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Have you been struck by the bolt of literary inspiration? Do you want towork on a literary magazine, and gain practical experience in the challenges of life in the editorial world? If so, then Lewis & Clark Literary Review is a great opportunity.
Published annually, and run entirely by Lewis and Clark students, The Literary Review provides creative writers with a hands-on process — in generating submissions, in working on an editorial board, and in laying out a magazine.
The Literary Review publishes poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction. The next volume will be available in the spring of 2014.
Please email the editor with any submissions or questions.
Submission Deadline: February 2014
Current Editors: Will Aime (firstname.lastname@example.org), Sara Balsom (email@example.com), and Ailee Feber (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Who’s Who From the Literary Review
Jessie Moon Longhurst, Elizabeth Miller, Tana Wojczuk, Cayley Bell, Chris Bailey, Julia Renfro, Kiki Johnson. They all got their start here, in these pages.
The Lewis and Clark Literary Review: The writers of tomorrow, today.
Past co-editor Lauren Furnish helped organize the 2009 issue from her study-abroad program in the mountains of Chile. “The Lit Review has been one of the most valuable experiences of my time at LC,” Lauren says. “I will never forget it.”
c/o Jason Feiner
Lewis & Clark College
0615 SW Palatine Hill Rd., MSC 187
Portland, OR 97219
You can now purchase copies of the review at Powell’s!
2013 Edition: ‘Lit from Within’ (link opens a new window)