FUSE 2022 Digital Conference

The FUSE 2022 Digital Conference will be held

virtually on November 4th and 5th

under the leadership of Widener University.

Activities will include informational sessions, an open mic, and a pop-up publication (dubbed the "24-Hour Lit Mag Challenge") created from works shared at the open mic or submitted by attendees. Attendance is free for FUSE institutional members and $25 for nonmembers.  

Open Call:

The FUSE National Conference staff announces a call for presentations on each of the topics listed below. Unlike previous years, when calls were made for complete panels, this year the FUSE staff is seeking proposals

from individuals only, with the goal being to have

four-person panels comprised of students (and possibly faculty) from different universities. In this way, we hope to provide a more exciting and collaborative

conference experience for participants.

Conference topics this year include:

  • "How to Social Media"

  • "How to Find Contributors & Choose Submissions"

  • "How to Submit Work"

  • "How to Post-Graduate"

If you'd like to participate, please submit a brief paragraph (100 words) about your experience and what you would contribute to the topic via email to Michael Cocchiarale, mfcocchiarale@widener.edu. The deadline is October 1st! After panels are confirmed, participants will be asked to get in touch to plan the order of speakers, talk about content, etc.

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How to This, That, and the Other Thing: FUSE Digital Conference 2022

  Friday, Nov. 4 

12:00-12:45pm 

How to Social Media

1:00-1:45pm

How to Find Contributors & Choose Submissions

2:00-2:45pm 

How to Submit Work

3:00-3:45pm

How to Post-Graduate

4-4:30pm

Guidelines to the 24-Hour Lit Mag Challenge

7-8pm

Open Mic 


 

  Saturday, Nov. 5 

7-8:30pm

How to Publication (Discussion of the Lit Mag Challenge)

Goodbyes