Artemas, formerly the Corn Creek Review, is Young Harris College's literary magazine. It is created by and for the students of YHC and serves as a vehicle for their creative expression. The magazine accepts submissions of poetry, prose, musical composition, photography, painting, drawing and other art forms. Each year, the magazine is put together by a student group that gathers submissions, chooses the content for the magazine, and designs the layout.

Contact Dr. Gale Thompson, Faculty Advisor, if you are interested in joining the staff or submitting your creative work.



Artemas holds an annual competition for the best poetry and prose in its pages. Support for Artemas literary awards is given in loving memory of Danny Bearse, ’79, by his aunt, Ms. Jo Bearse.

2015-2016 Recipients

1st Place Poetry: Jami Padgett "Counter-Current"
2nd Place Poetry: Emma Jones "Edith & Johnny"
3rd Place Poetry: Jami Padgett ("Eating Like a Bird") and Cortney Esco "Bird Watching"

1st Place Prose/Drama: Andie Weaver "The 21st Annual Johanson Area Cat Convention"
2nd Place Prose/Drama: Sarah Boudreau "That Doggie in the Window"
3rd Place Prose/Drama: Morgan Bilicki for "The Blind Date"