The Allegheny Review is a national journal for undergraduate literature. For 16 years, we have published the best and freshest collegiate writing from coast to coast. We also publish a local version for Allegheny College itself.
The Binnacle are based here on the beautiful campus of the University of Maine at Machias. We print original works of poetry, prose, drawings, sketches, photos, etc., etc. We print works from UMM students, faculty, and staff. We are an annual publication and work on a rather small budget and with a very small staff.
The Cortland Review is an Online Literary Magazine with RealAudio featuring interviews, poetry, fiction, essays, reviews, etc. with such poets as Charles Simic, R.T. Smith, Robert Creeley, Robert Pinsky, Neal Bowers, Richard Foerster.
Counterpoint is the MIT-Wellesley journal of rational discourse and campus life. As an alternative to the mainstream press, we often publish fiction, poetry, and visual art. However, our primary mission is the exposition of multiple views of issues with the criterion that these views be based on "rational" discourse, logical arguments following from plausible bases.
CrossConnect is an alternative non-commercial literary publication for a new generation of information-age writers. Our mission -- like our name-- is one of connection. CrossConnect seeks to promote and document both the emergent creative artists and established artists who have made the transition to the new technologies of the information age. We are a broad review seeking to publish a refreshing range of work which actively challenges literary and artistic conventions
Darpan is a Sanskrit word which means mirror. Darpan Literary Magazine is a magazine which reflects on culture. In the past Darpan was a magazine that focused on reflections of India, but now we accept any submission that reflects on culture or ethnic themes.
The Gorgon is Rensselaer's only art and literary magazine We publish a magazine (or other incarnation of art and literature) every semester, as well as mini-issues known as the Gorgon Spotlight, or G-Spot, which focus on a particular topic or special interest We also host open mic nights and other arts events.
The Harvard Advocate is the nation's oldest continuously publishing college literary magazine. The Advocate is a quarterly journal featuring fiction, poetry, art, and essays by students enrolled at Harvard University. Former contributors include Ezra Pound, T. S. Eliot, Wallace Stevens, e e cummings, Adrienne Rich, Sylvia Plath, John Ashbery, and Norman Mailer.
Miscellany is the literary magazine of the College of Charleston. We publish once a year in the Spring. We accept poetry, fiction, essay, drama, art, and photography. The deadline for submissions is usually the first or second week of January.
Salt Hill is a literary magazine dedicated to discovering the best new things by prominent published writers like Michael Martone, Stephen Dobyns, Lydia Davis, Denise Duhamel, and Charles Simic, and every issue we publish new fiction, poetry and hypertext by unpublished authors. Submit. Enter our annual poetry, short short story and hypertext contests. Run by graduate students in the Syracuse University Creative Writing Program.
The Secret Goldfish is a little unoffical "official" website for San Leandro (California) High School's literary and art magazine, which consists of poetry, prose, art, and whatever else we can fit on 3-dimensional pieces of mechanically reproduced paper. A nice little place to visit past spirits. Let them sit with you quietly as you read through the many issues. Hold your partner's hand while you peruse the site. We don't want you to get lost. And please, do come again..
Started in 1972, Southwinds is the University of Missouri at Rolla's only literary and art magazine, publishing it's 25th issue this fall.
Spires is an intercollegiate literary magazine dedicated to bringing the best works of students from several universities, and to making these works available at several schools. A network of Spires chapters which solicit, evaluate, and select works for the magazine have been formed to accomplish these goals. Spires currently was chapters at Columbia University, DePauw University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Yeshiva University, and is based at Washington University in St. Louis, MO.
The Waffle? is the official mouthpiece of New College JCR, Oxford University containing token JCR information, mixed in with healthy portions of light-hearted cartoons, poetry, rants and jokes.