UQLS Publications Presents: Frolic
The great Professor James Allan once opined that the exam is the only socially acceptable place to brag. And until now, he was right.
Ladies and Gentlemen of T.C. Beirne, welcome to Frolic.
It is trite knowledge that law students are a special breed. Amongst us walk Prime Ministers and Presidents, Monty Python and the Chaser, greats ranging from Jerry Springer to Gerard Butler to Gandhi to Andrea Boccelli. Hell, even Callinan J found time between his scathing federalist dissents to churn out an impressive corpus of plays and novels.
Yet all too often our extensive creative talents are squandered upon hair-splitting hypotheticals and mind-numbing law reform essays. For the masses who know that they are above this bollocks, your time has come.
Frolic is your chance to express yourself; a celebration of the abundant talent within the walls of Forgan-Smith. We are looking for submissions of literally any kind; inter alia, short stories, anecdotes, opinion pieces, feature articles, poetry, art, photography, cartoons…it’s entirely up to you.
Express your disapproval of the government’s drug policy. Proffer your hitherto unshared soliloquy of unrequited love for that mature age student. Tell us about your month with glandular fever. Whatever you choose, grab this opportunity by the [FOR EQUITY REASONS THIS REFERENCE HAS BEEN AMENDED] and speak your voice loud and proud (and actually do something productive these holidays). Submissions are due Wednesday 15 August, at publications @uqls.com
So please… embark upon a frolic of your own. God knows we won’t be liable.