Journal Directory

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Note: Journals are both color coded and titled by submission type they upset (only writers from that campus, from that campus or community, any student nationally, or any writer regardless of age or student status) They can be found by respectively searching Campus Journal, Community Journal, National Journal or Any Writer. One can also see which is which by title color while scrolling as listed below: 

Peach: Campus Journal

Light blue: Community Journal

Green: National/international Journal (open to undergraduate student writers only

White: National/international Journal (staffed by undergraduate students but open to any writer)

Orange: Anthologies of undergraduate student writing

Abilene Christian University-Campus Journal

The Shinnery Review

“The Shinnery Review is a student-led art and literary magazine showcasing student work at Abilene Christian University. Now in its 28th year of publication, The Shinnery has been entered in statewide competitions and contests. Every year from the 1st of November, we accept submissions of all kinds from all students, regardless of major or discipline. The magazine is designed by ACU students and published in late April at the Black Tulip event.”

Adrian College-Campus Journal

Oxcart

Campus Undergraduate Journal

“Adrian College’s student-run literary magazine, Oxcart, is published yearly with sponsorship from the Adrian College English Department. They accept the most unique and creative work their students have to offer.” – O

Agnes Scott College- Campus Journal

Aurora 

“Aurora is Agnes Scott’s student-produced art and literary magazine, featuring works of poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction and visual art from currently enrolled undergraduate students in the southeast.

The magazine only exists in print format and is published once a year every spring.” 

Albion College- National Journal

Albion Review

“The Albion Review is a national literary journal based out of Albion College in Michigan. Published annually since 2004, The Review features works of short fiction, poetry, essays, and visual art. The Review strives to showcase the work of emerging undergraduate talents.”  


Allegheny College- National Journal

Allegheny Review

“The Allegheny Review, now entering its 34th year of publication, is one of America’s few nationwide literary magazines dedicated exclusively to undergraduate works of poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and artwork. Published annually, the periodical showcases some of the best literature the nation’s undergraduates have to offer.”

American University- Any Writer

Folio

“Folio is a nationally recognized literary journal sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences at American University in Washington, DC. Since 1984, we have published original creative work by both new and established authors.” 

Antioch University, Los Angeles- Any Writer

Two Hawks Quarterly 

“Two Hawks Quarterly (THQ) was begun in 2007 by a bold and talented group of creative writing students in the BA Program at Antioch University Los Angeles. Within a few years, the journal was attracting and publishing work from writers all over the world. Students continue to provide the life’s blood for THQ, which has become a formal endeavor of Antioch University’s creative writing concentration. Now published digitally twice a year, Two Hawks Quarterly remains dedicated to publishing exquisitely crafted fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and works that defy easy genre categorization which we call Genre X.”

Antioch University, New England- Any Writer

Whole Terrain

National Journal Open to All Writers

“Whole Terrain, Antioch University New England’s nationally acclaimed journal of reflective environmental practice, is dedicated to the experience of those who have chosen the environment as the basis of their work. Whole Terrain cultivates reflective thought and mindful awareness in an effort to create a balance between humanity and the Earth.  It is a place where new and established writers and artists come together with environmental professionals, students and faculty from around the world to examine such diverse themes as Serious Play, Risk, ((r)e)volution, and Net Works. Former Whole Terrain contributors include Kathleen Dean Moore, John Elder, Terry Tempest Williams, and Gary Nabhan, to name just a few.”

Appalachian State University- Campus Journal

The Peel 

“The Peel Literature and Arts Review has been committed to cultivating a creative outlet for artists at Appalachian State University for ten years—ten years of dedicated staff, gifted students, and partnerships with the amazing communities in Boone. Our publication this year commemorates these ten years with the roman numeral X. Each X represents the ten past publications, and they also symbolize the next ten years that The Peel will continue to work with the innovative campus of Appalachian State to help build a foundation for the arts in our community.”

Arapahoe Community College- Any Writer

Progenitor 

“You may submit original, unpublished work in poetry, fiction, nonfiction, graphic novel excerpts, and screenplay excerpts. We also accept original unpublished art, photography, and high-quality images of three-dimensional art.”


Arizona State University- Any Writer

Hayden’s Ferry Review

“Founded in 1986, Hayden’s Ferry Review is a semi-annual & international literary journal edited by the MFA students at Arizona State University. Work from Hayden’s Ferry Review has been included in the Pushcart Prize Anthology, Best American Poetry, and Best New Poets. HFR has notable pieces in Best American Short Stories, Best American Essays, Best American Mystery Stories, and the Pushcart Prize Anthology…

Hayden’s Ferry Review looks for well-crafted work that takes risks, challenges readers, and engages us emotionally and artistically. A small portion of our publication is solicited from established authors, while the majority of our contributors are chosen from the thousands of manuscripts we receive each year.”

Assumption College- National Journal

Thoreau’s Rooster

“This publication is inspired by Thoreau’s metaphorical rooster, modeling an attitude to which young writers must subscribe if they are going to dare to put their work out there in the world. That work need not be about nature, but it does need to operate out of the creative nonfiction genre, blending personal storytelling and scene-setting with an underlying psychological and/or thematic progression.”

Auburn University- Campus Journal

The Circle 

“The Auburn Circle is Auburn University’s student run literary magazine. Published once each semester, the Circle features student created work, including fiction, non-fiction, poetry, art, photography, graphic design, and more.”

Augsburg College- Campus Journal

Murphy Square

“Augsburg College has had a literary journal since 1929; however, it was always published under different names. The journal was named Murphy Square in 1975 and it is still currently Augsburg College’s only literary and visual arts journal. Submissions are solicited from the entire Augsburg community late in the fall and published in a professional-quality journal during the spring semester. Murphy Square is a commissioned student organization, entirely led and run by Augsburg students.”

Augusta State University- National Journal

Sand Hills

“Sand Hills, Augusta University’s premiere little magazine, has been committed to publishing the highest quality of creative writing and visual art since 1973. Formerly a student-only publication, Sand Hills has featured work by award-winning authors and alumnae Louise Shivers and Judith Ortiz Cofer. More recently, our contributors have also published in The Oxford American, Seventeen, and Playboy.”

Augustana College- Campus Journal

Saga

“SAGA is Augustana’s art and literary magazine. This is where Augie’s creative writers showcase their accomplishments to the campus community. Published twice yearly, the magazine accepts student submissions of poetry, fiction, and artwork, including drawings, paintings, and photography.”

Austin Peay State University- Community Journal

Red Mud Review

“The Red Mud Review is a student-organized literary magazine published by Austin Peay State University. The journal accepts poetry, fiction, essays, drama, and visual art by students currently enrolled in any university around the nation. Alumni of Austin Peay State University and other community members are also encouraged to submit.”

Averett University- Campus Journal

Ember

“A Magazine For and By the Students of Averett University.”

Ball State University- National Journal

The Broken Plate

“The Broken Plate is a nationally distributed literary magazine produced by Ball State University undergraduates. The magazine features poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, screenwriting, one-act plays, art and photography, book reviews, and interviews.” 

Baruch College- Campus Journal 

Encounters 

“Encounters Magazine, Baruch’s first literary journal, has had a history with the College for over 10 years. The magazine, which is now published once a semester, is a journal of original poetry, short stories and essays submitted by Baruch students.”

Barnard College- Community Journal

Echoes

“Founded in 2006, Echoes is Barnard College’s only literary and visual arts magazine. Its aim is to reflect the voices of the Barnard community by creating a space for free expression and celebration of dissent. Echoes Literary and Visual Arts Magazine hopes to build community with aspiring artists and writers on Barnard’s campus through its semesterly publication and campus events. As a publication committed to representing the depth of our audiences’ experiences, we subscribe to a creed of intersectional feminism, recognizing the changing meanings of gender and their relations to race, class, ability, sexual orientation, and other identities. We hope to create a community where all Barnard students feel able to express themselves through their creativity.”

Belhaven University- Campus Journal 

The Brogue

“The Brogue is the fine arts journal of Belhaven University, published annually by the Creative Writing Department. Members of the Brogue editorial staff and contributors to the journal include representatives from many areas of the arts at Belhaven: creative writing, theater, visual art, graphic design, music, and dance.”

Belmont University- Campus Journal

Belmont Literary Journal 

“The Belmont Literary Journal is a student-run publication edited by and featuring the work of current Belmont University students. Founded in 1980 as a print-journal, the BLJ became an publication in 2014. Our goal is to encourage, discover, and share the work of both the undergraduate and graduate students of Belmont University with the larger literary community.” 

Beloit College- Any Writer

Beloit Fiction Journal

“The Beloit Fiction Journal publishes the best in contemporary short fiction. Traditional and experimental narratives find a home in our pages. We publish new writers alongside established writers. Our fiction-only format allows us to consider very long as well as very short stories. We occasionally publish excerpts.”

Bennington College- Anthology

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“plain china is a national literary anthology that showcases the best undergraduate writing from across the country, while providing a venue for top-notch artwork as well. The work of undergraduates has historically been featured only in their respective institutions; with this anthology, we want to honor and connect young writers and artists, and to create a collective narrative reflective of and relevant to the undergraduate writing experience. It is the only compilation of undergraduate work at such a scale and on a national level.”

Berry College- Campus Journal

Ramifications

“Imagine a group of students, passionate about aesthetics in written and visual art. Then imagine this group of opinionated students sifting through submissions and choosing the best representative spectrum of Berry student work for all of your peers to see. If you can imagine this then you have just envisioned the staff of Ramifications, the art and literary magazine of Berry College. Can’t you picture yourself as part of this staff? The magazine receives submissions from students of all majors in the categories of poetry, fiction, essays, creative non-fiction and all types of visual art. Ramifications allows for
the Berry creative community to showcase its labor.”

Binghamton University- Campus Journal

Ellipsis

“Ellipsis Literary Magazine is the only official undergraduate literary magazine on campus. We accept submissions of prose, poetry, art and photography. We encourage submissions from students of all majors and ages!”

Boston College- Campus Journal

The Stylus

“Founded in 1882, The Stylus is Boston College’s foremost undergraduate literary and art magazine, as well as its oldest club. It is also one of the oldest literary magazines in the United States.

Stylus publishes at the end of each Fall and Spring semester.”

Bowling Green State University- National Journal

Prairie Margins

“Prairie Margins is the national undergraduate literary magazine at Bowling Green State University. Publishing writers since 1963, the magazine promotes undergraduate writing nationwide by providing a venue through which talented newcomers to the art of writing can be introduced to a wide audience every year with a print issue. Prairie Margins accepts poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, art, and photography.” ​

Bradley University- Campus Journal

Broadside

“Broadside is Bradley University’s literary arts journal. Each year we publish a 100+ page journal showcasing creative work by Bradley students. We publish written work (poetry, fiction, plays, screenplays, creative non-fiction) and visual artwork (photos, paintings, drawings etc.). The Broadside Journal is published in the spring and is free to Bradley students. Broadside also publishes ‘Broadsheets,’ 11×17 inch posters, three times during each school year that display student writing and art around campus. Any current student may submit work to be considered for publication. Please read our submission guidelines to learn how.”

Brewton-Parker College- Campus Journal

Oracle

“The Oracle is a literary journal published by Brewton-Parker College’s English Department to promote writing of both students and the general public. We accept fiction, non-fiction, flash fiction, poetry, photography, and visual art.”

Broward College- Campus Journal

P’an Ku

“P’an Ku is the Broward College student literary & arts magazine. P’an Ku strives to promote and encourage the creative efforts of BC students in the literary and visual arts. It also serves as a training ground for students interested in careers in editing, publishing, graphic design, advertising, filmmaking, and other aspects of the collaborative creative process.”

Brown University

          The Round- Community Journal

The Round

“The Round is a journal of literary and visual arts based at Brown University in Providence, RI.

Published biannually, The Round accepts submissions in all mediums and from all sources, inside and outside the Brown community.”

           SOMOS- Campus Journal

SOMOS

“SOMOS Latino Literary Magazine was established in the 1990s by a group of students who, like us, share the vision of creating a medium that would bring the gaps between communities that share the Latino experience. Unfortunately, for a short time, SOMOS was discontinued; nevertheless, with the support and dedication of the community we were able to revive this Latino presence.”

Bucknell University- Campus Journal

Fire and Ice

Campus Undergraduate 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.” 

Cabrini College- Campus Journal

Woodcrest

“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.”

California Intitute of Technology- Community Journal

Totem

“Totem, Caltech’s literary and visual arts magazine, is an annual publication that consists of poems, essays, short stories, photography, drawings, and other artwork submitted by the Caltech community. Students on staff volunteer their time to collect and showcase these pieces.”

