Adding Your Publications to Our Directory:


Though we may move this process to the forums, for now direct any questions you have to

The Directory is currently divided into four sections by category. To qualify for this list, the journal must be staffed primarily by undergraduates.

Section 1:

National Undergraduate Student Journals- Journals open to any undergraduate student from any campus.


Section 2:

On Campus Journals- Journals that only accept work from students who are a member of the campus the publication is affiliated with. 

Section 3: 

Campus and Community Journals- Journals open to members of the publication's affiliated university as well as surrounded communities.


Section 4:

Journals Open to All Writers- Journals staffed by undergraduate students that publish work from writers of all ages, not just undergraduate students. 

Required information:

• Name of journal.

• Type of journal.

• Season or month the journal is published.

• Frequency of publication (Annually, quarterly, etc.).

• Medium (online or print, etc.).

• A link to the journal's website or page (if it has one).

• A Brief description:

  • We're requiring each journal have a brief (1 or 2 sentence minimum) description of the journal. These "Journal Bios" can be up to six sentences (or so) long. Our goal is for this directory to be more than a list: an interactive and informative directory of undergraduate journals. (See below for more details.)


Optional Information:
  • These are things that may enrich our entry for your journal, feel free to include as much or as little information as you like.

• If you'd like to solicit submissions, you may include brief submission guidelines. The information you give may include but is not limited to:

• Genres published.

• Season of submissions No exact dates please, unless they are the same every year. We do not want to have incorrect information if the dates vary.

• Link to complete submission guidelines.

• How to submit and the link, email, or address.

• Contact information for the journal.


• Journal Bio. This is the place to help us get to know your journal. Information you can include:


• A brief description.

• The year of first publication.

• Claims to fame, general celebrations, or fun facts (ie: "In 2012, Journal celebrated its 50th Issue!").

• Mission statement or a quote that really captures your journal's heart.


•Origins of journal name

Note: FUSE National reserves the right to edit any information to ensure that entries are clear, consistent and up to date.

“Writing without revising is the literary equivalent of waltzing gaily out of the house in your underwear.” 

-Patricia Fuller

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