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Uncharted, the literary and art magazine at Arkansas State University-Beebe, publishes a broad scope of original poetry, prose, art, and photography in the arts and humanities fields. The publication provides a stage for literary and artistic achievement by ASU-Beebe students and alumni, while also encouraging new ideas and intelligent discourse in its community of readers. Uncharted, a product of the Division of Arts and Humanities, is published by students and faculty in the ASU-Beebe Publishing Studio.

Towering genius disdains a beaten path. It seeks regions hitherto unexplored.

Abraham Lincoln (Speeches and Letters of Abraham Lincoln, 1832-1865, Firework Press, 2015)

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The title, Uncharted, characterizes the writing, art, and photography selected for publication in the literary and art magazine at Arkansas State University-Beebe. Each piece in some way interrupts the pattern of convention or illuminates the dark corners of topics unexplored. 

The 2020/2021 volume of Uncharted testifies to the resilience of ASUB students during the COVID-19 pandemic. This magazine includes a special section, "We Rise: ASUB Student Voices During the Pandemic," which documents the ways in which students and their families continued to learn, to write, to think, to create, and to live during this challenging time in our history . Uncharted is the product of a collective work between the Dean of Arts and Humanities; faculty advisors; student members of the ASU-Beebe Publishing Studio; Arts and Humanities faculty; and the talented student writers, artists, and photographers in the Arts and Humanities Division at Arkansas State University-Beebe.

We hope you enjoy this edition of Uncharted and that it inspires your own unexplored ideas, creations, and conversations.


You have an opportunity to be a published author if you are an ASU-Beebe student.

The editorial team for uncharted, the literary and art magazine at ASU-Beebe, would like to invite you to submit some of the excellent work you are producing in the Arts & Humanities Division.

What to Submit

Some submission examples may include a poem, a photo of a piece of pottery, an essay about a historical figure, a reflection on a teaching experience, a creative nonfiction essay about a musician or vocalist, or a script for a play.

If you are unsure if you created a work in an Arts & Humanities area, just ask your class instructor. OR… you can go ahead and submit it because the editorial team will let you know.

How to Submit

To submit a piece of work, simply send an email to with your submission attached.

In the email message, include

  • your first and last name,
  • name or title of submission
  • your contact information.

After submitting, do not forget to check your email for a response. 

Submission Guidelines

All submissions should be original, unpublished work.

  • Written submissions should be no more than 1000 words.
  • If the paper is a source essay, use the most recent citation style appropriate for the field of study. If you are not sure about the appropriate citation style, ask your instructor.
  • All written work should be submitted as a doc, docx, or rtf.
  • Visual work should be 8 megapixels or higher and can be submitted as a JPEG, PNG, or TIFF.

You will be contacted by the uncharted editorial team. If accepted, the team will set up a conference & offer a contract to be signed.

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