FUSE Affiliated Publications Directory

Note: Logos of colleges or universities link to journal/publication online resource if available. 

Fire and Ice: Campus Journal
“Fire and Ice is Bucknell’s premier student-led publication showcasing student art, prose, and poetry. The submissions we accept are based on a thorough review by the executive staff and evaluated by numerous editors and contributing editors.” 
Woodcrest: Campus Journal
“Woodcrest is a selective literary and arts publication project dedicated to showcasing the extraordinary talents of the Cabrini University community through poetry, screenplay, fiction and non-fiction writing, art, and photography.”
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Pitch: Campus Journal
“Pitch: A Journal of Arts and Literature is an online publication that accepts submissions of original creative work by current Cedar Crest College students in the categories of poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, scriptwriting, photography, art and digital art, video production, audio, and other creative new media works, and choreography.”
Gandy Dancer: SUNY Campuses Journal
We are a literary magazine, available online and in print, that publishes fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and visual art. We invite student writers and artists from all SUNY campuses to submit. Edited by a rotating staff of students at SUNY Geneseo, Gandy Dancer is published twice yearly.
The Mercury: Campus Journal
“The Mercury has served as Gettysburg College’s literary magazine since 1899. Published annually, The Mercury seeks to showcase the best of student work in both the literary and visual arts.”

National and Campus Journals

Susquehanna Review- National Journal

“is an annual international undergraduate journal run by students at Susquehanna University. We feature work in fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and visual art. Our mission is to share writing that is innovative and brave, full of fresh language that excites us as readers and as writers, honed in on the depth and variety of human experience.”

Essay Magazine- Campus Journal

“Our student-run creative nonfiction magazine annually showcases student memoirs, personal essays and literary journalism pieces.”

Rivercraft- Campus Journal

“An annual collection of student poetry, short stories and novellas put together by students.”

Sanctuary- Campus Journal

“Sanctuary Magazine was conceptualized several years ago by a few students who had a love for speculative fiction and wanted to create a safe space on campus for others who wrote it…Its aesthetic is continuing to mold into something unique and memorable. Because it has such a niche market of undergraduate writers and readers of speculative fiction (and other unconventional works), the next goal for the magazine is to become a national sensation.”

Flagship Global Experiences- Campus Journal

“Flagship is a magazine that will document the travels of Susquehanna students and bring their stories to life"

Westwind: Open to All Writers 
“For over fifty years, Westwind has been printing poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, art, music, and everything in between. Westwind welcomes submissions from new and experienced writers and artists. We seek to cultivate and sustain networks between artists, writers, poets, and readers surpassing the bounds of UCLA’s campus, in which we were founded. Reflective of our inclusion of a variety of different art forms, Westwind encourages work to abandon formulaic and traditional demands and expectations. While we accept every medium, we remain appreciative of other kinds of work which furnish conventional forms of writing with contemporary values and concerns that resonate with our readers.”
The Blue Route: National Journal

“Widener University’s journal of undergraduate writing takes its name from the Blue Route (I-476), a north-south highway running through the suburbs of Philadelphia.

The Blue Route is an undergraduate literary journal run by students and faculty from Widener University. We publish short fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction written by undergraduate writers from any school other than our own.  There is a great deal of emerging talent in the undergraduate population, and we aim to showcase that talent in our journal. We pay our contributors $25 upon publication, and work hard to provide our contributors with a professional publication experience.”