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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 2016.
Please email the editor with any submissions or questions at email@example.com.
Who’s Who From the Literary Review
Jessie Moon Longhurst, Elizabeth Miller, Tana Wojczuk, Cayley Bell, Chris Bailey, Julia Renfro, Kiki Johnson all got their start here, in these pages.
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.”
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