California Lutheran University- Community Journal

Morning Glory 

“Since its creation in 1971 by Dr. Jack Ledbetter, the Morning Glory has continued the tradition of showcasing the best creative endeavors of the students, faculty, staff, and alumni of California Lutheran University.

The staffs have diligently judged the anonymous entries each year and then carefully coordinated each literary piece with the artwork to produce this award winning magazine.

In 2001, we included for the first time original musical compositions celebrating the innovative and artistic spirit of the university community in its literary, visual, and musical expressions.”

California State University

          Chico- Any Writer

Watershed

“We welcome submissions of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and art.”

          East Bay- Community Journal

Occam’s Razor 

“Occam’s Razor is an annual student-run publication at California State University, East Bay. All entries are submitted to the judges anonymously to ensure impartiality. At present, only CSUEB students and recent alumni are eligible to submit work.”

          Fullerton- Any Writer

Dash Literary Journal

“First published in 2008, DASH publishes poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, micro literary criticism, hybrid texts, and artwork by authors and artists of all levels of experience, from first-time submitters through well-published creators.”

          Los Angeles- Campus Journal

Statement

“At its most basic level, Statement Magazine is a decades-old award-winning institution here at CalState L.A. that gathers and publishes students’ creative works, which include poems, fictional short stories, creative nonfiction, artwork and photography. However, it is our philosophy that CalState L.A. is not just a commuter school for students to earn a degree. Rather, our university thrives as a central hub for diverse populations and personalities to interweave and grow together; we form communities with our lives and networks with our minds.”

          Northridge- Campus Journal

Northridge Review 

“The Northridge Review is a literary & arts journal of the present, produced by students in the creative writing program at California State University, Northridge. Founded in 1962 as a campus publication of student work, The Northridge Reviewpublishes prose, poetry, drama, art, and hybrid texts from across all disciplines that test the boundaries of form, content, and genre by exploring the current literary and cultural climate in thoughtful and challenging ways.”

          Sacramento- Campus Journal

Calaveras Station Literary Journal

“Calaveras Station is the literary journal for Sacramento State, where selected student writings are published in the areas of short fiction, creative nonfiction, critical analysis, and poetry.

Calaveras Station Literary Journal provides publication opportunities for all currently enrolled students writing short fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and memoir.”

          San Bernardo- Community Journal

The Pacific Review

“The Pacific Review is the main campus literary magazine of California State University San Bernardino. We’re looking for challenging fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction from CSUSB students and alumni, in a word, rtf, or pdf document. Our goal is to bear witness and to celebrate our diverse, resilient region, voices from the Inland Empire, the High Desert, Joshua Tree, Palm Springs, the mountains, the deserts, the cities, our lives!”

Canisius College- Campus Journal

The Quadrangle

“The Quadrangle is the college’s student-edited literary and visual arts magazine. It publishes annually in the spring semester works of poetry, fiction and non-fiction prose, photography, artwork, essays, interviews, song lyrics, and short plays.”

Capital College- Campus Journal

The ReCap

“ReCap is Capital University’s literary arts magazine. We publish poetry, prose, photography, and visual arts. Our staff is composed of well-qualified writers and artists who carefully choose each entry.”

Carnegie Mellon- National Journal

The Oakland Review

“The Oakland Review is Carnegie Mellon University’s premier literary-arts journal. Since 1973, the publication has featured works of poetry, prose, and art, all reviewed and selected by an undergraduate editorial board. The Oakland Review is published annually and welcomes submissions from writers and artists of all backgrounds.

Run entirely by undergraduate students, with faculty advisor assistant professor of English Lauren Shapiro, The Oakland Review accepts submissions of fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, playwriting, screenwriting, and artwork. It has been recognized nationally by the Associated Writing Programs, placing as a finalist in their Undergraduate Journal competition.” 

Carthage College- Campus Journal

Centrique

“Centrique is Carthage’s art and literature magazine. We publish a yearly magazine of student work. The top works in the written and visual art categories receive monetary prizes.” 

Cedar Crest College- Campus Journal

Pitch​

“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.”

Central Washington University-Campus Journal

Manastash

“Our literary magazine was started in 1989 by Joseph Powell and Shannon Hopkins, a graduate student at the time and now an instructor at Yakima Valley Community College. Our first issue came out in 1990, and an annual collection of student literature has been published ever since. An archive of all past issues can be found in Central’s library. We have published poems, short stories, critical essays, and creative non-fiction. Early editions contained pictures of art work by Central students, and one of the pieces was usually chosen for the cover.”

Centre College- Campus Journal

Vantage Point

“Vantage Point is a biannual literary magazine featuring the best poetry, prose, and photography by the undergrad students of Centre College. There are normally only about 300 copies printed of each issue, which makes this magazine a limited printing. From the writing to the editing process, it’s a completely student driven magazine. The magazine started in 1967 and has been running strong ever since.”

Chapman University- Community Journal

Calliope 

“Calliope Art & Literary Magazine is a student-run art and literary publication dedicated to showcasing the talent of the Chapman University community.”

Chatham University- Campus Journal

Minor Bird

“The Minor Bird is Chatham’s Undergraduate Literary Magazine. We are a student-led, student-driven organization that is focused on creating a space for the creative and critical writers and artists on campus to display their work.” 

Clackamas Community College- National Journal

Clackamas Literary Review

“Clackamas Literary Review is a national literary arts magazine that has been publishing poetry, prose, and possibility texts since 1997. We are a faculty-supported, student-run publication, whose editorial and production home resides in the English Department at Clackamas Community College in Oregon City, OR.”

Coe College-The Pearl- Campus Journal

Colere

“Colere is a literary journal that publishes works of fiction, essays, poetry, and artwork dealing with culture and cross-cultural experience.  It is published and edited by students of Coe College and is sponsored by the Coe Writing Center.”

Colby Sawyer College- Campus Journal

Chargeusse 

“…devoted to promoting the reading, writing, and experiencing of poetry and fiction.

As students of literature and creative writing, we constantly grapple with a question:
What is it that we pay tribute to when we write? We believe that art deepens our relationship with the reality by opening up the space between life and mystery; and by awakening the sense of wonder and awe. Poetry is wild and spastic, spontaneous and rejuvenating, painful and tiresome; poetry is pieces of the soul shown and heard through language of experience. Poetry enters into the places in the heart of which we did not even know or which did not yet exist. 
Hence, we wish to promote what makes us wonder – do you wonder too?”

College of New Jersey- Campus Journal

The Lion’s Eye

“The Lion’s Eye is  The College of New Jersey’s student-run literary magazine. Our purpose is to publish one issue per semester showcasing student artwork, photography, poetry, prose, and more.”

College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University- Any Writer

Studio One

“Founded in 1976, Studio One is the literary and visual arts journal published each spring by the College of Saint Benedict/Saint John’s University. The journal–from submissions collection and editing to design and distribution–is run entirely by undergraduate students.”

The College of Wooster- Campus Journal

The Goliard

“The Goliard is a student run literary magazine on the College of Wooster Campus. We receive all of our submissions from current students and these submissions are peer reviewed by members of our staff. At the end of each year, we publish a magazine and sell it to the student body. In the magazine we publish prose, poetry, prosetry, art, music, a one act play, and any other type of writing that you can think of. We are also trying to expand the types of literature and art that we put in the magazine, so if you’re not sure we accept what you want to submit, send it anyway! We would be happy to look at it.”

Colorado Mesa University- Campus Journal

The Literary Review 

“The Literary Review is the student edited and managed in-house magazine, featuring the best of Colorado Mesa students’ writing.”

Columbia College, Chicago

         Columbia Poetry Review- Any Writer

Columbia Poetry Review 

“Published annually by Columbia College Chicago’s English & Creative Writing Department, Columbia Poetry Review is a student-edited, nationally distributed literary journal.”

         Hotel Amerika- Any Writer

Hotel Amerika 

“Launched in 2002, Hotel Amerika is already firmly established as an exciting venue for both well-known and emerging writers. We publish exceptional writing in all its forms, so it’s not uncommon to find traditional work alongside the experimental. We strive to house in our pages the most unique and provocative poetry, fiction and nonfiction available. Work with a quirky, unconventional edge—either in form or content—is often favored by our editors. Hotel Amerika is an eclectic journal that attracts an equally eclectic audience.”

Columbia University- Campus Journal

Quarto

“Quarto is the official undergraduate literary magazine of Columbia University’s Creative Writing Department. It is a student-run magazine that publishes the best of Columbia’s undergraduate writers from all four of Columbia’s undergraduate colleges. Quarto is dedicated to innovation—to finding fresh voices and exploring new opportunities to recognize writers—all in the effort to keep up with the ever-changing literary landscape on campus. Quarto is committed to uplifting marginalized voices and representing a diverse community of writers and artists.”

Concordia College- Campus Journal

AfterWork 

“AfterWork, Concordia’s student-operated literary magazine, is often the first venue in which fledgling writers have their work published. Published every spring, AfterWork is a literary review of fiction, poetry, essays and art works. A student editor and his or her staff of literary and art editors solicit manuscripts and artwork from the student body; selections for publication are chosen anonymously on their merits.”

Cornell University- National Journal

Rainy Day

“Rainy Day is the longest-running literary magazine on the Cornell University campus. Published biannually, Rainy Daypresents the finest student literary works from undergraduates across the country. Our staff is a cooperative group of editors who critique work through interactive meetings. Staff members come from a myriad of backgrounds: Economics, Biology, Philosophy, English, Psychology, Chemistry, and other majors.”

Davidson College

          Hobart Park- Community Journal

Hobart Park

“Hobart Park is Davidson College’s oldest extant literary publication. The purpose of Hobart Park is to showcase student, alumni, faculty and staff talent in the literary and visual arts, and it presents an opportunity for students to gain writing, editing, and layout experience. As Davidson’s oldest literary journal, Hobart Park was founded with the mission to be like other prominent literary journals, selecting the year’s most exciting student, faculty, staff, community member, and alumni work. Our review board reads submissions anonymously so that the decisions are based entirely on the quality of the work. ”

          Libertas- Campus Journal

Libertas

“Published biweekly, the student-produced arts and literary magazine accepts submissions in creative nonfiction, short stories, poetry, and art.”

Denison University- Campus Journal

Exile

“Exile is a student literary journal that provides an opportunity for future poets, fiction, and non-fiction writers to publish their creative work in an undergraduate forum. For some students, Exile represents their only chance at publication, their only chance to have an audience. For others, Exile represents the beginning of their writing career. The title of this magazine was suggested by the concluding phrase in ‘The Rest’ by Ezra Pound.”

DePauw University- Campus Journal

A Midwestern Review 

“A Midwestern Review started in 1988. We strive to feature the best works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, and photography by students attending DePauw University. This review, and website, is produced entirely by students. We aim to give artistic expression to the students of our great school.”

Dickinson College- Community Journal

The Dickinson Review

“The Dickinson Review, published by the Belles Lettres Society (est. 1786), is an annual journal published each spring that is edited, designed, and managed by students. It publishes selected prose, poetry, and art by Dickinson students, faculty, and staff.”

Drake University- National Journal

Periphery

“Periphery Literary Journal showcases the best in undergrad poetry, short fiction, photography, art, and anything in between.  For fifty-five years we have prided ourselves on consistently achieving a high level of quality for an undergrad literary journal, while having the great privilege to be able to publish talented authors and artists.

Periphery is a annual literary journal accepting submissions from undergraduate students from across the United States, but are happy to be able to publish undergraduate work from across the globe.”

Drexel University- Campus Journal

Maya

“Maya Literary Magazine is Drexel University’s premier publication for undergraduate literature and artwork, a medium through which writing, art, and photography collide and enhance the flavors of one another. Since its founding Maya has striven to showcase, appreciate, and provide a creative outlet in a sea of technical and scholastic writing. However, we aren’t just bookworms and hermits fighting about the use of semicolons. We bake cupcakes. And breathe fire.”

Drury University- Campus Journal

Currents

“Currents is a Drury student-produced literary magazine that cycles new issues around campus twice a year. Sometimes Currents has a theme, and sometimes it doesn’t. If you are human and have a small splotch of creativity and are a Drury student, you should submit. The Currents staff continually accepts submissions of fiction, non-fiction, essay/review, interview, poetry, comics, art, and photography. New issues can be found in random buildings around campus and are always free to students, faculty, and staff.

Created in the pre-Gutenburg Age (OK, pre-Facebook Age) by Drury student Eric Ferguson, Currents has transformed from a “punk” idea to a widespread and subversive forum for creativity. Eric envisioned irreverence and free-form, but never did he imagine that the publication would persist and grow to circulate over 200 copies an issue.”

