Clarion (magazine)

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Clarion
Front cover of Clarion magazine issue 16, Summer 2013.jpg
Clarion #16, Summer 2013
Editors Jon Maniscalco & Frances Gossen (2013- )
Former editors Jennifer Herron (1997-99)
Josette Akresh (1999-2000)
Zachary Bos (2001-2)
Elizabeth Moss (2002-3)
Garrison Gudenas (2004)
Nicole Norman (2004-5)
Bora Panduku (2005-6)
Tom Simmons & Matthew Lemoyne (2006-7)
Juliet Johnson (2007-8)
Sandy SooHoo (2008-9)
Sara Trotta (2009-10)
Monica Gribouski (2011-2)
Categories Poetry
Prose
Reviews
Interviews
Frequency Annually
Publisher The Pen & Anvil Press and Boston University
First issue Spring 1998
Country United States
Based in Boston, Massachusetts
Language English
Website bu.edu/clarion
ISSN 2150-6795

Clarion is a literary magazine founded at Boston University in 1998.

History[edit]

The first issue, titled ? (stylized as The Staff Issue of ?) was published by an undergraduate student group named the Boston University Literary Society. Subsequent issues were released under the name Clarion.

In the beginning Clarion only published the writing of Boston University students. In 2008, the editors opened submissions to all writers, regardless of their affiliation with the University.

In 2011, The Pen & Anvil Press, an independent Boston-based publisher operated by the nonprofit Boston Poetry Union, took over responsibility for publishing Clarion, in cooperation with BULS and BU.[1]

In 2013, The Review Review included Clarion on its list of notable Boston-based literary magazines.[2]

Boston University Literary Society[edit]

The Boston University Literary Society was originally founded as Boston University Students for Literary Awareness in Fall 1997, under the leadership of Jennifer Herron. The original members intended to publish a magazine titled The View from a Window, though it was then renamed, becoming ? (and then Clarion) and ultimately released in Spring 1998.

In 2009, the Literary Society started Burn, a students-only showcase of edgier experimental writing, and in 2010 offered the editors of formerly independent publications, Back Bay Review (art criticism) and Pusteblume (literary translation) a home under the Boston University Literary Society administration. In the fall semester of 2013, the organization members launched a new campus-only magazine, titled Coup d'Etat,[3] while maintaining their relationship as co-sponsor of Clarion and the other publications.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Clarion at Boston University". Boston University. Retrieved 17 March 2013. 
  2. ^ "Boston-based literary magazines". The Review Review. Retrieved 9 January 2014. 
  3. ^ "An Evening with Coup D’Etat". Retrieved 7 March 2014. 

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