Submission Form: ASAP Community Publications
We recognize that many ASAP community members are publishing in both print and digital. We want to create a better mechanism to highlight your work; as such, we've developed a blog on our website that features the publications of our alumni. You can check it out here:

We have just scratched the surface of all the work that our alumni community is publishing. To that end, we are actively seeking submissions to be featured on the alumni publications page of our website. Here are a few examples of things that we will be able to feature:

- Op-eds
- Articles in online sites/blogs/publications
- Publications in literary journals (i.e. O-Dark-Thirty; War, Literature, & the Arts; etc.)
- Winning writing contest entries
- Books you have published
- Media interviews
- And much, much more

Please note that we may not be able to feature all submissions, and, due to our nonpartisan orientation, we will not be able to publish pieces that are political in nature. That said, we encourage you to err on the side of submitting, and we will let you know if we are note able to feature it on our website.

To submit, simply complete the form below. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out!

Background Information
What is your full name? *
Your answer
What is your email address? *
Your answer
Are you an alumni of an ASAP class, workshop, or performance? If so, which one(s)? *
Your answer
Publication Information
What is the title of your published piece? *
Your answer
Where was it published? *
Your answer
When was it published? *
Please provide an online link to the published piece that we can link to on our website. *
Your answer
Please provide a one paragraph excerpt that we can link on the website (optional).
Please note that if you do not provide an excerpt, we will simply excerpt the first paragraph of your piece on our website.
Your answer
Please provide a 2-3 sentence bio for us to include at the bottom of your piece. *
Your answer
Please use this space to include anything else that you think we should know/consider about your publication.
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