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...
Submit your poetry, fiction, and nonfiction to the 2019 Columbia Journal Spring Contest, judged by Tommy Pico, Alexandra Kleeman, and Kiese Laymon.
These essays, stories, poems, interviews, and reviews were among our most-read posts in 2018.
Submit your poetry, fiction, and nonfiction to the 2018 Columbia Journal Winter Contest, judged by Jericho Brown, Lauren Wilkinson, and Alexander Chee.
Join us for an evening of readings from Columbia Journal editors and advisors at KGB Bar on October 30.
To celebrate Banned Books Week, the Columbia Journal staff has compiled a list of favorite banned and challenged books.
One thought repeated itself: What is happening to my country?
We're delighted to announce the new print issue of Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art.
Earthworm My mornings come fraught with bushwhackings and darkness. Speechless and blind, the rewards prove inadequate: the never-ending mouthfuls of filth. A pear-shaped brain. Fulllength...
Security’s on him soon as he struts through the door. Profiling ain’t right, man.
Today is the first day of my last period.
I’ve been invited to this place despite my job, despite our looming money problems.