Website for FUSE, "a national organization that provides a network for undergraduate student editors and writers and their faculty advisers." Contains a nationwide database of undergraduate literary journals.
Some individual undergraduate lit mags that are open to nationwide submission:
Publishing "fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, translations, photography, and work in emerging forms by both established and emerging writers," this journal is also indexed by library databases including EBSCOhost, JSTOR, and ProQuest.
"ANGLES, formerly known as “The Angle,” is St. John Fisher University’s literary magazine...As a publication edited by undergraduates, we value and prioritize college-aged voices with distinct perspectives, and take pride in being among a writer’s first publications."
Literary Magazines Available at the Library- does not include undergrad lit mags
Print literary magazines available for checkout, located in Current Periodicals section on Main Level, alphabetically by title:
BWR/Black Warrior Review: Oldest continuously-run literary journal produced by grad students, publishing fiction, nonfiction, poetry, comics, and art.
Creative Nonfiction: Contains short stories, essays, prose, interviews with writers and editors, pieces on creative nonfiction, etc.
DRAFT: the Journal of Process: Stories, first drafts, interviews with authors. Interested in techniques, approaches, and "everything that goes into crafting a great piece of creative writing."
Granta: Showcases "the world's best writers on to one aspect of the way we live now."
Ninth Letter: From U. Illinois Urbana-Champagin. Work published in Ninth Letter frequently selected for awards (Pushcart Prize, Best American Nonrequired Reading, etc.).
Poetry: Poetry, commentary news notes, and lists of recently published books published by the Modern Poetry Association.
Rattle: Poetry and interviews with contemporary poets.
Yellow Medicine Review: Stories, essays, poems, scholarly articles, reviews, short plays, novel excepts, letters, and more related to Indigenous Literature, Art, and Thought.
Delivers the artist's voice through in-depth interviews between artists working across genre and media -- collaborations that reveal their ideas, concerns, and creative processes through carefully developed dialogue -- now and for posterity. 1981- present (online access has a 3 year delay, print edition in the library)