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Heebie Jeebies!

What do you think lurks inside your walls and under your bed once you’ve tucked yourself in? What kind of creatures lurk in the bowels, intestinal or otherwise, in your fridge and in your person? Sink back into the familiar recesses of a child’s nightmare-filled mind, or embrace new fears plaguing your adult life.


For our next issue, we want to experience the horrors that truly give you the heebie jeebies. We don’t just want to see stories referencing All Hallows’ Eve, we want your Christmas time visits from Krampus, everyday horrors—anything that makes the hair on your arms stand on end! Think creepy-crawlies, behemoth-like monsters, ghosts, ghouls, and all things downright horrifying!


Follow wherever your little black heart takes you!


Inspired? Already ready to submit? Check out our submission guidelines below.

Please review all submissions guidelines carefully before submitting. Submission guidelines are subject to change from term to term. 

Submission Guidelines

At B222, we accept any type of artwork that can be represented in print. This includes literary works (prose, lyrics, poetry, scripts, etc.), visual works (photography, illustrations, sculptures, digital art, etc.), and even sound and performative art as QR codes and links that can be easily incorporated into our website. 


Submissions must be sent to by September 30th, 2024 at 11:59 pm

We Do Not Accept

While we are liberal with what can be submitted to B222, we do not accept the following:

  • submissions without necessary content warnings

  • submissions that promote harmful content

  • submissions that do not fit the guidelines and the theme chosen for the current edition 

  • submissions of fan art/fiction or reviews of any kind

  • any work that has been generated by AI


We accept many forms of literary works, but we do have a limited amount of space within each issue. Because of this, here are the following submission guidelines for literary works:

  • Document is double-spaced (except for poetry and lyrics) and uses Times New Roman in 12 pt font size

  • File format is Word or PDF

  • Prose work can be no longer than 1000 words

  • Scripts can be no longer than 6 pages

  • Poetry and lyrics can be no longer than 2 pages


There are too many visual art forms to list, but we accept most: digital art, painting, illustration, sculptures, and so much more. To ensure the best quality when printing your work, we ask you to follow the following guidelines when you are ready to submit your work:

  • Format your work as a jpg, png, or tiff file

  • Make sure your submission has a resolution of at least 300 dpi


We encourage you to submit your music, performances, short films, etc., but we do have a limited amount of space within each issue. Because of this, here are the following submission guidelines for audio and video files works:

  • The time stamp of your piece should not surpass 20 minutes

  • Submit your work as a YouTube or Vimeo link

How to Submit

To submit your work, send an email to In the subject line of your email, please include the form (Prose, Digital Art, Lyrics, etc.) of your artwork.

In the email, please include the following information:

  • Your full name, and pen name if desired

  • Your student ID

  • Your program of study and year

  • Your artwork in one of the accepted file formats

  • Any other information you think we should know about you or your work

For any questions concerning your work and submitting it, please reach out to

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