Quick ContactEckerd Review
4200 54th Avenue South
St. Petersburg, FL 33711
Eckerd College saw its first literary magazine, Incite, published in 1966. Since that time, almost everything about that publication has changed several times over; from the title to the page size to the editorial tastes, from the funding and scope to the print run, our magazine has led many lives. But one thing has remained constant: students' commitment to publishing the best literature and art from Eckerd College.
If you are curious about the arts at Eckerd College, our annual journal is likely the best place to start exploring our community of writers and artists. As students, we know that the work in our pages represents not just the individual talent at Eckerd but also the collaborative spirit of our artistic endeavors. Workshops and intense discussions late into the morning, the tight bond of artists sharing studio space, and the free critique of colleagues' work: these are the ideals and characteristics of the Eckerd community.
Faculty, alumni, staff, ASPEC and OLLI colleagues all know this. That is why their work also appears in our pages. Once a developing craftsperson encounters the free exchange of ideas that we have grown to value above all else, he or she continues to support and participate in that exchange, often for his or her whole life. As a publication, Eckerd Review always has and always will rely on that intellectual generosity.
Please take a moment to get acquainted with Eckerd Review. Explore our site and read through our journal (it's free!). Bookmark us and stay updated on the latest happenings and editions. Take a look at our submission policies, and if you are a member of the Eckerd community, please send us your work!
We are proud to be a part of Eckerd Review, and we're grateful for the support of the Eckerd College community. Thanks for visiting our site.
*Please note that starting this year, all submissions will be automatically considered for both the print and online issues.
Sincerely, Eckerd Review Staff