Duke University- Campus Journal

The Archive

“Established in 1887, The Archive is one of the oldest continuously published literary magazines in the United States and the oldest student publication at Duke University. The primary focus of the biannual magazine is the publication of student poetry and short fiction. Each edition also showcases photography and artwork.”

Duquesne University- Community Journal

:Lexicon

“Created to showcase the creative works of students, faculty, and alumni, :Lexicon is Duquesne University’s journal of arts and literature. Since 2005, this student-run publication has been home to the poetry, prose, and visual art of our campus community. :Lexicon further celebrates the creative presence on Duquesne’s campus through its annual art show and open mic nights throughout the academic year.”

East Carolina University- Community Journal

North Carolina Literary Review 

“The North Carolina Literary Review (NCLR) is produced at East Carolina University and published and distributed by the University of North Carolina Press. Inspired by the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association to be a companion to the North Carolina Historical Review, NCLR publishes poetry, fiction, and nonfiction by and interviews with North Carolina writers and articles and essays about North Carolina writers and the rich literary history and culture of the Old North State.”

 

Eastern Kentucky University- Campus Journal

Aurora

“Aurora is a student led literary journal for the English Department at Eastern Kentucky University.” – Website

“Aurora is a longstanding tradition at Eastern Kentucky University that we hope to promote. Aurora hasn’t always been Aurora; it began in 1935 as a small paperback magazine titled Belles Lettres. Under the editing of Robert H. Rankin, and sponsorship of Roy B. Clark, Belles Lettres survived until 1969 when the title was changed to Aurora. The format and ideas remained the same, and the print edition continued through 2012…

The creation of the online version of Aurora magazine is merely an adaptation which will carry into the hands and minds of generations to come. The online edition of Aurora was first designed and published in 2003 by an editing class co-taught by Gaby Bedetti and Chris Daniel. It was, and remains, a vision of the students to produce a contemporary, user-friendly website with cutting-edge, original prose that demonstrates the creative ability of the students here at EKU.”

Eastern Oregon University- Campus Journal

Oregon East

“Oregon East is a student-run art and literary magazine. The magazine is published annually, and displays work from students of Eastern Oregon University.”

Eckerd College- Community Journal

Eckerd Review

“If you are curious about the arts at Eckerd College, our annual journal is likely the best place to start exploring our community of writers and artists. As students, we know that the work in our pages represents not just the individual talent at Eckerd but also the collaborative spirit of our artistic endeavors. Workshops and intense discussions late into the morning, the tight bond of artists sharing studio space, and the free critique of colleagues’ work: these are the ideals and characteristics of the Eckerd community.

Faculty, alumni, staff, ASPEC and OLLI colleagues all know this. That is why their work also appears in our pages. Once a developing craftsperson encounters the free exchange of ideas that we have grown to value above all else, he or she continues to support and participate in that exchange, often for his or her whole life. As a publication, Eckerd Review always has and always will rely on that intellectual generosity.”

Elon University- Campus Journal

Colonnades 

“Colonnades is the annual literary and art journal of Elon University. Colonnades features works of fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and art that speak volumes of beauty, inspiration, and truth to their audience. Each issue of Colonnades also features a theme that highlights the overarching conversation of the pieces within that issue.

Colonnades first came off the press in 1937. Since then, Colonnades has had 77 years of excellence, with consistent praise for its professional delivery of the finest creative efforts the university as to offer, as well as for its relevance outside of the creative writing community at Elon University.”

Emerson College- Any Writer

The Emerson Review

“The Emerson Review is an annual literary publication that is produced by undergraduate students at Emerson College. Our staff is a mix of students of all ages and majors who are dedicated to putting together a publication of the highest quality.”

Emporia State University- Campus Journal

Quivira

“Quivira is…

  • A student-run literary organization

  • One of ESU’s oldest clubs open to all ESU students

  • A publisher of the literary annual Quivira, containing work by ESU student-writers

  • A sponsor of literary readings open to students and the public

  • A promoter of literary awareness on campus and in the community”

Fairleigh Dickinson University- Any Writer

The Literary Review 

“The Literary Review (TLR) publishes the best new fiction, poetry, and prose from a broad community of international writers and translators, both emerging and established, whose commonality is literary quality and urgency of voice and artistic conviction. It is this genuine community of readers, writers, and publishers that distinguishes us. Our editorial standard is to read with an open, discerning mind, and to publish carefully and vigorously. We connect our writers to readers.”

Florida Gulf Coast University- Community Journal

Mangrove Review

“Mangrove Review is a university sponsored, student-run literary journal featuring poetry, narratives (both fiction and creative non-fiction), and artwork. We accept submissions from students, alumni, FGCU faculty and staff, and the greater FGCU community.”

Fordham University- Campus Journal

Ampersand

“Fordham University’s premier, student run literary magazine.”

Francis Marion University- Campus Journal

Snow Island Review

“The Snow Island Review (SIR) is the literary and art journal at Francis Marion University. The Snow Island Review serves as a ‘public forum for student expression,’ under the control of student Editors who gain experience in publishing. It is named for the headquarters of General Francis Marion, the ‘Swamp Fox,’ who in the winter of 1780-1781 led incursions against and then eluded British troops by escaping to his wilderness retreat bounded by the Great Pee Dee River, Lynches River, and Clark Creek. In 1874, Snow Island was named a National Historic Landmark. The Department of English, Modern Languages, and Philosophy is proud to support this journal as a space for free expression.”

Franklin and Marshall College

          Epilogue- Campus Journal

Epilogue

“Epilogue is a literary magazine  that celebrates creative student works, including fiction, poetry, art, and nonfiction.”

          Plume- Campus Journal

Plume

“Plume is Franklin & Marshall College’s foreign language literary magazine open to submissions from any members of the College and its community. It publishes a magazine each spring containing poems, short stories, and study-abroad tales in diverse language, accompanied by English translations.”

Franklin Pierce University- Community Journal

Nevermore

“What does Nevermore have to do with Fiddlestix? 
It’s simple. We used to be them.  Here’s a little history on Franklin Pierce University’s original student publication.

Fiddlestix Review was revived in 2009 by the Franklin Pierce Writing Club after a ten-year absence. An in-house magazine, Fiddlestix was dedicated to showing the fiction, non-fiction, poetry, essays, and artistic works of students, faculty, alumni, and staff who had a strong connection to the Franklin Pierce Campus.

In 2010, Nevermore was born from the ashes of Fiddlestix. Under a new name, new editorship, and full of new ideas, Nevermore has moved to a new website, but we’re not forgetting where we came from! We invite you to visit our original publication and view our older issues by clicking on Fiddlestix!

Frostburg State University

          Backbone Mountain Review- Community Journal

Backbone Mountain Review 

“Backbone Mountain Review (BMR) is an annual literary journal that features the work of writers, poets, and playwrights from Western Maryland and the surrounding region.”

          Bittersweet- Campus Journal

Bittersweet

“Bittersweet, the campus art and literary magazine, publishes poetry, short fiction, art and photography by Frostburg State University students.”

          #Sustain- Campus Journal

#Sustain

“#Sustain is the renamed E=(LG)2. Students in ENGL 402 (Editing and Production) edit, layout, provide text and artwork, advertise for submissions and make all publication decisions about #Sustain. Students in ENGL 402 have presented at national conferences and often use the magazine as portfolio submissions for graduate school.”

Georgia College and State University- Campus Journal

The Peacock’s Feet

“Georgia College has its own undergraduate literary and creative arts journal, The Peacock’s Feet. Published annually, the journal showcases GCSU undergraduate students’ talents without costing students a penny. Writing wise, The Peacock’s Feet publishes poetry, fiction, and nonfiction; however, even though it is a literary journal, writing is not the only talent featured. This literary journal also has an art section for those who are visual artists, as well as a SoundCloud account for those who are musicians. This is a great experience for students who are English majors or who want to make a career with their talents, but The Peacock’s Feet is not limited to only English/Art/Music majors. This is an opportunity for students of all majors, and we especially urge the ones who possess these talents but have never gone forth with them publicly.”

Georgia State University (New South)- National Journal

New South

“New South is produced entirely by graduate students in the New South Writing Workshop at Georgia State University. Previously known as The GSU Review, we’ve been publishing new fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and art since 1975. Works first appearing in New South have been anthologized in Best American Poetry, New Stories from the South, Best Small Fictions, New Poetry from the Midwest, and noted in Best American Short Stories and Best of the Net.”

Georgia State University (Underground)- National Journal

Underground

“Underground is Georgia State University’s very own undergraduate literary journal. Our staff consists entirely of undergraduate students who attend the university’s Atlanta campus. We publish an issue of poetry, prose, and art once every semester. We love (and want) work that is experimental, daring, and a little bit weird. If that sounds like you, then consider submitting your work to us!

We accept submissions from all undergraduate students currently enrolled in an accredited university or college.”

Gettysburg College- Campus Journal

The Mercury

“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.”

Goucher College- Campus Journal

Preface

“The Preface is a student-run and reviewed literature and art magazine. Its past includes beautiful and expressive works, name changes, and, at one point, nearly ending completely. With the work of a few dedicated individuals over the decades, Preface has survived as a medium of student expression for Goucher College.”


Grand Valley State University 

          Fishladder- Campus Journal

fishladder

“Grand Valley State University’s student journal of art and writing…

fishladder seeks outstanding, thoughtful, and polished work from creators of all backgrounds and identities. Our mission is to give voice to the student body by providing a home for art created by the unique and diverse students in our campus community.”

          Vinette- Campus Journal

Vinette 

“Vinette is an online publication composed of the work of talented Grand Valley State University student writers. It includes nonfiction writing, both creative and technical, as well as print and web designs. This is a venue for students to share their writing styles, deliver ideas, and publish their own pieces. This is a place for writers in all disciplines and welcomes every student to submit their work.”


Grinnell College- Campus Journal

The Grinnell Review 

“For over forty years, the Review has provided a space to publish fresh and exciting work by Grinnell students. We are committed to fostering a literary and artistic community at Grinnell by hosting workshops and readings open to all. The Review also coordinates two student-run selection committees, giving students an opportunity to discuss art and literature and become involved in the editorial process.”

Hamline University

          RuneStone- National Journal

RuneStone

Runestone is committed to nurturing the next generation of editors and writers. We provide intense mentorship and hands-on experience for student editors across multiple levels of expertise. We publish and promote the nation’s finest undergraduate writers in an online forum that is physically beautiful, and maintains or exceeds the standards of print. 

          Water-Stone Review- Any Writer

Water~Stone Review 

“Water~Stone Review is a literary annual published by the The Creative Writing Programs at Hamline University. The review publishes work in all genres as well as essay/reviews and writers’ interviews. Features include three contests and photography curated by students at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design.”

Harvard College-Campus Journal

The Harvard Advocate

“The Harvard Advocate, founded in 1866, is the oldest continuously published collegiate literary magazine in the country. Over its long history, it can count T.S. Eliot, Conrad Aiken, and Norman Mailer among its members and e.e. cummings, Jack Kerouac, and Tom Wolfe as contributors to its pages. A quarterly magazine, The Advocate‘s mission is to publish the best art, fiction, poetry, and prose that the Harvard undergraduate community offers.”


Hawai'i Pacific University

          Wanderlust- Campus Journal

Wanderlust

“HPU’s student literary magazine features short stories, nonfiction essays, and poetry by undergraduates from all over the university. All selections are chosen and edited by students who enroll in WRI 3391—a course offered each fall term. In addition to giving students a venue for publishing their own creative work, the magazine gives students an opportunity to gain editorial experience.”

          Hawai’i Pacific Review- Any Writer

Hawai’i Pacific Review

“Hawai`i Pacific Review is the literary magazine of Hawai`i Pacific University. It features poetry and prose by authors from Hawai`i, the mainland, and around the world. HPR was started as a print annual in 1987. In 2013, it began to publish exclusively . Pieces from the magazine have earned Best of the Net Awards and Pushcart Prizes. HPR publishes work on a rolling basis. Poems, stories, and essays are posted one piece at a time, several times a month. All contents are archived on the site.”

Hendrix College- Campus Journal

The Aonian

“The Aonian is Hendrix College’s annual literary magazine; it exclusively publishes student work and is operated by students. The Aonian publishes works of prose, poetry, nonfiction, photography, and visual art. Highly regarded and award winning, the Aonian is one of the best outlets for creativity in Hendrix students.”

Hobart and William Smith College- Any Writer

Seneca Review 

“Seneca Review, founded in 1970 by James Crenner  and Ira Sadoff, is published twice yearly, spring and fall, by Hobart and William Smith Colleges Press.

