In addition to Le Culte du Moi, described in a recent post, GW hosts a number of opportunities for its undergraduates to publish creative writing as well as participate on editorial boards.
Amy Katzel, editor of Wooden Teeth, has contributed descriptions of the others: Wooden Teeth, GW Review, and Mortar & Pestle.
Amy would also like to invite everyone to attend their Spring Launch Party on Thursday, May 1. Look for details below.
The GW creative writing community boasts several successful literary magazines that are all excited to release new spring issues! Wooden Teeth, GW Review, and Mortar & Pestle all produce collections of poetry, prose, and art.
Wooden Teeth, GW’s longest-running student literary magazine, just celebrated its 30th anniversary. The bi-annual magazine showcases poetry, short fiction, art, and photography by GW students, faculty, and alumni. The all-student staff welcomes all members of the GW community to join its Editorial Board.
The GW Review is our university’s only national literary review. Although undergraduates produce the magazine, the Review publishes non-student work from around the world. Several GW professors have appeared in past issues of the Review, and every spring, the magazine features poetry and fiction from two graduating seniors.
Mortar & Pestle is an online literary journal established in 2002. This magazine features the work of undergraduate writers and photographers from universities within the D.C. area. Mortar has also published spoken word in past issues.
These magazines invite you to come out Thursday, May 1, for their Spring Launch Party! Enjoy an open-mic reading and snacks while you pick up magazines hot off the press! Anyone is welcome to read. May 1, 7-9 pm, Marvin Center 404. Take a break from studying and join everyone for a great evening!