Latest from Blog 209: A Semester Reflection: Klio, The Little Lit Mag That Could The last 15 weeks have come and gone. Blog posts have been typed; stories and poems and art have been reviewed; commas have been added, crossed out, and added back once more. The last 15 weeks have come and gone, and we have a lot to show for them. We have this website, full of pages and posts and phrases and photos—so much we’ve done, and so much we still want to do. Read More Making a Living and a Life as a Journalist Fast forward three years to the end of my senior year of college. By then, I expect to be nearly finished earning my bachelor’s degree in journalism with possibly a minor involving digital design. But is it all worth it to receive that particular degree in today’s world? Can I truly make a living and a life with that particular degree? Carolyn Kuebler, an ambitious woman who is currently the editor of the New England Review, made me think twice about my future occupation after I read her personal experiences in The Little Magazine in Contemporary America. Read More Webster’s: The Underground Gem of Downtown State College As you descend the steps into the underground oasis, you are immediately surrounded by an atmosphere oozing with passion, creation, and appreciation. Located at 133 East Beaver Ave, Webster’s Bookstore and Café is one of State College’s hidden gems that provides the perfect haven for members of the literary community, as well as one for students or the curious passersby. Read More Klio Goes To Webster’s Cafe Thursday, October 27th was the day Klio members were waiting for. This was the day we had been planning for all semester: the Art Jam we sponsored at Webster's Cafe downtown. The purpose of the Art Jam was to publicize Klio. The more publicity we could bring to our publication, the more success we would have for reaching audiences of all ranges. When researching places to hold our Art Jam, we found that Webster's Cafe was the perfect place for us. The cozy, artistic space was the perfect place for Klio to establish a literary presence. Read More Carol Guzy: A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words Carol Guzy, a four-time Pulitzer prize winner, spoke at the Freeman Auditorium at the HUB on Tuesday, November 1st. Read More Submit to Klio Day(s) : Hour(s) : Minute(s) : Second(s) Keep up with Klio: Check out Klio’s sister print mag, Kalliope: Visit Kalliope's Website Musings: November 2016 Feature Meet Joe Bueter, poet and faculty member. N Published: Prompt #1 Winner Read Bare by Samantha Friedman, our prompt #1 winner. v What's New Read the best and the newest of Klio submissions.