Distributed internationally, the magazine’s emphasis is poetry, and the editors have a special interest in translations of contemporary poetry from around the world.”

Hofstra University- Campus Journal

The New FONT 

“The Hofstra English Society publishes The New FONT, Hofstra’s student literature and art magazine featuring student prose, poetry, plays, essays, illustrations, graphic design, and photography.”

Humboldt State University- Any Writer

Toyon

“Toyon Multilingual Journal of Literature and Art at Humboldt State University is a student-run platform for voices in written or spoken word and art. Toyon recognizes diversity across disciplines, cultures, and regional boundaries with an emphasis on inclusivity, intersectionality, and multilingualism. Our journal promotes environmental and social justice, both in our content and our practices. We prioritize the use of sustainably sourced paper and toxic-free printing in our pursuit of literary and artistic excellence.”

Hunter College- Campus Journal

The Olivetree Review

“Established in 1983, the Olivetree Review is Hunter College’s student-run undergraduate art and literary journal. The OTR is published every semester, and features art and writing primarily from Hunter undergraduate students. The magazine is distributed for free among the Hunter community.”

Idaho State University- Campus Journal

Black Rock & Sage

“Black Rock & Sage is a journal of creative works published annually through the Department of English and Philosophy of Idaho State University with assistance from the Art and Music Departments. The senior and assistant editors are ISU graduate and undergraduate students with interests in creative writing, professional writing, journalism, and teaching. All artistic contributions, from design to literature to music, have been produced by graduate and undergraduate students in departments from across the university.”

Illinois State University- Any Writer

Euphemism 

“Euphemism is a creative arts journal edited and produced by Illinois State University students with interests in publication studies and creative arts. We publish two issues every year, along with special issues. Our goal is to publish all kinds of creative work, including poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, visual art, experimental sound, spoken word, videos, and original music. We accept submissions from Illinois State University students and other artists around the world.”

Indiana University of Pennsylvania- Campus Journal

New Growth Arts Review

“New Growth Arts Review (NGAR) is a literary and arts magazine run by students of Indiana University of Pennsylvania. NGAR is published yearly and features the prose, poetry, art, and photography of our university’s creative community.”

Iowa State University- Any Writer

Flyway 

“Based out of Iowa State University, Flyway: Journal of Writing & Environment is an online journal publishing poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and visual art that explores the many complicated facets of the word environment – whether rural, urban, or suburban; whether built or wild – and all its social and political implications.  We accept submissions from October 1 to May 1 of each year, except for visual art, which we accept year-round.

In addition to publishing issues on a rolling schedule, Flyway sponsors a yearly Sweet Corn Prize in Poetry and Fiction and a Notes from the Field Nonfiction Award.  We also welcome submissions from visual artists.

We are interested in work that explores the intersection of human experience and the environment, broadly interpreted: work that focuses on ecology, science and the environmental imagination, certainly, but also work that focuses on place, on natural and built environments, and on the ways that people interact with their environments. We are looking for work that surprises, moves, haunts, or affects the reader in some significant way.

We encourage and welcome submissions from diverse voices and under-represented populations, including — but not limited to — international authors, people of color, members of the LGBTQ+ community, those with disabilities, and the elderly. Authors of all walks of life should feel encouraged to send us stories, poems, essays, and art celebrating the diverse characters and settings all around us.”

John Carroll University- Campus Journal

The John Carroll Review

“For a literary journal published only twice a year, The John Carroll Review generates a lot of discussion. Maybe that’s because it’s staffed by students, edited by students, and most important, filled with the poetry, short fiction, essays, and artwork of students.”

Johnson State University

          Pamplemousse- Campus Journal

Pamplemousse

“Pamplemousse, formerly known as The Gihon River Review, published annually, was founded in the fall of 2001 as a production of the BFA program at Nothern Vermont University. Starting in the Fall of 2010, its production became based in a Literary Publishing class offered at the college by the BFA program, conducted by Professors Elizabeth A.I. Powell and Jensen Beach. Pamplemousse publishes high quality, forward thinking, innovative, and well-crafted writing in many genres and styles.”

          Green Mountain Review- Any Writer

Green Mountains Review

“Green Mountains Review, based at Northern Vermont University, is an award-winning literary magazine publishing poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, literary essays, interviews, and book reviews by both well-known writers and promising newcomers.”

Kansas State University- Community Journal

Touchstone 

“Like its namesake, Touchstone Magazine selects the ‘gold’ in literary work by graduate and undergraduate students. Touchstone is Kansas State University’s student-edited literary arts magazine, published annually each Spring by the College of Arts and Sciences with assistance from the KSU Creative Writing Faculty, the KSU Fine Arts Council, and the KSU English Department.

In 1975 Touchstone, Kansas State University’s literary magazine, was established to serve as a standard of excellence, presenting the best creative writing from our undergraduates."

Knox College

          Catch- National Journal

Catch

“Published by Knox College, Catch has been an undergraduate magazine for more than 100 years, making it the oldest continuously published literary journal in the country. Catch is entirely run by Knox students, from the submitters to the editors and designers. All content, including layout and design, is original undergraduate student work.

Catch is historically a literary magazine, but in our pages your will find all forms of creative writing, as well as film, science, technology, visual art and music—in short, we covet anything (everything) you are generous enough to share with us. We hope to receive and have been privileged to publish creations by and about diverse identities and perspectives, but we are always seeking to broaden our horizons.”

             Cellar Door- Community Journal

Cellar Door

“A relatively new publication on campus, Cellar Door began in 2006, and issues aim to include not only student work but also that of professors and a well-known writer from the literary world outside of Knox. Kevin Stein, the Poet Laureate of Illinois wrote for the first issue. Hannah Tinti and Michael Martone have lent their words to later issues.”

          Quiver- Campus Journal

Quiver

“Quiver began as an online publication focusing on just three genres: children’s literature, humor, and speculative fiction.  Quiver is one of the student-run literary magazines on campus that highlights and celebrates genre fiction. Established in 2006 by students and Professor Robin Metz, Quiver began as an online publication it has opened up the magazine for all genres — romance, comedy, drama, and more.

In its original form, Quiver was divided into three zinelets: Diminished Capacities (humor), The Third Level (science fiction), and Wynken, Blynken, and Nod (children’s lit). In the interest of expanding the range of genres Quiver publishes, it has since been turned into a single magazine. Quiver ran its first print issue in 2013, and since then, the magazine has published two print issues a year.

Quiver emphasizes the important place genre fiction has both within the Knox literary community and in the larger literary world. Events such as monthly writing gatherings, genre-based professor and author talks, and fun-filled release parties create a space on campus for genre fiction.”

Lamar University- Campus Journal

Pulse

“Edited by students and reviewed by faculty, Pulse Literary Magazine‘s annual publications showcase student’s poetry, fiction, and academic essays.”

Lawrence College- Campus Journal

Tropos

“Tropos is a student publication of art, original literature, and creative works of the Lawrence University community. Each piece is selected by the Tropos Literary Review Board, a student organization dedicated to providing a space for the publication of student works.”

Lewis & Clark College- Campus Journal

The Literary Review

“Published annually, and run entirely by Lewis and Clark students, The Literary Review provides creative writers with a hands-on process — in generating submissions, in working on an editorial board, and in laying out a magazine.”

Lewis University- Community Journal

Windows Fine Arts Magazine

“Only original, unpublished works from Students, Faculty, Staff, and Alumni are eligible for this competition in the categories of writing and art.”

Lock Haven University- Campus Journal

The Crucible

“The Crucible is Lock Haven University’s literary/arts journal.  A variety of original student work can be found in the annual publication, and every student is encouraged to contribute.”

Loras College

          Catfish Creek- National Journal

Catfish Creek

“Catfish Creek, the national undergraduate literary journal of Loras College, is intended as a showcase for undergraduate writers from across the country and around the world. We welcome submissions of fiction, poetry, and literary nonfiction.”

          The Limestone Review- Campus Journal

The Limestone Review

“Loras College has a rich tradition of literary/scholarly student publications. The Spokesman ran from 1903-1970. In 1974 the College’s literary tradition was revived with the first annual issue of Outlet. The year 1985 saw the initiation of another student publication then called Loras College Delta Epsilon Sigma All-College Writing, later to be renamed Alpha.

In 2010, Outlet and Alpha merged to become The Limestone Review, co-sponsored by the English Program and Delta Epsilon Sigma.”

Louisiana State University- Community Journal

Delta

“We seek to inspire creativity and annually publish creative works of the highest caliber in poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and visual art in the LSU community.”

Loyola University, New Orleans

           New Orleans Review- Any Writer

New Orleans Review

“A journal of contemporary literature and culture, New Orleans Review is a publication of the Department of English at Loyola University New Orleans, and is partially funded by the Kendall Michelle Daigle Memorial Endowment for English.

Since its founding in 1968, the journal has published an eclectic variety of work by established and emerging writers…”

           Revisions- Campus Journal

Revisions

“Revisions is Loyola’s student literary arts journal, founded in 1988, it offers students a venue to publish their creative writing and visual arts and an opportunity to gain hands on experience in editing and publishing. Students not only provide the all content for the journal but take responsibility for every step of its production. A student staff, open to all majors, evaluates and selects from student submissions of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, scripts, screenplays, visual arts, etc. Graphic design students create the cover and interior layout for the issue. The student editors gain valuable administrative/financial experience through requesting budget allocations from the Student Government Association and doing business with a professional printer.”


Lycoming College

           Brilliant Corners- Any Writer

Brilliant Corners

“We publish a great range of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction by writers such as Whitney Balliett, Amiri Baraka, Hayden Carruth, Wanda Coleman, Billy Collins, Jayne Cortez, Stephen Dunn, Gary Giddins, Yusef Komunyakaa, Philip Levine, Clarence Major, William Matthews, Colleen McElroy, Al Young, and Paul Zimmer.”

            Tributary- Campus Journal

Tributary

“Our college literary magazine, The Tributary, is run by our students and features student writing, as well as art. (The faculty advisor, Dr. G.W. Hawkes, oversees production as minimally as possible.) Those who serve as its staff learn important lessons about deadlines and dividing quality from friendship; the experience also provides important opportunities for those going on to graduate school and teaching careers. Graduating creative writing majors often keep The Tributary as a marker of their formative years.”


Lynchburg College- Campus Journal

The Prism

“Our annual literary collection of student creativity.”


Marshall University- Campus Journal

Et Cetera

“Founded in 1953, Et Cetera is an annual literary magazine that publishes the creative writing and artwork of Marshall University students and affiliates. Et Cetera is free to the Marshall University community.

Et Cetera welcomes submissions in literary and film criticism, poetry, short stories, drama, all types of creative non-fiction, photography, and art.”


Marymount Manhattan- Campus Journal

The Carson Review 

“The mark of a thriving undergraduate creative writing program is in the eminence of its student literary magazine: The Carson Review is Marymount Manhattan College’s creative writing journal, published once a year in the spring.”


Marymount University- Campus Journal

Magnificat

“Magnificat is an annual journal of undergraduate nonfiction writing, published by Marymount Unversity’s English Department.”

Mary Baldwin University- National Journal

Outrageous Fortune

“Outrageous Fortune is the first literary magazine created for undergraduates by undergraduates. It was begun by a group of students at Mary Baldwin University, where its headquarters are still situated.We publish undergraduate writing and art, and we feature the creative work of Mary Baldwin graduates in some of our pages.”

Massachusetts Institue of Technology- Community Journal

Rune

“Established in 1974, Rune is the official literary and art magazine of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. We receive hundreds of submissions every year and publish about 50 artists and writers each year in our annual journal.

At Rune, our mission is to shatter the stereotypes that engineers and scientists can’t be artists and writers by showing the world just what MIT students are capable of.”

Mercer University- Community Journal

The Dulcimer

“The Dulcimer is Mercer University’s literary arts magazine. Since 1966, we have annually published submissions of art and literature by students, faculty, and alumni.”

Mercyhurst University-Campus Journal

Lumen

“Lumen is Mercyhurst’s student arts magazine. Once a journal for creative writing, Lumen has evolved into an interactive multimedia format combining visual art, music, dance, poetry and fiction. Entirely student produced, Lumen has received many awards for its content and design.”


Miami University- Campus Journal

Inklings

“Inklings is an undergraduate literary magazine at Miami University. We release one Fall and one Spring issue. Our mission is to publish the best undergraduate art and writing at Miami. Our submission process is selective, but yields a magazine full of innovative and high quality poetry, prose, creative nonfiction, photography, painting, sculpture and digital design.”

