Attune is a student-edited publication produced each semester that focuses on the lives of women and gender minorities and contemporary issues in gender equity. You can read or download Attune here. If you are interested in contributing or getting involved, check out our contributor guide below or contact us.
Read the latest issue of Attune here, pick up a copy at the WMC, or download a PDF through the link below. Thank you to all of our readers and contributors.
Attune has been published biannually since 1994, covering many topics such as contemporary issues in the lives of women and gender minorities, campus life, and advocacy. You can browse the Tennessee Tech archives for past Attunes with the link below. To request access to the full copies, all you need to do is email email@example.com.
Executive Editor: Helen Hunt, firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Managing Editor:
Fall 2022: Nicki Parish, English
Recent Managing Editors:
Spring 2022: Rachel Pearson, Psychology & Hailey Kincer, English
Fall 2021: Rachel Pearson, Psychology & Nicki Parish, English
We accept non-fiction articles and essays, creative non-fiction, fiction, poetry, photography, and other art in any medium that can be printed in our pages. Final contributions should be no more than 750 words or a single 8 1/2 by 11 spread. Contributors may submit multiple pieces for consideration, which should be indicated at the pitch stage.
Pitches for contributions should be submitted via email to the executive editor by the current semester's pitch deadline. Pitches should be 100-200 words describing the contribution and include the author's affiliation (Tech student, staff, faculty, or community member).
September 1st: pitch deadline
September 21st: first draft deadline
October 12th: submit revised draft to executive editor
November 7th: final draft deadline