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Sheepshead Review is Open for Submiss...

  Looks like it’s that time of year again, Sheepsheaders! We’re excited to announce the opening of our Calls for Submissions! For the Fall 2016 issue, the content we’re looking for should be as wide and varied as the imagination in your art. As usual, we are sticking to our classic genres of Fiction, Nonfiction, […]

Winter Break is almost Here!

Hello everyone! I’ve found some time to read more submissions from this semester’s Sheepshead Review, and they continue to be amazing! It’s great to see so much talent from our students, as well as see our journal gain popularity and publish work from authors and artists from all over the country! Two of the pieces published […]

The Wait is Over

The day we have all been waiting for has finally arrived. Volume 38, No 1 of Sheepshead Review is officially published and ready for distribution! Pick up a copy for yourself starting tomorrow at 8am at our distribution table in front of the old Grille. Our table will be run from 8am-4pm through Friday the […]

Launch Party Fall 2015

Our latest issue of Sheepshead Review is nearly ready! Feel free to join us on December 9 in the Weidner Center lobby from 3:00-4:30 for our official launch party. There will be food and refreshments, readings of the content, and a chance to meet many of the authors and artists featured in this wonderful issue!

AWP Conference 2015

Imagine a place filled with like-minded individuals, all in love with literature and writing, surrounded by a football field-sized fair with books, publishers, journals and more books. This is exactly what I experienced during my time at the Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) Conference in Minneapolis, Minn. last week. Why does AWP matter, […]

Not Always a High Note

When writing, you attempt to come up with a great attention getter that will eventually lead to a epic climax in your story but usually these stories are disconnected from you, they are not nonfiction. Not all writing is fake, in fact it can be the only truth we read. Memoirs, although they can be […]

Rising Phoenix Contest: 2009-2011

These three issues mark the three final times the Visual Arts winner’s piece was put on the cover of Sheepshead Review. (The 2010 cover doesn’t show whole photo) The judge for the 2009 Visual Arts category, Joe Heller, said “The use of wood (organic) as juxtaposed to the metallic/plastic square adds to the movement from a […]

The Fall 2014 Edition is Here!

Sheepshead Review’s Fall 2014 edition has finally arrived! You can pick one up at our booth in the Union this week or you can grab one at our launch party tonight from 4-6 in Common Grounds Cafe.

Interview with Luke Konkol

Our Fall 2014 issue will be coming out soon filled to the brim with intriguing and entertaining pieces. One of the published writers is our very own Luke Konkol and he was lucky enough to have two pieces accepted! I’m fortunate enough to have a couple classes with the guy and wanted you to learn […]

Common Writing Problems

As an English major, I have had to take on several different forms of writing. Outside of class, I have started several different story lines and within those, I know each different plot point I want to hit. However, there is one problem I face consistently, I suck at writing transitions. So in light of […]