. 11.

 

 

Brian Martin

Brian Martin is a senior majoring in multimedia journalism with a minor in social media. Having been a part of iPulse since his freshman year, Martin has been in different positions such as assistant editor where he has had the opportunity to learn new skills that will benefit him in his future career. After graduation, Martin hopes to work in Los Angeles as an entertainment reporter covering industries such as video games and movies. This past summer, he had the opportunity to write for the Miami Herald and Rise News, covering local stories in the Coral Gables or South Miami area. He is also a nerd at heart, playing video games and reading comics in his spare time.

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