When you think of a boyband, what comes to mind? Probably a very homogenous group of young pop singers that exist to make money and shill out for young girls. There's typically very little substance, and more often than not, there isn't anything to come away. boy-band magazine exists as a subversion to the idealized boyband, and is a space where a diverse group of new-age thinkers can bring content that'll leave the consumer cultured and just as entertained. boy-band is a quarterly magazine that is split into two halves: a lifestyle section and a literary section. The lifestyle section mostly focuses on conscious living, fashion, and entertainment, while the literary section features F&M authors and poets. Welcome to boy-band: creative; subversive.
Email Editor-in-Chief Seth Sherwood at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, and follow boy-band on Instagram @boybandmagazine.
Epilogue is a literary magazine that celebrates creative student works, including fiction, poetry, art, and nonfiction. For information on how to get involved or submit your work, email Writers House!
Plume was Franklin & Marshall College's foreign language literary magazine open to submissions from any members of the College and its community. It published a magazine each spring containing poems, short stories, and study-abroad tales in diverse languages accompanied by English translations.