Fall 2012 edition of Mosaic is out now, free for students

The fall 2012 edition of KCC’s Mosaic consists of four mini booklets falling topically into seasons.

The fall 2012 edition of Kellogg Community College’s Mosaic Student Art and Literary Magazine was release yesterday during a reading in the C Classroom Building on KCC’s North Avenue campus.

KCC instructor Elizabeth Kerlikowske, who advises the Mosaic staff, said the current edition includes mostly poetry from about 20 writers. This fall’s edition is presented in a nontraditional format featuring four “mini Mosaics” that Kerlikowske said fall topically into seasons: “Frost,” “Rain,” “Sun” and “Wind.”

The individual booklets don’t have to be read in any particular order to get the full experience from the reading.

“I would say pick your favorite weather and go with it,” Kerlikowske said. “They are self-contained units.”

If you missed the reading Wednesday and would like your own free copies of the Mosaic magazines, they can be picked up in the English Department on the fourth floor of the C Classroom Building and will soon be available in the library, as well.

If you’d like to submit work for the spring 2013 edition of Mosaic, submissions will be accepted by the Arts and Communications Department in the Davidson Visual and Performing Arts Center through March 1, 2013.

For more information about Kellogg Community College’s Mosaic Student Art and Literary Magazine, visit www.kellogg.edu/artscomm/mosaic.