Subscribe to one of the nation's oldest literary magazines. Columbia: A Journal of Literature and Art. Founded at Columbia University in 1977, the Columbia Journal has featured work from Nobel laureates and unknowns, National Book Award winners and newcomers. Our past issues have included everyone from Raymond Carver to Lorrie Moore, Kara Walker, Sharon Olds, Mary Karr, and Joyce Carol Oates.
The Columbia Journal's annual print edition comes out in the Spring, featuring fiction, poetry, nonfiction, art, translation, and more.
Unless indicated below, all new subscribers will begin their subscription with our lastest issue - Issue 57 - published in Spring of 2019 as your first issue. Issue 57 features work by Jenny Holzer, Patti Smith, Jesse Paris Smith, Eileen Myles, Duy Doan, Lili Kobielski, Donika Kelly, and more.
Subscribers to the journal can submit to the Fall 2019 contest for free. Email us at email@example.com if you are a subscriber, and we'll send you the special link to submit!*
BEST OFFER: Subscribe for two years and enter to our contest for free. It’s $25 for the value of $40. Two issues ($30) with one submission free ($10).
*Eligibility: If you have studied at or taught in the Columbia University School of the Arts Writing Program at any time in the past five years, you are ineligible to submit.