Reflexes, Concord’s literary art magazine, is published each spring. Funded by the Student Government Association, the magazine serves as an outlet for students interested in writing and art. Open Mic sessions are also held.
Reflexes was originally founded as a literary magazine at Concord University for students to share their literary talents with others. Due to money issues and other problems, Reflexes had to be shut down. However, in the Fall of 2014, some students decided that Concord University is still filled with creative minds that need an outlet for their thoughts and designs.
Reflexes is no longer a magazine for literature alone. Reflexes is now a magazine for the arts - all of the arts. We believe in showcasing all art - not just conventional art. This means that Reflexes is an extremely diverse magazine, accepting submissions from all artistic genres. Any work that appears on the Reflexes website will be screened through a submission process in which a team of dedicated Concord Students will review the work for possible publication on the site. To learn more information about this process, visit the How to Submit page.
This Reflexes is still a new project, and because of that we are still learning. If you have any suggestions, or would like to know more about helping the magazine grow, please feel free to contact us!