 

Middlebury College- Any Writer

New England Review

“By publishing new fiction, poetry, and nonfiction that is both challenging and inviting, New England Review encourages artistic exchange and thought-provoking innovation, providing publishing opportunities for writers at all stages in their careers.

The selection of writings in each issue presents a broad spectrum of viewpoints and genres, including traditional and experimental fiction, long and short poems, translations, criticism, travel writing, essays on the arts and literature, and rediscoveries. New England Review exists in a place apart from mass culture, where speed and information overload are the norm. At NER, serious writing is given serious attention, from the painstaking selection process through careful editing and publication, where finally the writer’s words meet up with a curious and dedicated readership.”


Millsaps College- Campus Journal

The Stylus

“The Stylus is the student‐run annual arts & literary magazine of Millsaps College.

We accept submissions of short fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, visual art, and photography for our print publication.”


Mississippi University for Women- Campus Journal

 The Dilettanti

“…This is a magazine produced by and for the students of MUW. Student editors are chosen each year, and submissions are solicited from current students.”


Missouri Southern State University- Campus Journal

bordertown

“Students interested in literary and artistic creations are encouraged to submit their works to bordertown (successor to The Winged Lion) an annual creative arts magazine with a student editorial staff.

The magazine, published every spring semester, has been the recipient of the Associated Collegiate Press’s All-American rating for several years and has also received the ACP’s Pacemaker Award. The new bordertown added another honor to this distinguished list, awarded 2nd place in its category in its first year of existence.” 

Missouri Western State University- National Journal

The Mochila Review

“The Mochila Review is an annual international undergraduate journal published with support from the English and Modern Languages department at Missouri Western State University. Our goal is to publish the best short stories, poems, and essays from the next generation of important authors: student writers. Our staff, comprised primarily of undergraduate students, understands the publishing challenges that emerging writers face and is committed to helping talented students gain wider audiences in the pages of The Mochila Review and on our website.”

Montgomery College

          Potomac Review- Any Writer

Potomac Review  

“Rooted in the nation’s capital’s suburbs, Potomac Review is the antidote to the scripted republic that surrounds it. By taking on D.C.’s values of international inclusion, Potomac Review looks out into the world from its lush Potomac River basin, collecting and absorbing the world’s literary diversity. Potomac Review seeks literature from emerging as well as established writers around the globe to facilitate in the literary conversation.”

          The Red Jacket- Campus Journal

The Red Jacket 

“We seek for the most talented writers, poets, artists, and photographers in Montgomery College and encourage them to publish their work. We are here to prove that Montgomery College students are great creative forces, deep thinkers, and conscious citizens of the world concerned with current issues. The Red Jacket features short works of fiction, poetry, personal essays, and artwork by the most talented students attending MC’s Rockville campus. We also provide students with opportunities to publish or to experience publication, editing and management. The Red Jacket is the artistic voice of Montgomery College’s Rockville campus and it is published in our annual journal.”


Morehead State University- Campus Journal

Inscape 

“Inscape is a literary and visual arts journal produced by Morehead State University students.”


Nassau Community College- Campus Journal

Luna

“The Creative Writing Club is a student club that runs writing workshops, attends conferences, and publishes the award-winning student literary magazine Luna.”


The New School- Campus Journal

12th Street 

“12th Street began in the 1940s and was relaunched in 2008. In 2011, 12th Street won the Director’s Prize award for both design and content at the annual Association of Writers and Writing Programs conference (AWP). The journal was relaunched, published and sold at Barnes & Noble in the spring of 2008. 12th Street is produced annually by students enrolled in the Riggio Honors Program: Writing and Democracy.

The Riggio Program is designed to offer an innovative and comprehensive literary education. The program is a curriculum of writing workshops (fiction, nonfiction, poetry) and literature seminars, culminating in a thesis project. In addition, an ongoing series of public readings, literary forums, lectures, symposiums and panel discussions add depth to the program. Scholarships are available for Riggio Honors students.

The program creates and fosters a cohesive community of undergraduate writers through regular student readings and other peer group activities, including 12th Street, edited and published by New School undergraduates.”


New York University- Campus Journal

West 10th 

“West 10th is a student-edited literary journal for all NYU undergraduates.”

Northeastern University- Community Journal

Spectrum

“Spectrum Literary Arts Magazine is dedicated to showcasing the unique and extraordinary talents of the Northeastern University community. Each issue includes a wide variety of original creative material submitted by Northeastern students, faculty, and alumni. ”

Northern Michigan University- Any Writer

Passages North

“Passages North, the annual literary journal sponsored by Northern Michigan University, has published short fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction since 1979.”

Northwest Missouri State University- Any Writer

The Laurel Review

“The Laurel Review is a biannual print magazine seeking submissions of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, script, review, and those that blur the lines between genres. We seek both established and new voices in the writing world, and we are especially interested in writing by those whose identities have been historically under-represented. Submitters living outside of the United States are encouraged to submit. Translations in various genres are also of interest.”


Nova Southeastern University- Campus Journal

Digressions​

“Digressions Literary and Art Journal is the student-run literary journal sponsored by the Department of Writing and Communication in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.”

Oakland University- National Journal

The Oakland Arts Review

“The Oakland Arts Review (OAR) is an annual journal published through Oakland University in Rochester Hills, Michigan. The OAR is dedicated to the publication and advancement of literature written by undergraduate students from across the United States and around the world. We publish fiction, poetry, essays, comics, and screenplay excerpts, as well as artwork. Because we believe that undergraduate students have much to contribute to the literary world, it is our mission to provide a platform for this generation’s emerging writers and, in so doing, create a journal that is of both high artistic quality and great literary significance to readers from all backgrounds.”

Ohio State University- National Undergrad Journal  

Asterism

"Asterism is an undergraduate literary journal is housed at The Ohio State University Lima campus and is edited by undergraduates. Previously called The Hog Creek Review, it has been in continuous circulation since 2007, publishing works by Ohio State Lima students and area high school students. In 2016, we made the decision to seek submissions from undergraduates from across the United States and beyond. We are dedicated to encouraging and promoting new writers."

Ohio University- Campus Journal

Sphere

“Sphere Magazine is Ohio University’s only undergraduate literary magazine, publishing student fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art. The student organization is run by students, for students.

The magazine features short stories, essays and poems written by Ohio University students.”

Ohio Northern University- National Journal

Polaris

“Polaris is the annual undergraduate journal of arts and literature at Ohio Northern University. First published in 1958, the magazine has captured the creative talents of undergraduate students for over fifty years.

Polaris publishes in the categories of fiction, nonfiction, poetry and visual art. We want to see the best that the undergraduate student has to offer and showcase the unique voice of the developing and emerging writer.”

Oklahoma City University- Campus Journal

The Scarab

“The Scarab anthology of OKCU students’ writing and art, includes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, as well as photography and other art. Published annually by OKCU’s chapter of the international English honor society Sigma Tau Delta, The Scarab won the society’s 2003 award for best literary anthology in the nation. All OKCU students are invited to submit short fiction, nonfiction, poetry and art to The Scarab, OKCU’s annual literary/art magazine.”

 

Oklahoma State University- Any Writer

Cimarron Review

“One of the oldest quarterlies in the nation, Cimarron Review publishes work by writers at all stages of their careers, including Pulitzer prize winners, writers appearing in the Best American Series and the Pushcart anthologies, and winners of national book contests. Since 1967, Cimarron has showcased poetry, fiction, and nonfiction with a wide-ranging aesthetic. Our editors seek the bold and the ruminative, the sensitive and the shocking, but above all they seek imagination and truth-telling, the finest stories, poems, and essays from working writers across the country and around the world.”


Otterbein University- Campus Journal

Quiz & Quill

“Quiz & Quill is Otterbein’s student literary organization. Our spring magazine and chapbooks have featured the best poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, dramatic writing, and art by Otterbein students since 1919. We also manage submissions for the annual Quiz & Quill Writing Awards and host numerous open mics, readings, and workshops throughout the school year.”

 

Pace University, Pleasantville- Community Journal

Vox

“Vox Arts & Literary Magazine, the Pace University, Westchester, student-run literary magazine accepts submissions of quality poetry, fiction, non-fiction, artwork and photography. Work from any Pace University student, faculty or staff member and alumni is eligible for consideration.”

Pacific University- Any Writer

Silk Road Review

“Silk Road Review: A Literary Crossroads publishes vibrant, well-crafted fiction, nonfiction, essays, poetry, one-act plays, translations, first chapters, and artwork that explore human dynamics and social transformations that occur in a particular place—an Internet chat room, a school in Africa, an American home, or any story-rich location in the world.

We are especially interested in works exploring diversity, migration, immigration, and otherwise internationally relevant writing that focuses on the idea of unity while also emphasizing the richness of individual cultures, the myriad of ways of being human in this world, and the importance of empathy, inclusion, and humanization.  While we look for voices of the “unheard,” we are drawn to any pieces that explore both human differences and togetherness.  Silk Road is also committed to publishing pieces featuring the perspectives of gender fluidity, sexuality, and intersectionality as a whole.”


Palomar College- Campus Journal

Bravura

“Established in 1964, Bravura is an award-winning literary journal that features the prose, poetry, and visual art of Palomar College students. Published every May, each issue of Bravura is produced by the student writers and editors who enroll in English 137: The Literary Magazine – History and Production (offered only during the spring semester). These students produce a high-quality literary journal that is funded by student fees, the English Department, and the President’s Associates. Many of the editors and writers featured in Bravura have gone on to be published elsewhere and have enrolled in graduate programs in English, creative writing, and book publishing.”

 

Pasadena City College- Community Journal

Inscape 

“Inscape is the Pasadena City College student literary magazine. The print issue appears in the Spring of each year. PCC Students edit the literary magazine, market the magazine, design the magazine, and put it into print. Submissions are currently open to PCC Students, Faculty, Staff, Alumni, and Community members. The aesthetic changes regularly according to the staff, which makes the print issues a vital emblem of Pasadena City College.”


Penn State University- Campus Journal

Kalliope

“Kalliope, Penn State’s undergraduate literary magazine, is sponsored by the Penn State English Department. The name “Kalliope” is derived from the Greek muse of epic poetry. As one of the nine muses of the arts and sciences, Kalliope was called on by early Greek writers and artists for inspiration.

The magazine is produced by a student staff and is supervised by faculty adviser Alison Jaenicke. The purpose of Kalliope is to further the ideals of free and open literary expression by establishing a writing community.  It also provides a literary outlet through the publication of student work, public readings, and lectures.

Kalliope includes works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual art. The selection process begins late in the fall semester and ends early in the spring semester. This period is followed by the production process, in which the staff designs and assembles the magazine. The resulting publication is printed and distributed before the end of the academic year.”


Penn State University, Altoona- Campus Journal

Hard Freight

“Hard Freight is Penn State Altoona’s literary arts magazine, combining the best student writing in nonfiction, fiction, and poetry, with stunning visual art. The magazine’s name refers to Altoona’s long history with the railroad industry and its culture. Hard Freight is edited and produced by Penn State Altoona students, and students may register for English 209 to receive credit for this experience.”


Pepperdine University- Campus Journal

Expressionists

“Expressionists is Pepperdine’s student-run undergraduate literary and arts magazine. The magazine has been published since the early 1970s. Our annual is released late in the Spring semester and is celebrated with a gala event. Each issue will include a combination of poetry, short fiction, creative nonfiction, short plays, short screenplays, or art.”


Portland Community College- Campus Journal

Alchemy

“Alchemy, a magazine of student writing and art, is published annually as a class project by the students of Writing 246 and Writing 249, Advanced Creative Writing: Editing and Publishing I and II, at the Sylvania Campus.”


Pratt University- Campus Journal

Ubiquitous

“For over thirty years, Ubiquitous has been Pratt’s student-run art and literary magazine. Published twice per school year and distributed for free around campus, Ubiquitous features an array of student artwork and writing from across genres, mediums, and majors. All current Pratt students are welcome to submit. Our staff meets a handful of times each semester to vote on content and design the magazine.”


Princeton University- Campus Journal

The Nassau Literary Review

“The Nassau Literary Review is the second oldest undergraduate literary magazine in the nation and the oldest student publication at Princeton University.

Since 1842, the Lit has been an integral part of the Princeton artistic tradition, providing a forum for student writers, poets, and artists. It was in our pages that many of Princeton’s most celebrated alumni — including F. Scott Fitzgerald, Galway Kinnell, and Jonathan Safran Foer, among others — first published their work, and we continue to seek out the best literary and artistic talents on campus today.

The Lit seeks to inspire and develop the literary community in Princeton and beyond, both by publishing high-quality fiction, poetry, essays, and art, as well as by hosting events and coordinating activities with the other arts groups on campus.”

