The Department of English is a vibrant hub of creative, academic, and public publishing.
It is home to the Arizona Quarterly (Lynda Zwinger, editor), one of the nation’s top journals in American literary studies.
It is also home to the Sonora Review, the oldest student run literary journal in America, and Persona: The Undergraduate Magazine of Art and Literature.
Our faculty members edit a wide range of prominent creative and scholarly publications such as:
- Letter Machine Editions (Joshua Wilson) - A small literary book press that has received National Book Award nominations
- The Fairy Tale Review (Kate Bernheimer) - One of the nation's top critical and creative journals about fairty tales
- The Volta (Joshua Wilson) - An innovative online literary journal
- The Community Literacy Journal (John Warnock) - An award-winning journal about enagement in community literacy
- Diagram (Ander Monson) - An experimental on-line literary journal
- The Journal of Second Language Writing (Christine Tardy) - A top-tier journal in applied linguistics focused on writing in second languages
- Rain Shadow Review (Erec Toso) A journal of creative writing by Arizona prison inmates
Both graduate and undergraduate students in English can be considered for placement as interns with these publications.