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UVa Literary Magazines

 

                                          

      Meridian

  

 


 

 

Managing Editor: Hannah Holtzman

Poetry Editor: Wanling Su
Fiction Editor: Lee Johnson
Address: Meridian, University of Virginia, P.O. Box 400145, Charlottesville, VA 22904-4145
Phone: 434-982-5798
Fax: 434-924-1478

Meridian is a semiannual literary magazine edited by MFA students in the Graduate Program in Creative Writing at the University of Virginia. Started in 1998, work from Meridian has appeared in Best American Poetry, Best American Short Stories, New Stories from the South, and the Pushcart Prize anthology. Meridian has published work by two poet laureates, three Pulitzer Prize winners, two National Book Award winners, and a winner of the National Book Critics' Circle; however, it remains dedicated to discovering new voices. The magazine's "Lost Classic" section has featured previous unpublished work by renowned authors such as Ezra Pound, Zora Neale Hurston, Robert Frost, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Mark Twain, and Flannery O’Connor. Recent interviews in the magazine have featured Edward P. Jones, Francine Prose, Tao Lin, Jane Mead, and Lydia Davis.

 

 


     Rag and Bone

 


 

 

 

Editors: Caitlin Harpin and Willie Lin

Email: ragnbone@virginia.edu

Rag and Bone is a University-sponsored, student-run literary magazine celebrating its 18th anniversary in 2008. We publish undergraduate poetry, prose, photography and prints in a low-tech format.

 


        3.7

 

 

 

 

 

Address: 3.7 Magazine, P.O. Box 400612, Charlottesville, VA 22904-4162

Drop submissions at Bryan 236, or the Creative Writing Office (Bryan 422)
Email: 3.7magazine@gmail.com

3.7 Magazine is an annual literary, arts, and features magazine at the University of Virginia that was founded in the Spring of 1992. In the fall of 2010 we will be putting out our 30th issue. Among the myriad of university publications, 3.7 is unique in its fusion of poetry, fiction, interviews, artwork, photography, digital media, and design. Past issues have included interviews with luminaries, such as Ray Bradbury, poets Sharon Olds, Kyle Thompson and Charles Simic, and musical groups Cake, Hogwaller Ramblers, and Sebadoh. We have continued this tradition in recent issues with interviews of Beat generation photographers Fred and Gloria McDarrah, Ender's Game author Orson Scott Card, and a piece with Pulitzer-prize winning poet Henry Taylor.

 

 

        Virginia Literary Review

 

 

 

 

Address: Virginia Literary Review, Box 400412 Newcomb Hall Station, Charlottesville, VA 22904-4413

The Virginia Literary Review (VLR) has published the work of UVa students since 1979, making it the oldest literary magazine on grounds. We publish poetry, prose, and photography semi-annually, and distribute on grounds and in the Charlottesville community. VLR is a contracted independent organization run by undergraduate students at UVa.

 

 

         Inkstone

 

 

 

 

Address: Inkstone, University of Virginia, P.O. Box 400715, Charlottesville, VA 22904

Email: inkstone@virginia.edu

Inkstone is a student-run publication dedicated to providing a medium through which people of all ethnic backgrounds can express their views concerning Asian American culture and identity. We encourage creative work and correspondence from all walks of life.

 

 

          Local Tea

 

 

 

 

Local Tea is a student-run literary magazine at the University of Virginia. It is dedicated to spot-lighting the writing of college women but is in no way exclusive. Submissions of any written form should be sent to localtea@yahoo.com.

 

             Glass, Garden

 

 


 

 

Editors-in-Chief: Sarah Crossland, Victoria O'Dea Johnson, and Kate Ringo

Email: glasscommagarden@gmail.com

Glass, Garden is a "do-it-yourself" literary-arts magazine, produced by hand and concentrating in the arts of handwriting, typewriting, papercraft, hands-on art, experimental design & presentation, and superb art & writing. Publishing mostly undergraduate work, it seeks to integrate all walks of art into the community at large. It is published annually in a very limited supply.

 

          Ante

 

 

 

 

Editor-in-Chief: Rachel Lim

E-mail address: theantereview@virginia.edu

The Ante Review is the University's first literary e-zine, dedicated toward promoting contemporary literature beyond the Charlottesville community, utilizing technology to provide a platform for emerging voices. Our mission, simply put, is to recognize the best in underground work. Toward those ends, we accept a broad variety of work, ranging from prose, poetry, creative non-fiction, drama, photography, recipes, musical recordings and hypertext stories. We publish quarterly online and annually in print.