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Spring 2020 Contest: Meet the Judges

The Columbia Journal is now open for submissions to our annual Spring Contest in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Our badass and wonderful judges include Melissa Febos in nonfiction, Analicia Sotelo in poetry, and Kali Fajardo-Anstine in fiction. Melissa Febos is the author of the acclaimed memoir, Whip Smart (St. Martin’s Press 2010), and the essay collection, Abandon Me (Bloomsbury 2017), which […]

Call for Submissions: Black History Month Special Issue

At the Columbia Journal, we believe in creating space for and celebrating traditionally underrepresented voices. While we pursue this aim year round, this February marks our first ever Black History Month special issue. Our website will feature writing and creative expressions from artists reflecting the diversity of the African diaspora, and exploring the necessity of language in our art and lives.

Veterans Day 2019 Special Issue

At the Columbia Journal, we believe that the stories and voices of service members and civilians affected by war should be circulated and contemplated. Today marks our third Veterans Day Special Issue. We hope to honor those who have served, suffered, and survived during times of turmoil by featuring writing and creative expressions inspired by or concerning the military experience.

Call for Submissions: Veterans Day Special Issue

At the Columbia Journal, we believe that the stories and voices of service members and civilians affected by war should be circulated and contemplated. This November marks our third Veterans Day Special Issue. We hope to honor those who have served, suffered, and survived during times of turmoil.Our website will feature writing and creative expressions […]

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