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Cottonwood is a national review of the literary arts published once a year in spring/summer. Cottonwood publishes new writers as well as established writers such as Virgil Suarez, Kim Chinquee; Carol Lee Lorenzo; Jesse Lee Kercheval, Joanne Lowery, and Cris Mazza. MFA students serve on the staff of Cottonwood and help edit the journal, and graduate credit is available for editorial interns.
Coal City Review
CCR, established in 1989, is an international journal of poetry, fiction, photography and reviews. CCR publishes the best work submitted, the work of both "established" and "new" writers. We also publish individual collections of poetry, including Gary Lechliter's Under the Fool Moon, John Musgrave's Notes to the Man Who Shot Me: Vietnam Poems, and Matt Porubsky's voyeur poems.
Kiosk and Comma Splice
Kiosk, is an award winning semi-annual publication primarily for KU undergraduates featuring the University of Kansas' premier student art and literature. Begun in 2006 Comma Splice also features the work of KU's talented undergraduate writers.