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The Spring 2017 Issue is Here!

We’d like to thank all of the talented contributors for their great work. We would also like to thank the Gatsby Foundation for their generosity. We hope you enjoy reading this issue as much as we enjoyed putting it together.      

Ed’s Story

  Ed owns the road. I don’t. And he does the hard work. You can tell that by the cracks in his hands. He looks fearsome if you don’t know him with those pitted cheeks and hard stone eyes. He’s fearsome even if you do know him.   The title to that stretch of asphalt, route 87, is held by Ed when he grips the wheel of his old pickup, cranks it up to high gear, and rattles and rocks and farts his way to the next job.   He works for no one but himself, takes no shit from…

The Fall 2016 Issue is Here!

We’d like to thank all of the talented contributors for their great work. We would also like to thank the Gatsby Foundation for their generosity. We hope you enjoy reading this issue as much as we enjoyed putting it together.

Apply to Join the Columbia Review!

The Columbia Review is accepting applications for board members! We are the oldest college literary magazine in the nation, and we publish poetry and prose not only by Columbia students but also by writers from all over the country and even the world. You can read some of our past issues here. Board meetings are Wednesday nights at 8:30 pm. Board applications are here. They’re due by Friday, September 16th at 11:59 p.m. Good luck!

Apply to Join the Columbia Review

We are now accepting applications to join our editorial board for the upcoming academic year. Members of our board meet weekly to discuss submissions to our magazine, plan events and fundraisers, brainstorm blog pitches, and more. The Columbia Review is the oldest college literary magazine in the country, and has published the likes of John Ashbery,…

The Spring 2015 Issue Is Here

We’d like to thank all of talented contributors for their great work. We would also like to thank the Gatsby Foundation for their generosity. We hope you enjoy reading this issue as much as we enjoyed putting it together.  

Open Call for Cover Art

We’re looking for visual art to publish in our magazine. We need artwork for both the cover and the magazine’s contents. Submit your photographs, drawings, and other visual art today to TheColumbiaReview@Gmail.com for a chance to see your artwork published on the cover of our magazine. We’re looking forward to seeing your work. Be sure to…

Apply to the Spring 2015 Editorial Board

The Columbia Review is looking for new members to join its editorial board. Board members meet weekly to discuss submissions to the magazine, and select pieces for publication. Members are also involved in planning and promoting events, raising money, writing for our blog, and more. If you’re a Columbia student who loves discussing literature, The Review is a great way to get involved with literary life on campus. The application can be found below. Upon completing it, please email it to us at TheColumbiaReview@Gmail.com. All applications are due by Thursday, February 26th at 6:00 P.M. Unfortunately, due to volume, we will only be…

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Sign up today for the The Columbia Review mailing list to stay up to date on submission deadlines, events, new releases, blog pitches, and more. Joining our mailing list is a great way to stay connected to the broader Columbia Review community. To sign up, send an email to TheColumbiaReview@gmail.com with the subject line “The Columbia Review Mailing List.” In the body of your email, please provide your name, and your affiliation with Columbia University (if any). From there, you’ll receive our newsletters, release announcements, blog pitches, submission calls, and more. The Columbia Review mailing list is also a great way for Columbia Students…