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Submit Your Creative Work to the Laurentian Magazine

The Laurentian Magazine is published by the St. Lawrence University Department of English but we are providing information here for our Art students.


Laurentian Magazine Flier

Autumn 2023 Deadline: Friday, November 3, 2023

Editorial Policy

The magazine looks for art/photos, fiction, non-fiction, and poetry for each edition from SLU students.
Laurentian Magazine Instagram: @thelaurentianmag


Submit works to:


10 pages maximum, double-spaced lines, 3 Submissions per person maximum. Submit as a PDF or Docx format file.
Submit as a high resolution (300DPI) JPEG photo of the work. No limit of submissions per person.

Launch Party

Autumn 2023 Issue (Copies Available)


Editorial Board

Autumn 2023 Issue

  • Editor in Chief —
  • Managing Editor —
  • Senior Poetry Editor —
  • Senior Fiction Editor —
  • Senior Nonfiction Editor —
  • Senior Arts & Photography Editor —

Academic Advisor

Previous Editions

Information about past issues of The Laurentian Magazine can be found by expanding the sections below. Older information about previous issues can be found on the Laurentian Magazine website.

Spring 2023 Issue

  • Editor in Chief — Alexandra Hill (
  • Managing Editor — Paige Meshcon (
  • Senior Poetry Editor — Colin Smith (
  • Senior Fiction Editor — Caroline Martindale
  • Senior Nonfiction Editor — Abby Lateer
  • Senior Arts & Photography Editor — Melanie Hernandez

Autumn 2022 Issue

Spring 2022 Issue

Autumn 2021 Issue

Spring 2023 Issue (Copies Available)

Friday, May 5, 2023, 5 pm — Winston Room (first floor of the Sullivan Student Center)
Copies of the Spring 2023 Issue will be available in the Winston Room.

Spring 2022 Issue

Friday, May 6, 2022, 5 pm — Launch Party, Winston Room (first floor of the Sullivan Student Center)
Copies of the Spring 2022 Issue will be available in the Winston Room (first floor of the Sullivan Student Center). This is a joint launch party with the SLU Review and UBUNTU (the first BIPOC magazine on campus). Besides pizza, student authors, and picking up a copy of the magazine: Check out other publications on campus as well!