The English Department publishes three journals, the Robert Frost Review, an annual journal of scholarly essays, news, memoirs, and poetry related to the work and life of Robert Frost; Mississippi Review, a literary magazine published by the Center for Writers; and Product, an annual magazine of student work. The College of Arts & Letters publishes The Southern Quarterly, an internationally-known scholarly journal devoted to the interdisciplinary study of Southern arts and culture.
The latest Robert Frost Review, no. 20, contatins essays by George Monteiro, Grzegorz Kosc, Marit J. MacArthur, Joana Meadvin,and Armond Boudreaux. For subscription information, please contact the Robert Frost Society.
Mississippi Review is a literary magazine published twice yearly by the Center for Writers. Volume 38 contains work by fiction winner Rachel Swearingen, poetry winner Harry Waitzman, and much more. To learn more about Mississippi Review, please visit our website.
Product is edited by the students of the Center for Writers and is representative of a program wholly devoted to the art and the discipline of writing. In each issue, the editorial staff seeks to appreciate and showcase the work of their peers, as well as provide an outlet for the strong voices of Southern Mississippi’s undergraduate writing program. As evidenced in its pages, Product continues to hold to the belief that writing should not simply be defined as art or activity, but as a way of life. View Product online.
The College of Arts and Letters publishes The Southern Quarterly, edited by Distinguished Professor of English, Philip Kolin.