Prescott College- Any Writer

Alligator Juniper

“Alligator Juniper is an award-winning national literary magazine published by the Arts & Letters program at Prescott College and featuring contemporary poetry, fiction, & creative nonfiction. We encourage submissions from writers at all levels, emerging, early-career, and established.”

Ramapo University- Campus Journal

Trillium 

“Trillium is Ramapo College’s Literary Magazine. Since the early 1970’s, Trillium has featured the poetry, fiction, photography, and other visual arts of Ramapo College Students…

Trillium, Ramapo’s literary magazine, has been written, designed, and published by Ramapo’s students for over 40 years.”

Randolph-Macon College- Campus Journal

Stylus

“The Stylus publishes the prose, poetry, photography, and artwork of R-MC students and faculty. Our mission is to showcase the creative talents of RMC’s writers and artists and to provide a space where individuals interested in writing, reading, and editing can connect with like-minded peers and work together to produce the magazine published each spring.”


Rhode Island College- Campus Journal

Shoreline

“Shoreline, a magazine of literature and the arts, is the creative voice and pulse of Rhode Island College. Our goal is to publish and promote a collection of short fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, visual arts, and photography that represents the artistic energies unique to the students of Rhode Island College.”


Rhodes College- Campus Journal

The Southwestern Review

“The Southwestern Review strives to bring together the diverse voices of our student body. We seek to publish work that inspires original thought, community-building, and support for creative expression.”


Rice University- Campus Journal

R2: The Rice Review

“R2: The Rice Review is the award-winning literary journal of Rice University. We publish the best poetry, prose, and art produced by Rice undergraduate students, as well as interviews with renowned authors. We also hope to foster a creative writing environment at Rice by hosting on-campus literary events like Open-Mic Night and off-campus outings to see visiting authors in Houston. The journal was founded in 2004 by creative writing professor and author Justin Cronin and is published once annually, in the spring.”

Robert Morris University- Community Journal

Rune

“As a peer-reviewed university literary journal, Rune promotes creative excellence, the joy of personal expression, and a sense of community by publishing and presenting original literary and graphic works of high quality from the Robert Morris University family and in the Pittsburgh region, and by sponsoring readings, websites, and other forms of media outreach.”

Roger Williams University- National Journal

roger

“roger contributes to the tradition of literary journals by publishing fresh and energetic poetry and prose by established and emerging writers, both nationally and internationally. Recently published writers include Andrea Holland, Ann Hood, Cecilia Woloch, Dawn Potter, Denise Duhamel, Gabriel Spera, Genine Lentine, Joseph Hurka, K. A. Hays, Leigh Anne Couch, Maura Stanton, Michael Gizzi, Nance Van Winckel, Paul Guest, Rick Campbell, Steve Almond, Steven Church, Stuart Dischell, Tom Chandler, and Travis Mulhauser.” 

 

Rowan University- Campus Journal

Avant

“Avant Literary Magazine is student run and published and features poetry, prose, photography and artwork from Rowan Undergraduate students.”

Saginaw Valley State University- Any Writer

Cardinal Sins

“Cardinal Sins publishes work from writers and artists all around the world. It is a student-run literary arts journal based out of Saginaw Valley State University in Michigan.”

Saint Louis University- National Journal

Kiln 

“Kiln publishes original fiction, non-fiction, and poetry.”

 

Saint Mary’s College

          The Avenue- Campus Journal

The Avenue

“The Avenue is a literary magazine comprised of student writing published bi-annually in both the fall and spring semesters of each school year.”

           Chimes- Community Journal

Chimes

“Chimes is an annual student-run literary and art magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and artwork.”


Salem College- Campus Journal

Incunabula 

“We are Salem College’s Incunabula. We focus on student work, which we publish in our literary magazine, and host monthly Open Mic Nights for the public.”


Salisbury University- Campus Journal

Scarab

“Scarab has been a student-run journal of creative writing on the Salisbury University campus for over 25 years. This year the magazine has expanded its focus to all the liberal arts.

In its new incarnation, Scarab Liberal Arts Magazine is committed to publishing Salisbury University’s best student writing and art, as well as highlighting student work in the disciplines of Music, Theater, and Dance.”


San Francisco State University- Campus Journal

Transfer

“Transfer is San Francisco State’s student-run literary magazine featuring poetry, fiction, drama, creative nonfiction and art by SFSU students. Each semester, the undergraduate staff taking CW 640  discusses and selects student submissions for publication.

Often the breakthrough publication for San Francisco State’s emerging writers, Transfer has featured authors who have gone on to become well-established, such as Anne Rice and Ernest Gaines, and to become faculty at our school, such as Brian Thorstenson, Nona Caspers, and Truong Tran.”

 

San Jose State University- Any Writer

Reed

“Reed Magazine is honored to feature the works of emerging authors alongside notable pieces by literary lions: nonfiction by Pulitzer Prize-winner William Finnegan, verse by U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Hass, fiction by PEN/Faulkner-winner T.C. Boyle and National Book Award-winner Ursula K. Le Guin. In addition we publish original profiles of authors connected to the Golden State, examining their take on life and art.

Reed is California’s oldest literary journal. Tracing its heritage to 1867, the magazine started as a mere pamphlet published by students of the California State Normal School, the precursor of San José State University.

In more than a century and a half of  publication, the journal’s name evolved until the end of World War II. Then in 1948 we adopted The Reed, which was later shortened to just Reed, the title we have proudly held ever since.”


Sarah Lawrence College

          Dark Phrases- Campus Journal

Dark Phrases

“An annual literary publication featuring the artistic work of students, faculty, and staff of color. Submissions include poetry, prose, short stories, and art.”

           Sarah Lawrence Literary Review- Community Journal

The Sarah Lawrence Literary Review 

“A publication showcasing the exemplary talent of the Sarah Lawrence writing community. The Review publishes a wide range of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and visual art.”


Seattle Pacific University

          Image- National Journal

Image

“Image was founded in 1989 to demonstrate the continued vitality and diversity of contemporary art and literature that engage with the religious traditions of Western culture. Now one of the leading literary journals published in English, it is read all over the world—and forms the nexus of a warm and active community.

We believe that the great art that has emerged from these faith traditions is dramatic, not didactic—incarnational, not abstract. And so our focus has been on works of imagination that embody a spiritual struggle, like Jacob wrestling with the angel. In our pages the larger questions of existence intersect with what the poet Albert Goldbarth calls the ‘greasy doorknobs and salty tearducts’ of our everyday lives.” ​

          Lingua- Campus Journal

Lingua

“Lingua is SPU’s annual student literary magazine. Under the direction of a faculty advisor, students design, edit, and publish the magazine.”

 

Seton Hill University- Any Writer

Eye Contact

“Eye Contact is Seton Hill University’s award-winning art and literary magazine.”

Shippensburg University- Campus Journal

Reflector

“The Reflector is the annual Undergraduate Arts Journal financed by the Student Government Association of Shippensburg University. We accept works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, interviews, and artwork year-round.”


Slippery Rock University- National Journal

SLAB

“SLAB is a university-based literary magazine and our reading period is August 1 to November 1. Any submissions outside this reading period will most likely languish until the magazine starts up again in autumn.

We seek on-the-cusp poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and text-based graphic art. We do not publish religious or children’s stories. The best way to see what we publish is to view content of our past issues in our archives.”

 

Southern Oklahoma State University- Community Journal

Westview

“Westview is published semiannually by the Language Arts Department of Southwestern Oklahoma State University. Publications include previously unpublished fiction, poetry, prose poems, nonfiction and artwork.”

Southwest Minnesota State University- Community Journal

Perceptions

“Perceptions is Southwest Minnesota State University’s student literary and arts journal which publishes fiction, non-fiction, poetry, drama, and art. We accept submissions from current students, faculty, staff, and alumni.”

Stanford University- Campus Journal

Leland Quarterly

“Leland Quarterly: A Statement on Literature, Culture, Art, and Politics is the ink-and-paper home of Stanford art and writing. Our mission is to produce a quality arts and literature magazine that showcases the superlative talents of the Stanford community. We like to mix the fun with the scholarly, the abstract with the concrete, and we like to present all that in an attractive glossy magazine.”

 

St. Andrews University- Community Journal

Gravity Hill

“‘Gravity Hill is a student-run literary journal that is published annually in the spring,’ said Dr. Ted Wojtasik, faculty advisor for the publication. ‘The journal was created to showcase work by St. Andrews students, faculty, alumni, staff, and friends of the University.’

The editorial board welcomes poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, one-act plays, photographs, and artwork.

Gravity Hill is named after the local legend of the car accident at the intersection of Stewartsville Cemetery and Old Maxton Roads where a woman and her child were killed by an 18-wheeler and where, today, if you stop your car and put it in neutral, the two ghosts will push your car up the hill out of harm’s way.”

St. Cloud State University

          Kaleidoscope- Campus Journal

Kaleidoscope

“Kaleidoscope is St. Cloud State University’s publication focusing on multicuturalism and diversity.”

          Upper Mississippi Harvest- Campus Journal

The Upper Mississippi Harvest

“The Upper Mississippi Harvest Literary and Art Magazine has been edited and produced annually by students through the English Department for more than 30 years. Harvest features poetry, short fiction, nonfiction and drama writing, photography, art and comic works by students at St. Cloud State.”


St. Edward’s University

Sorin Oak

“The Sorin Oak Review, published annually in print, is an established arts and literary journal at St. Edward’s.”


Stephen F. Austin State University- National Journal

REAL: Regarding Arts and Letters

“REAL: Regarding Arts & Letters was founded in 1968 as an academic journal which occasionally published poetry. Now, it is an international creative magazine dedicated to publishing the best contemporary fiction, poetry, and nonfiction.”

 

Stetson University- Campus Journal

Touchstone

“Touchstone is Stetson University’s annual literary magazine; it functions as a vehicle for student expression, publishing original pieces of fine art, literature, music, digital media and performance art regardless of the author’s major, class, standing or academic experience. Touchstone prints the best of student submissions, decided by committee; special recognition may be awarded to students whose work in their genre is deemed exceptional by the editing team.”


Susquehanna University

           Susquehanna Review- National Journal

Susquehanna Review

“Susquehanna Review 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. We want to showcase the talent and maturity of today’s undergraduate student writers and artists.”

           Essay Magazine- Campus Journal

Essay Magazine

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

           Rivercraft- Campus Journal

RiverCraft

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

           Sanctuary- Campus Journal

Sanctuary

“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.”

Sweet Briar College- Campus Journal

Red Clay

“Red Clay is a student-run literary organization that seeks to foster an appreciation for the literary arts at Sweet Briar.

Red Clay publishes student writing and artwork — online, in magazine format, in broadsides, in creative flyers and even chalked on sidewalks around campus.”


Taylor University- Campus Journal

Parnassus 

“Named after a mountain in Greece where the nine muses are believed to live, Parnassus is Taylor’s official literary magazine.

Each year a group of students produces the magazine, selecting original poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and artwork from the Taylor community.”


Temple University- Campus Journal

Hyphen

“Hyphen Literary and Arts Magazine is Temple University’s only undergraduate literary magazine. We were founded in 2000 by Jena Osman, with the mission of providing Temple students with an outlet to showcase their creative skills. Every year, we are proud to present a new round of the best of student writing and art.”

 

Texas State University- Community Journal

Persona

“Persona is the literary and arts magazine of Texas State University. We are published annually through the Department of English.”


Texas Tech University- Campus Journal

Harbinger

“The student-run literary journal of Texas Tech University that publishes undergraduate art, fiction, nonfiction, plays, and poetry.”

University of Alaska- Any Writer

Permafrost

“Located at 64° 50′ N (198 miles from the Arctic Circle), Permafrost Magazine is the farthest north literary journal for writing and the arts. We’re proud of Permafrost’s forty years as interior Alaska’s foremost literary magazine.  Founded in 1977, Permafrost is housed at the University of Alaska Fairbanks MFA program, and run by dedicated creative writing graduate students. We publish a winter print issue as well as a spring online issue, both of which feature compelling poetry, fiction, and literary nonfiction by established writers and new voices alike. In Alaska, our unique environment shapes our perspective, but Permafrost seeks original voices from all over the world.” 

University of Alabama- Campus Journal

dewpoint

“dewpoint is run by the Phi Xi chapter of the Sigma Tau Delta English Honors Society. We aim to publish the best creative prose, poetry and critical work from undergraduate students at UA.”

