SLAB is a student-run and award-winning literary magazine that has won national recognition. Students work with emerging and already established writers from throughout the U.S. and internationally. Recently, the magazine won the National Program Director's Prize from the Association of Writers and Writing Programs. Each year student leaders showcase the magazine at the AWP creative writing conference in urban areas like Chicago, Seattle, New York, and Washington, D.C. Students may also learn how to create and publish sound and oral history projects.
"SLAB manages to combine a cohesive editorial vision with diversity of content, favoring language-conscious prose and poetry that take risks of one kind or another. The journal publishes a strong mix of emerging and somewhat more established writers, offering a venue for interesting work that falls just outside the purview of some better-known publications." --Elise Blackwell, AWP judge, University of South Carolina
Learn more about SLAB from our students and faculty in this YouTube video.