Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

Student Journal Publishing Opportunities-ENGLISH, LITERATURE, & WRITING

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Journal NameDiscipline(s)Description
Valley Humanities ReviewHumanitiesFocus: literature, history, religion, philosophy, art, art history, foreign language, etc.
Submissions: undergraduates, recently undergraduate students; Chicago-style citation; essays, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, submissions are accepted September 1- December 15 – submit to
The Sigma Tau Delta ReviewEnglishPublished annually by Northern Illinois University
Submissions: critical essays on literature, rhetoric and composition, pedagogical issues; submissions may be made only by active undergraduate and graduate members – an online account must be made for submission
The Oswald Review (TOR)English - Criticism and ResearchPublished annually by the University of South Carolina – Aiken
Deadline: March 31st (postmarked before)
Submissions: must have faculty mentors, electronic submissions, see guidelines before submitting
UCB Comparative Literature Undergraduate JournalLiteraturePublished by UC Berkeley, bi-annually (fall and spring)
Focus: comparative literature
See guidelines for submissions – submit to
The Chattahoochee ReviewLiteratureSubmissions: poetry, fiction, nonfiction, interviews, reviews, graphic work; must include a SASE – see guidelines appropriate to submission type
Cave WallLiteraturePublished biannually
Submissions: poems – do not submit online, see guidelines
Allegheny ReviewLiteratureContact:
Submissions: poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, artwork
Published annually
$5 entry fee per work submitted if wished to be considered for a reward
Collision Literary MagazineLiteratureSubmissions: poetry, creative non-fiction prose, literary criticism, art, photography
Published by the University of Pittsburgh Honors College
The Greensboro ReviewLiteratureSubmissions: poetry — mail to address, or submit online (with a $3 charge)
Published in fall and spring
Deadlines: September 15 (spring issue), February 15 (fall issue)
Hayden’s Ferry ReviewLiteratureContact:
Submissions: check the theme of the upcoming issue prior to submitting poetry, prose, art, translations – must be submitted through
Deadlines: check website, changes with issue
Georgia Review (GAREV)LiteratureContact:
Submissions: short stories, general interest essays, poems, reviews (book), art (visual)
Manuscripts not accepted May 15-August 15
Published quarterly by the University of Georgia
Focus: literature, history, philosophy, anthropology, politics, film, music, visual arts
FugueLiteraturePublished semiannually winter/spring and summer/fall by the University of Idaho
Submissions: poetry, prose, nonfiction, fiction, experiment submitted September 1- May 1, online only
West BranchLiteratureContact:
Published triannually by Bucknell University
Submissions: poetry, fiction, essays, reviews – online submission only
The JournalLiteraturePublished quarterly by Ohio State University (print issues in the summer & winter, online issues in the spring & fall)
Submissions: poetry, fiction, nonfiction, reviews of new poetry & prose
Diesis: Footnotes on Literary IdentitiesLiteratureFocus: literary criticism
Published bi-annually (spring & fall)
Submissions: scholarly articles, book reviews – must include Author Biography form; see guidelines for format
Roger- Art and Literary MagazineLiteraturePublished annually by Roger Williams University
Submissions: poetry, prose, fiction
Deadline: submissions are accepted August 1-January 1 – submitted online or by mail
Public WritingWritingFocus: cultural theory, social theory, literary theory, cultural anthropology, linguistics, rhetoric studies, historic analysis, sociology, queer studies, disability studies, philosophy
Submissions: online submissions – essays
Deadline: check website periodically
Silk Road- A Journal of Writings on PLaceWritingSubmissions: poetry, fiction, nonfiction, essays, short stories, translations, first chapters of novels – submit online
Published biannually
Deadline: submissions accepted year-round
Young Scholars in Writing: Under graduate Research in Writing and RhetoricWritingPeer-Reviewed
Published annually (fall), by the University of Missouri, Kansas-City
Submissions: theory-driven or research-based essays – must be paired with a professor’s note from their faculty advisor/mentor
Focus: literacy studies, writing, rhetoric, composition, professional writing, technical writing, business writing, discourse analysis, writing technologies, peer tutoring in writing, writing processes, writing in disciplines and related topics
Deadline: submissions accepted January-June
Susquehanna ReviewWritingPublished annually, print and online
Submissions: fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, visual art
See for guidelines and to submit
The Bloomsbury ReviewWritingPublished annually
Submissions: books reviews, book-related articles, essays, poetry, interviews – see “reviewer’s guidelines” for formatting & submission information
XchangesWritingPublished biannually by New Mexico Tech
Focus: Technical communication, writing/rhetoric, writing across the curriculum
Submissions: articles, multi-modal “webtexts” – see submissions guidelines
Reed MagazineLiteraturePublished annually (spring)
Submissions: fiction, poetry, nonfiction – see guidelines/requirements
Deadline: submissions accepted June 1- November 1
The Grey Book: Online Journals of Middle EarthLiteratureOnline Journal
Published annually
Focus: J.R.R. Tolkien’s fictional and scholarly works
Submissions: articles — must have faculty advisor

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Dr. Joanne Altman, Director of Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

Phone: 336-841-9613

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