The Ignatian Literary Magazine is the University of San Francisco's student-run literary journal, founded during the 1910-1911 school year. Over the years, the Ignatian has appeared in a multitude of iterations, ranging from a lit mag/alumni magazine/sports report to a quarterly publication for the work of students, faculty and staff.
Now, in its current form, we publish a collection of riveting poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction and art from Bay Area residents and beyond. We are currently accepting submissions for Volume 28, which will debut in the Spring of 2016. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
- Submissions should not have been previously published elsewhere.
- As we now read submissions blindly, contributors should not have their name on any part of the document itself.
- Multiple submissions in all categories are welcome.
- All submissions must be clearly titled.
- All submissions must include a 50-word third-person bio.
- Editors' Choice Award: In each literary category, the section editor will select a favorite piece; the author of this piece will then receive a $50 gift card of their choice
- Please submit a 300 dpi, high-res image of your art
- There is no limit to the number of pieces you may submit
- Submit only your original creative work
- No title for your artwork is required; we accept both titled and untitled work (if untitled, your work will be named as "Untitled" in the issue)