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What is it like to be involved in Sheepshead?

What is it like to be involved in Sheepshead?

This is my first semester on Sheepshead Review, and I am currently on the Visual Arts staff and I write blog posts from time to time. Sheepshead is a really amazing opportunity for students to come together and publish a journal once a semester. We 

Sheepshead Review is Accepting Submissions!

Sheepshead Review is Accepting Submissions!

Sheepshead Review is now accepting submissions! We are looking for Poetry, Fiction, Nonfiction, and Visual Arts submissions. Submit your writing or artwork for a chance to be published in our journal! Having trouble thinking of what to submit? Let us help you get started!   

New Semester, New Staff! Part 3

New Semester, New Staff! Part 3

Happy Monday! And, for those of you like me, happy fall!  Today is the last day of meeting our staff, and we’ll be meeting two of our genre editors, our spectacular publicity director, and the other member who will be helping me run our blog!  

New Semester, New Staff! Part 2

New Semester, New Staff! Part 2

Hello again, everyone!  Today, we’re back with three new faces!  We’re introducing our Layout Editor, or the person who is in charge of the way the entire journal looks, our Chief Copy Editor and Nonfiction Editor, and our Social Media director and Assistant Copy Editor!  

New Semester, New Staff!

New Semester, New Staff!

Hello, everyone! We’re two weeks into the new school year, and with that comes a new edition of Sheepshead Review!  We here at The Shepherd have decided to get everyone ready for the Fall 2018 edition by introducing you to the amazing staff of editors 

Sheepshead Review Spring 2018 Reflection

Sheepshead Review Spring 2018 Reflection

It’s a wrap! The Spring 2018 issue of Sheepshead Review has been completed. On Tuesday, May 1, our staff held our Launch Party for the Spring 2018 issue at the Common Grounds CoffeeHouse here on the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay campus. The Launch Party was a 

5 Ways To Beat Writer’s Block

5 Ways To Beat Writer’s Block

Writer’s block: it’s something all writers are unfortunately well-acquainted with. The definition is “a condition, primarily associated with writing, in which an author loses the ability to produce new work, or experiences a creative slowdown” (source). While that sounds incredibly bleak, there are ways to 

Find Sheepshead Review At UntitledTown

Find Sheepshead Review At UntitledTown

There is a very special event going on in Green Bay (a.k.a. Sheepshead Review‘s hometown) this weekend. The UntitledTown book and author festival will be taking place from April 19 to April 22. There will be tons of amazing events going on, and you can check 

E-Books vs. Print Books

E-Books vs. Print Books

Ever since the Kindle (and other comparable e-readers) came on the scene several years ago and e-books (books in a digital format) have been introduced as an alternative to print books, it posed an interesting question to those who enjoy reading – what’s better, reading 

5 Things Bookworms Know To Be True

5 Things Bookworms Know To Be True

The dictionary definition of a bookworm is “a person unusually devoted to reading and study” (source). I don’t know about this “study” aspect, but I most definitely am a person who is unusually devoted to reading. I also feel like this definition could be expanded in