Journal of Art & Literature

Sheepshead Review publishes both a Spring and Fall issue each featuring both written and visual arts.

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Rising Phoenix Contest

Each spring, the best submission in each category is chosen by an outside judge and featured in the journals.

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Sheepshead History

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Call for submissions!

Hello everyone! It’s that time of the year again, it’s time to submit. We, the Sheepshead Review, are ready to receive your submissions. As of now, our categories haven’t changed: Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, and Visual Arts. Also our annual Rising Phoenix contest is back for our UWGB students, so make sure you submit to the correct […]

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 […]

An Interview with Lisa Fay Coutley

Our Managing editor, Roberto, got the chance to interview Lisa Fay Coutley, an award winning poet who happens to be an alumna of UW-Green Bay. During her time at UWGB, Coutley was part of the “Sheepshead Revival”, the journal’s staff that brought the issue back to life after it was neglected for a few years in […]

Dr. Meacham’s First Issue

Sheepshead Review’s Volume 24, Issue 1 was published in 2003 after a four year gap where no issues were printed. It also happened to be the first issue that our professor, Dr. Meacham was the advisor for! This issue was 80 pages long and only features the colors black, white, and red on the cover. […]

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 […]

90s Nostalgia- Sheepshead Revue Editi...

  Welcome to the glorious decade of the 1990’s! Volume 16, no. 1 of Sheepshead Revue was the first issue to be printed like a booklet and not a newspaper. It grew in size from 18 to 64 pages! The advisor switched from Julie King to Jeff Benzow, who is still a design arts professor […]

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!

Sheepshead Revue: Volume 14 No 2, Spr...

To close out the decade, this is the last journal I will be reviewing from the 80’s. It’s also the last issue I’m reviewing that was published in newspaper format. And for some reason, we are back to being known as Sheepshead Revue, instead of Review. The first poem, “College Life” by Jenyfer Finstrom is a dramatic tale of […]

What Happened to Charlie?

Hey everyone, I’m back with the update on the conclusion my last post ended with, and here to tell you about what happened to Charlie! Unfortunately, it’s not a happy ending. He didn’t die or anything like that, but on his speed high he showed Hank some completely senseless, meaningless poems he wrote. The most […]

Sheepshead Review- 1985

This issue of Sheepshead Review definitely has the most interesting cover I’ve ever seen. I can imagine the staff back in the day fighting over whether to put these hilarious photos on the cover, or something more serious. The photos make absolutely no sense and Mr. Yak Man’s shirt says “inspire one another” on the back. […]