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Page D2-Thursday, September 6, 1979--The Michigan Daily
arts & leisure
Ann Arbor has long enjoyed But the great thing about 'the
.:a reputation as a cultural center, finer things here is not their widet
fThe diversity it offers in art, extent, but their availability.
literature, and music is rare in a The opportunity's here: get
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By NINA SHISHKOFF
Newly arrived student writers who
would like to see their work in print
have two University publicaitons from
which to choose. They also have the op-
portunity to compete in the Avery and
Jule Hopwood competition, which of-
fers the most prestigious writing awar-
ds offered by the University.
Rising Star is a magazine of poetry
edited by David and Cindy Victor. It is
printed in a small format with no
elaborate layout, but includes
photographs and drawings. Rising
Star's goal is to publish an issue of
quality poetry by faculty and students,
inexpensively and for a large audience.
The third week of seach semester, an-
nouncements are posted, inviting con-
tributions. Manuscripts can be left in
the Rising Star envelope in the Hop-
wood room in Angell Hall. Contributors
get a free copy; readers must pay fifty
cents. The magazine is sold in the
"Fishbowl" connecting Angell, Haven,
and Mason Halls, the Hopwood room,
and the Michigan Union.
People interested in working for
Rising Star in the areas of sales, adver-
tising, or layout can contact the editors
through the office of the Student
Publication Building.
EMPYREA MAGAZINE combines
several media-prose, music, poetry
and art-within its pages. One of the
editors, Jacob Miller, says he and his
co-editor, Scott Mahler, think they
spend more money on layout than any
other magazine in town." The text,
comprised of translation and criticism
as well as fiction and poetry, is
generously spaced on textured paper.
In describing the magazine for future

contributors, Miller said "Empy
has no guidelines for the status o
submitters. We accept works I
freshmen and seniors alike, as wel
staff work and the work of establia
artists and poets in the field. Our 0
basis for acceptance is the old sub
tive game of deducing quality. We
cept polished and starched materi
we do not accept dirty laundry wi
poses as literary or artistic effort."
Empyrea sells for $1.50 in the I
wood room and at David's Books
Liberty Street.
THE AVERY and 'Jule Hopw
awards were incepted in 1922 wi
Avery Hopwood, playwright a
graduate of the University of Michig
died. In his will, he declared that
fifth of his estate would be used to fi
prizes for creative work in writi
Students are eligible if they a
enrolled in the departments of Engli
Language and Literature, Humanitie
or Journalism, or if they take at lea
one course in English Composition
year.
There are two classifications of H
wood awards: the Major Awards, o
to graduate students and seniors, ai
the Minor Awards, for undergraduat
Each classification hasrized from
ty dollars to over a thousand for t
categories of drama, essay, fiction, a
poetry. There is also a contest for w
derclasspersons and one for freshpe
son essays. Other prizes awarded at t
same time as the Hopwoods are &
Bain-Swiggett prize, the Michael f
Gutterman Award, the Academy
American Poets Award, and the Ma
jorie Rapaport Award in Poetry.

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JOSEPH HELLER, author of severalnovels including Catch-22, speaks at the
University's Hopwood awards presentation. Both graduates and undergraduates
are honored each year by the awards, which include cash prizes.

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