University of Arkansas, Monticello- Any Writer

The Foliate Oak 

“We love previously unpublished quirky writing that makes sense, preferably flash fiction (less than 1000 words). We are eager to read short creative nonfiction also. We rarely accept submissions that have over 2700 words. We enjoy poems that we understand, preferably not rhyming poems, unless you make the rhyme so fascinating we’ll wonder why we ever said anything about avoiding rhymes. Give us something fresh, unexpected, and will make us say, ‘Wow!’ We’re not interested in homophobic, religious rants, or pornographic, violent stories.”

University of California, Los Angeles- Any Writer

Westwind

“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.”

University of California, Santa Cruz

          Chinquapin- Campus Journal

Chinquapin

“Chinquapin is UCSC’s longest-running student-run literary magazine, annually publishing student submissions of poetry, fiction, prose, photography and visual art. We offer students a space to learn about editing, graphic design and publishing.”
          Matchbox Magazine- Campus Journal

Matchbox Magazine

“Matchbox Magazine is a student-run literary and arts magazine based at UC Santa Cruz that publishes talented writers, artists, and musicians from the entire undergraduate population of the UC system. As the only student publication that is UC-wide, Matchbox is an important way for UC students to have their creative voices widely heard, and to hear voices and perspectives from all over the state that they might not have otherwise been exposed to. Not only does Matchbox provide amazing learning opportunities for our staff, but it also provides a singular forum for writers and artists who might otherwise be overlooked.”


University of Central Arkansas- Campus Journal

Vortex Magazine 

“The Vortex is the University of Central Arkansas’s undergraduate magazine of fine art and literature. Each year we publish original work submitted by students to promote the arts here at UCA. Much like a ‘vortex,’ the magazine exists to blend together all forms of creativity and channel it all into one contained spot.”


University of Central Florida

          The Florida Review- Any Writer

The Florida Review 

“The Florida Review publishes exciting new work from around the world from writers both emerging and well known. We are not Florida-exclusive, though we acknowledge having a jungle mentality and a preference for grit, and we have provided and continue to offer a home for many Florida writers.”

          The Cyprus Dome- Campus Journal

The Cyprus Dome

“The Cypress Dome Society is the University of Central Florida’s undergraduate literary organization. It is named after a feature of the landscape on the UCF campus. Bald cypress trees often grow in nearly perfect circles, or domes, with the larger trees in the middle where the deepest water of a swamp is, and the smaller trees surrounding the center ones. Our organization’s name is derived from these mysterious and beautiful natural features of the Florida landscape.”


University of Cincinnati

          Memorious- Any Writer

Memorious: A Journal of New Verse and Fiction

“…an online literary journal publishing poetry, fiction, art, art song, and interviews. Memorious was founded in 2004 by Robert Arnold, Rebecca Morgan Frank, and Brian Green. Arnold and Green left the magazine by 2008, but Frank has continued to lead the magazine as Editor-in-chief and Poetry Editor alongside of a rotating staff.”

          Short Vine- Campus Journal

Short Vine

“Short Vine is the Undergraduate literary journal of the Department of English at the University of Cincinnati.”


University of Colorado, Boulder- Campus Journal

Walkabout 

Walkabout is a publication that seeks to foster a community of passionate people who encourage creativity in each other. We have been publishing the prose, poetry, & art of undergraduate students at the University of Colorado Boulder since 1973. Our journal is supported with funding from both the Creative Writing Department and UROP.”


University of Colorado, Colorado Springs- Campus Journal

riverrun 

“Begun in 1971 by Dr. C. Kenneth Pellow, riverrun has been an avenue through which UCCS artists and writers have been able to express their voices. The journal is designed in the  riverrun Literary and Arts Journal course (ENGL3170) and is published at the end of each spring semester. UCCS students are welcome to enroll in the course and participate in the editing and publication of the journal. Any UCCS student may submit original, creative work to the publication. riverrun is proud to have published works by writers and artists who have gone on to critical acclaim, including: Yusef Komunyakaa, who won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry in 1994; Marc Weber, an award winning poet; and Sally Mankus, a photographer, sculptor, and mixed-media artist whose works continue to be exhibited throughout the country.”


University of Connecticut- Campus Journal

Long River Review

“Founded in 1997, the Long River Review is an annual literary journal of art and literature staffed by undergraduates at the University of Connecticut. With a regular staff turnover, we gain fresh perspectives each year. We think it’s better this way. Here at the Long River Review, we want to publish all kinds of voices: voices from the mouth of the river and beyond, voices drowned out by other voices, voices that might not have otherwise been heard. At Long River, we want to create a space where new and established artists can mingle and share a glass of water or wine (or whiskey). We believe that the unpublished artist deserves as much time and consideration as the artist with a foothold. For here at Long River, we believe that we are standing here, all souls bent over, harvesting the words and images on the current, all knee to neck deep in the same, long river.”

 

University of Evansville- Any Writer

The Evansville Review 

“The Evansville Review is an annual literary journal published by the students at the University of Evansville. Our award-winning journal includes poetry, fiction, nonfiction, plays, and interviews by a wide range of authors, from emerging writers to Nobel Prize recipients. Past issues have included work by Joyce Carol Oates, Arthur Miller, John Updike, Joseph Brodsky, Elia Kazan, Edward Albee, Willis Barnstone, Shirley Ann Grau, X. J. Kennedy, and Tarfia Faizullah.”


University of Hartford- National Journal

Aerie 

“For more than thirty years, the University of Hartford’s student writers have sought ways to share their talents with the community. As early as the 1970’s, faculty members and students from the University’s English Department collaborated to showcase student writing. Preliminary attempts ranged from individual student productions to informal Bohemian collaborations…

…When Aerie was first introduced to the University in 1996, it served as a venue for the English Department to publish winning pieces from the Department’s annual writing contest. This new literary magazine was run exclusively by faculty.”


University of Houston- National Journal

Glass Mountain

“In 2006 several undergraduate students at the University of Houston saw the need for a journal that would be the counterpart to Gulf Coast, the journal edited by graduate creative writing students at UH. The undergraduate students pooled their creative resources, and in a little over a year the Spring 2007 premiere issue hit the presses…

…Our journal continues to offer emerging writers a unique national platform for publication, with high literary standards in print and . As Glass Mountain continues to grow and thrive, we remain committed to the writing community and to quality work. We invite you to read, submit, attend, enjoy.”

 

University of Indianapolis- Community Journal

Etchings

“Etchings was the result of a revamping of University of Indianapolis’ former literary magazine, Tusitala, in 1989. After a student contest was held, the magazine was renamed Etchings. Organized and developed by students with the supervision and guidance of faculty members, a new issue has been produced each semester. Since the revamping in ’89, Etchings restored the emphasis on the initial intentions of the university’s literary magazine showcasing the works of undergraduates, graduates, faculty, staff, and alumni.”


University of La Verne- National Journal

Prism Review

“Since 2008, Prism Review has annually published contemporary poetry and fiction from both national and international authors, choosing the best 20 or so pieces from the thousand-plus submissions we read each year. We also sponsor prizes in fiction and poetry judged by highly respected contemporary writers. Unlike many journals, our staff (save for a faculty advisor/editor) is entirely made up of undergraduate Creative Writing students here at the University of La Verne — please be impressed by their hard work and excellent taste in literature. Alongside literary works, Prism Review also publishes interviews and reviews with emerging contemporary authors. We’ve interviewed notable poets and fiction writers, including Michelle Detorie, Josh Kryah, Nathan Hoks, Craig Santos Perez, Lucy Corin, Josh Emmons, and Michael Jaime-Becerra.”

 

University of Maine, Farmington- Campus Journal

The Sandy River Review 

“The Sandy River Review is a literary journal consisting of two parts: an annual print issue and The River, a regularly updating stream of online content. The Sandy River Review is printed once every Spring. Our print issue is edited by creative writing undergraduates at The University of Maine Farmington and overseen by the poetry press Alice James Books. The River is our constantly updating online content, and is also run by student editors in regular conversation with the print editors. The website is overseen by faculty sponsor Shana Youngdahl.”


University of Maine, Orono- Campus Journal

The Open Field

“The Open Field is a literary magazine devoted to publishing poetry, prose, mixed-genre writing, and visual art by the undergraduate community at the University of Maine. The Open Field is run by a rotating group of English students in the creative writing concentration, who make all of the aesthetic and editorial decisions.”


University of Mary Washington- National Journal

Sole

“Sole Literary Journal seeks to explicate how an individual balances their shared heritage with their chosen societal niche. We look for works that delve deeper than roots, stretch across borders, and search closer  to home.

Simply put, we seek submissions focused on identity and heritage and any tensions, originalities, or truths found within them.

We are a student-run literary journal at the University of Mary Washington. We hope to build a broad base among our published authors, artists, and contributors.”

 

University of Maryland, College Park- Campus Journal

Stylus

“Stylus is the undergraduate journal of poetry, prose, and art at the University of Maryland.”


University of Miami- National Journal

Mangrove

“Mangrove is the undergraduate literary journal at the University of Miami, publishing student art and writing that pulses with human language, sits under our skin and settles into our soul. Give us your best creative works, and we will give them a loving home.”

 

University of Michigan- Campus Journal

Xylem Magazine

“Xylem Literary Magazine is an independent, student-run literary magazine at the University of Michigan that annually publishes original undergraduate student writing and art, including poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, artwork and photography.”


University of Minnesota

           Dislocate- Community Journal

Dislocate

“Dislocate is a print and online literary journal dedicated to publishing Minnesota art that pushes the traditional boundaries of form and genre. We like work that operates in the gray areas, that resists categorization, that ignores the limits; we like work that plays with the relationship between form and content. We publish fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art, but we don’t mind (or even prefer) that we can’t tell which one we’re dealing with.” 

           The Tower- Campus Journal

The Tower

“At The Tower, we aim to showcase the best work in literature and art from University of Minnesota undergraduates. We publish fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and visual art.

We believe artistic expression is necessary—it has the power to enlighten, challenge, and captivate. That’s why we strive to provide a creative outlet for those who wish to share their work.

Our purpose is to promote and display original work by undergraduate writers and artists. This gives students the chance to have their work published in an esteemed literary magazine while collaborating with a devoted editorial staff.”


University of Montana- Campus Journal

The Oval

“It is our mission to provide a fresh outlet for new and young artists to express themselves, their ideas and passions to the world through the medium of print. We are fellow undergraduates committed to showcasing literary and artistic works from our peers.”


University of Nebraska, Kearney- Campus Journal

The Carillon

“The Carillon is an undergraduate publication jointly sponsored by Sigma Tau Delta, the National English Honor Society, and by Phi Eta Sigma, the National Freshman Scholastic Honor Society. Its purpose is to encourage quality undergraduate writing at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. All students are encouraged to submit manuscripts.”


University of Nebraska, Lincoln- Campus Journal

Laurus

“Laurus is the definitive collection of writing and visual art created (and edited) by University of Nebraska–Lincoln undergraduates. The magazine accepts poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and scripts, as well as photography and other artwork.”


University of New Mexico- Campus Journal

Blue Mesa Review 

“In general, we are seeking strong voices and lively, compelling narrative with a fine eye for craft.”

 

University of New Orleans- Community Journal

Ellipsis

“Ellipsis is the University of New Orleans’ journal of art, ideas, and literature. Since 1972, we have showcased the scholarly and creative work of UNO students, alumni, faculty, and staff.”

University of North Carolina, Greensboror- Community Journal

Coraddi Magazine

“The Coraddi is UNCG’s arts and literature magazine, founded in 1897 as The State Normal Magazine. Today, the name has been changed in honor of its founders: the Cornelian, Adelphian, and Dikeian literary societies of the State Normal and Industrial College (which would later become UNCG!).

Over the years, The Coraddi has taken on many different shapes and sizes, from small magazines to large books, and every imaginable style in between…

The Coraddi accepts submissions from all current UNCG students and Alumni. A panel of UNCG students evaluates all entries that are published in the book; everyone is welcome to come and share their voice during the judging process, from arts and literature students to nursing and business majors!”

University of North Carolina, Wilmington- Community Journal

Atlantis 

“Founded in 1971, Atlantis is a creative force for sponsoring the publication of student work, including student art exhibits, readings, multimedia events, musical performances, and more…

Atlantis accepts submissions from undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in any public or private four-year university or community college in North Carolina.”

University of North Dakota- Any Writer

North Dakota Quarterly 

“North Dakota Quarterly is a literary and public humanities journal whose roots extend back to the early days of the University of North Dakota. One of the famous ‘little magazines’ that have been the traditional seed beds of talented writers and contributed so much to the nation’s cultural and artistic life.

An international spectrum of writers and artists comes together in NDQ to produce a rich mixture of articles, essays, fiction, and poetry. For over 100 years the Quarterly has stood  as one of the region’s most widely admired ambassadors and as persistent landmark in the global literary landscape.”


