Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 9, No. 12. September 25, 1946
I would be glad if you could find space in you columns for the following:—
A Literary Club has come into being this year at Canterbury having as objects the promotion of writing and interest in writing among students. As soon as possible after the November examinations we in-tend to publish a magazine of about 30 pages which will contain original prose and verse of a kind not sufficiently catered for by the "annuals" of each University College. So far as we know there is no such publication at Victoria, or at either of the other colleges, and for this reason we would welcome contributions from any of your readers who are interested.
The magazine will probably be printed by the Caxton Press to the tune of, say, 200 copies, some of which will be privately distributed and others sold (?) to the public. There may be a few blocks in the number and for these we would also welcome contributions. The publication is not on a commercial basis. No payment will be made for contributions and any profits that may accrue will be used to prop our own dithering finances.
Due recognition will be given to the fact if any work is printed that does not come from our own club. A tentative closing time for contributions is the end of October.
P. C. M. Alcock, Hon. Sec. Cuc Lit. Club.