Welcome to The Troubadour, the student-run art and literary magazine 
of The King's College.
 

ADJUSTMENTS

Things change. We make adjustments. We are now accepting submission of creative writing and visual art for our fall series.

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HAIKU

In September, we are brought back the traditional form of Japanese poetry with a modern twist.

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Interregnum XIV

Check out the winning pieces from this year's Interregnum Creative Writing Competition on the theme of Compassion!

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HATCHING

Like rebirth, but better. Click below to see our Spring 2018 series on transformative experience. Think restoration, reflection, and renewal.

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Anonymous

Normally we don’t publish any work without giving credit to the writer, but this series was the exception. Our Winter 2018 series was for the shy, the secretive, the secluded.

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DREAD

Hitchcock. Witchcraft. David S. Pumpkins. What makes you SHOOKETH? We kept it kooky and spooky for DREAD, our October 2017 series. Any questions?

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HAIKUS

Seventeen syllables. Three lines. Five, seven, five. For our September 2017 series, we hijacked the Japanese form of poetry that is the haiku. 

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Tan Lines

Hot, sweaty, sizzling, and sunburnt. Read the summertime stories of 2017 before those tan lines start to fade. 

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Morning Breath

What does the season of romance evoke in you? Check out our February 2017 series for tales of love and strife.

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