University of North Texas- Campus Journal

North Texas Review

“The North Texas Review (NTR) is an annual student-driven literary journal at the University of North Texas (UNT). NTR showcases the best artistic and literary talent of UNT students, bringing together individuals from all disciplines in both our staff and our contributors.”


University of Pittsburgh

          Collision Literary Magazine- National Journal

Collision Literary Magazine

“Founded in 2001, Collision Literary Magazine publishes undergraduate writing and art not just from the University of Pittsburgh, but from all over the world. Collision accepts fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and art, with a particular interest in work that challenges style and structure. It is a student-run publication funded by the University Honors College.”

           Creative Nonfiction- Any Writer

Creative Nonfiction

“Creative Nonfiction magazine is true stories, well told. Each issue demonstrates the depth and versatility of narrative nonfiction and proves that smart, engaging narratives can make any subject fascinating and meaningful. Recent issues have tackled themes ranging from risk to starting over, from dangerous creations to science & religion.”

           Three Rivers Review- Community Journal

Three Rivers Review

“The literary magazine has grown to become a community-based establishment, crossing university boundaries and welcoming submissions from undergraduates attending all of Pittsburgh’s colleges and universities. Literature is not relegated or restricted to a particular group due to its alma mater, and by extending the diversity of submissions, students’ works may also be shared with a greater audience.”


University of Richmond- Any Writer

Verse

“Verse focuses on contemporary English-language poetry, poetry in translation, innovative fiction and cross-genre writing, interviews with writers, and criticism (book reviews, essay/reviews, and essays). Poems from Verse have been awarded the Pushcart Prize and have appeared in The Norton Anthology of Contemporary Poetry and numerous editions of the Best American Poetry.”


University of Redlands- National Journal

The Redlands Review

“The Redlands Review is devoted to cultivating an eclectic exchange between emerging and experienced writers. Each year student writers, editors, and artists select and edit poetry, prose, and design a magazine.”

 

University of Scranton- Campus Journal

Espirit

“Esprit is a literary magazine published once each semester by the students of The University of Scranton. This review of arts and letters features work by students of The University of Scranton. The content is the responsibility of the editors and does not necessarily reflect the views of the administration or faculty. The University subscribes to the principle of responsible freedom of expression for its student editors.”


University of South Carolina- National Journal

The Lettered Olive

“Although we’re stationed in South Carolina, The Lettered Olive has been accepting poetry, prose, art, and photography submissions from undergraduate students across the country for the past fifteen years…

…The Lettered Olive accepts all types of writing and art submissions: poetry, prose, essays, drawings, paintings, photography, and more.”

 

University of South Dakota- Community Journal

Vermillion Literary Project Magazine

“The Vermillion Literary Project (VLP) is the University of South Dakota’ s only student literary & creative writing organization. The award-winning VLP publishes the U.’ s only student-produced literary journal and promotes all sorts of literary events, for both the U. community and the general public. VLP membership is open to U. students of all majors, undergraduate or graduate. No experience is needed!”

University of Southern Indiana

          Amalgam- Campus Journal

Amalgam

“Amalgam is a multidisciplinary research journal published annually by undergraduate students at the University of Southern Indiana since 2006.”
          FishHook- Campus Journal

FishHook

“FishHook is the University of Southern Indiana’s student-run art and literary journal, showcasing the top poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and visual art of USI students.”


The University of Tennessee, Chattanooga- Campus Journal

The Sequoya Review

“The Sequoya Review is the annual literary journal of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. With a staff of undergraduate students, student editor, Logan Clem, and faculty adviser, Sarah Einstein, the Sequoya Review aims to publish immediate, engaging creative writing and visual art by Chattanooga students.”

 

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville- Any Writer

Grist

“Founded in 2007 by graduate students in the Creative Writing Program at the University of Tennessee, Grist is a nationally distributed journal of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, interviews, and craft essays.

Published annually every spring, each issue is accompanied by Grist Online, which features some of the best work we’ve received during our reading period. In addition to general submissions, Grist holds the Pro Forma Contest every spring, recognizing unpublished creative work that explores the relationship between content and form, whether in fiction, nonfiction, poetry, or a hybrid genre. Throughout the year, we publish interviews, craft essays, and reviews on our blog, The Writing Life.

We seek work of high literary quality from both emerging and established writers. We welcome all styles and aesthetic approaches. All that matters to us is quality.”

 

University of Washington- Community Journal

Bricolage

“Bricolage is the annual literary and visual arts journal published at the University of Washington. For over thirty years, we have published prose, poetry, and visual art created by anyone associated with the UW, including undergraduate and graduate students, staff, faculty, and alumni of the Seattle, Bothell, and Tacoma campuses. Although supported and advised by the UW’s Department of English, we are a wholly student-run organization. Our staff is comprised of seven undergraduate volunteers who oversee all publicity, fundraising, editing, production, and distribution of the Bricolage journal.”


University of West Florida- Campus Journal

Troubadour

“Troubadour is UWF’s annual student-edited anthology of selected art and creative writing from student submissions across campus.”


University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire- Campus Journal

NOTA

“NOTA is University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire’s award winning, art, literature, and music publication. Published biannually the issues are entirely edited, and created by students and the content is chosen by the student body.”


University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee- National Journal

Furrow

“Dating back to 2000, Furrow showcases outstanding undergraduate writing and art from across the U.S. and gives UW-Milwaukee undergraduates training in editing, publishing, publication design, web design, publicity, fundraising, and business practices. Through the generous support of local donors and the UW-Milwaukee Department of English, we publish a full-color, print issue of the journal every May and feature new work regularly on our website. Our goal is to connect student writers and artists with a broader network of creative spirits within and beyond Milwaukee.”

University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point- Campus Journal

Barney Street

“Founded in 1978, Barney Street was named after a road that ran from 4th Avenue and Franklin Street before the construction of Collins Classroom Center and the College of Professional Studies buildings. The magazine is completely student-run and edited. The University Writers control all aspects of production: planning the issue, editing submissions, designing layout, organizing the print run, and distributing final copies.”

 

Valparaiso University- Any Writer

Valparaiso Fiction Review 

“Founded in summer of 2011 as a sister publication to Valparaiso Poetry Review (VPR), Valparaiso Fiction Review (VFR) is a publication of Valparaiso University and its Department of English.”

 

Vanderbilt University- Community Journal

The Vanderbilt Review

“The Vanderbilt Review is Vanderbilt’s official undergraduate literary and arts journal. The Review includes refereed work in fiction, poetry, drama, art, and photography from students, alumni, and University affiliates.”


Villanova University- Campus Journal

Polis

“The Greek word polis means more than just a ‘dwelling place or a residence.’ In ancient Greece, the polis was also the forum where citizens could realize their intellectual and creative potential. As a community of students coming together to share our thoughts and ideas, our contemporary polis embodies the communal spirit of its namesake. As a forum for members of the community to have their voices heard and express their creativity, Polis is Villanova’s student-run magazine dedicated to ideas, creativity, and the arts. It features essays, short fiction, poetry, reviews, photography, and artwork.”

 

Walla Walla University- Community Journal

Gadfly

“The Gadfly is the WWU journal of literature and art, published annually, which accepts submissions from students, faculty, staff and alumni (including those who attended but did not graduate from WWU) from all campuses.”


Wake Forest University- Campus Journal

Three to Four Ounces

“Three to Four Ounces is the student art and literary magazine founded on the original Wake Forest campus in 1883, where it was first entitled The Student. The magazine has undergone many changes since its inception, including a name change in the early 1990s to Three to Four Ounces, but has continued to serve as a creative forum in the Wake Forest University community and the Department of English for student visual and literary arts. The magazine is published once a semester by the students of Wake Forest University. Art, poetry, and prose submissions are accepted from the student body and chosen for inclusion in the magazine through a blind selection process.”

Washburn University- Any Writer

Inscape

“Inscape, an annual literary magazine published at Washburn University, features high-quality new fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and visual art. Over the past several years, Inscape has grown from a strictly local concern into a journal with a national profile and a world-class roster of contributors.”

Washington and Lee University- Any Writer

Shenandoah 

“Shenandoah was founded in 1950 by a group of Washington and Lee University faculty members and undergraduates, Tom Wolfe among them. For a brief time it was primarily an undergraduate magazine, but under the leadership of student editor Tom Carter, Shenandoah became a quarterly, publishing a cast of international writers including e e cummings, Dylan Thomas, W. H. Auden, James Merrill, Ezra Pound, William Faulkner, and Flannery O’Connor. From the 1960s to the 1980s, Washington and Lee faculty member James Boatwright expanded the journal and published occasional theme issues, including a thirty-fifth anniversary anthology. After Boatwright’s death in 1988, Dabney Stuart took over as editor. In 1995, R. T. Smith was selected as the magazine’s first full-time editor. In 2011, Shenandoah moved online, and is now a web magazine that publishes semiannually. In August 2018, after the retirement of R. T. Smith, Beth Staples took over as editor. Shenandoah is now part of W&L’s English Department and, under Beth’s direction, is supported by a class of undergraduate interns studying editing and publishing.”


Western Illinois University- Campus Journal

Elements

“Elements, Western Illinois University’s Literary Magazine, has been publishing creative writing and artwork from WIU students for over 50 years.”

 

Western Washington University- Community Journal

Jeopardy Magazine

“Since its inception, Jeopardy has existed not simply as a place for stories, but as an outlet for writers and artists to express themselves. For years, Jeopardy accepted submissions from all over the country as the publication aimed to feature the best writing that it could find. However, in 2003 something changed. Rather than relying on professional writers to bolster its reputation, Jeopardy began to focus on the unique talent located at Western Washington University. With a fondness for its past and an eye on the future, Jeopardy used its influence to create a supportive literary and arts community in and around WWU. Ever since this change, the publication has aimed to give resonance to these local voices by publishing their very best writing and art. We at Jeopardy hope that this consistency sets our publication apart as a valuable set of voices in the literary community.”


Wheaton College- Campus Journal

Rushlight

Rushlight, the Wheaton College (Norton, Massachusetts) literary and visual arts journal, was founded in 1855 by Lucy Larcom (1824-1893), an important 19th-century writer and educator. After working in the cotton textile mills in Lowell, Massachusetts, she taught from 1854-1862 at what was then known as Wheaton Female Seminary. Larcom’s poems were widely published and anthologized during her lifetime. Harriet Beecher Stowe once referred to Larcom as “America’s Elizabeth Barrett Browning.” Larcom’s memoir of her early life and work as a “mill girl,” A New England Girlhood, is considered to be a classic study of early American childhood. When Larcom named The Rushlight, she proposed as a brief motto this couplet: “A Rushlight flickering and small, / Is better than no light at all.” For the first few years of its existence, Rushlight served as both a newspaper and literary magazine.”


Widener University- National Journal

The Blue Route

“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.” 

Wilson College- Community Journal

The Bottom Shelf Review

“The Bottom Shelf Review is Wilson College’s student literary magazine. Founded in 1979, the BSR celebrates the best in creative work by the Wilson community every year. Edited by the students of Wilson College, the BSR annually publishes poetry, short fiction, creative non-fiction, and artwork by Wilson students, faculty, staff, and alumni.”

Winthrop University- Campus Journal

The Anthology

“The Anthology is Winthrop University’s arts and literary magazine. We publish the very finest in poetry, prose, drama, fine art, graphic design, ceramics, photography, and more from the Winthrop student body! Our student-staffed editorial team accepts submissions in the Fall and produces a new issue every Spring semester.” 


Wittenberg University- Campus Journal

Wittenberg Review of Art and Literature

“The Wittenberg Review of Literature and Art is an entirely student-run publication that features our peers’ best writing and finest art.”


Xavier University- National Journal

Xavier Review 

“Xavier Review, a journal of literature and culture, is the oldest American literary journal based at a historically Black university (HBU).  It was founded in 1980 by Charles Fort and Thomas Bonner, Jr., and produces two issues a year…

…Xavier Review prides itself on publishing works by both established writers and new voices. Flip through the pages and you will find fiction,  nonfiction, and poetry.” 

Yale University- Campus Journal

Yale Literary Magazine

“…a semesterly print magazine that showcases the creative work of Yale undergraduates.”


Youngstown State University- Campus Journal

The Penguin Review

“Penguin Review seeks to provide better opportunities for students to publish and exhibit creative works of fiction, poetry, non-fiction, screenwriting and art. It is our mission – and also, we feel, our duty – to expose those materials widely to the campus, in order to help the talented students at Youngstown State University become more well known.”

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

-Patricia Fuller

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