RAMBLE seeks to publish original, unpublished creative work (poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and much more) produced by multilingual and international undergraduate and graduate students at Georgia Tech who meet one or more of the following eligibility criteria:
- you are learning English as a second or other language
- your first language is a postcolonial variety of English (as an example, if you come from Singapore and spoke a variety of Singapore-English growing up)
- you come from a bilingual/multilingual home situation
If you believe you meet our criteria for eligibility, but are not certain, just email us and we can let you know. If you would like to submit to RAMBLE, please feel free to submit work for review by sending it to Kendra Slayton at GTworldenglishescommittee@gmail.com. Before submitting, please read our Submissions and FAQ pages for more information on what we are looking to publish. We also invite you to read an issue of the magazine so you can get a sense of the kinds of pieces we publish. We are not a paying market, but we are happy to review and potentially publish your work.
Additionally, we would like to acknowledge that the lines of poetry integrated with the RAMBLE submissions poster design above were produced using The Infinite Woman website, “an interactive poetry platform” project created in 2019 as a collaboration between Dr. Katie Schaag (another Brittain Fellow) and a team of Junior Design students at Georgia Tech: Alayna Panlilio, Ryan Power, Josh Terry, Alex Yang, and Jeffrey Zhang.