Our English majors explore with their professors the broad and evolving sweep of English and American literature, honing their critical thinking skills as they go.

Undergraduate Literary Journals

Looking for other opportunities to get your critical and creative works published? Look no further than these undergraduate journals:
  • The Allegheny Review – Published by Allegheny College (Pa.), it is a national journal for undergraduate poetry and prose.
  • Analecta 32 – Published by the University of Texas, it prints prose and poetry.
  • The Bellingham Review – Published by Western Washington University, it is a quarterly magazine that prints critical essays, poetry and prose.
  • Blood Ink – Published by University of Alberta (Canada), it is a quarterly magazine that accepts poetry, prose, critical essays and open letters.
  • The Columbia Review – Published by Columbia University (NY), it is a biannual publication that accepts prose and poetry.
  • Dislocate – Published by the University of Minnesota, it prints poetry and prose.
  • Flyway Literary Journal – Published by Iowa State University, it publishes poetry, prose and critical essays.
  • Folio – Published by American University (Washington, D.C.), it prints poetry and prose.
  • Fugue – Published by the University of Idaho, it prints poetry, prose and critical essays biannually.
  • Harpur Palate – Published by Binghamton University (Utah), it prints poetry, prose and critical essays semiannually.
  • Hayden's Ferry Review – Published by Arizona State University, it prints prose, poetry and critical essays.
  • The Kenyon Review – Published by Kenyon College (Ohio), it prints prose and poetry.
  • The Oswald Review – Published by the University of South Carolina at Aiken, it prints critical essays. 
  • The Pinch (formerly River City) – Published by the University of Memphis (Tenn.), it prints prose and poetry.
  • Shenandoah – Published by Washington and Lee University (Va.), it prints poetry, prose and critical essays.
  • Third Coast – Published by Western Michigan University, it prints poetry and prose.