meme, n. a unit of cultural information—ideas, languages, melodies, designs, styles, moral and political values—that spreads though a population much like a genes pass though a species.
meme, rhymes with dream.
meme, the literary magazine of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Each spring student editors and contributors combine and recombine submissions of poetry, fiction, essays, and photography to cultivate a rare showcase for the creative arts at JHMI.
meme seeks submissions of unpublished poetry, fiction, essays and photography
from all current students of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
All subject matter and genres will be considered. In deference to everyone’s busy schedule, we kindly ask that you only submit your best work.
We read submissions from September through January. All of our reviewers and editors are students of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
Author information should accompany all submissions, including name, year, address, phone number, email address and a brief biography.
Maximum 3 poems or 4000 word fiction, typed and double-spaced.
Currently, meme does not pay for your brilliant and generous artistic offerings. Contributors will receive 3 copies of the issue in which their work appears.
Please send electronic submissions to email@example.com.
Submissions may be mailed to meme, c/o the JHMI Office of Cultural Affairs, 2024 E. Monument Street, Suite 1-100, Baltimore, MD, 21205.