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What is Blueprint?

Blueprint Literary Magazine is a student-produced literary magazine based in the University of Michigan’s North Campus. It was founded in 2010 when a group of like-minded students from across the College of Engineering recognized the need for a medium through which students and faculty of the College could showcase their creativity in non-engineering subjects.
Blueprint has since expanded on this founding principle to accept submissions from all members of the university community who are interested in supporting our mission of artistic diversity and creative expression, including students, faculty, and staff.

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Elegant poetry, genre-bending short fiction, eye-opening visual art, cool design projects, science art - We want it all!

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Blueprint's talented editorial team reviews all entries for inclusion in the magazine and annual art show. Follow the link to join our team on Maize Pages.

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Read carefully through our submissions guidelines. When you're ready to submit, the button below will take you our submissions form.

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