Aerie (magazine)

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EditorBenjamin S. Grossberg
CategoriesLiterary magazine
PublisherUniversity of Hartford
First issue1996
CountryUnited States

Aerie is a literary magazine established in 1996 at the University of Hartford, though the journal has roots dating back to the early 1970s. Presently, it is run through a student board.


Aerie was preceded by a small literary magazine, The Hog River Review, that was started in 1972.[1] Other campus publications included: From the Workshop, a product of Friday afternoon get-togethers; Explorations, composed exclusively of freshman literary accomplishments; and Conception, a creation of the English Department’s Honor’s Society, Sigma Tau Delta. When Aerie was started in 1996, it served as a venue for the English Department to publish pieces from the department’s annual writing contest. This new literary magazine was run exclusively by faculty.

Aerie did not exist in its current form until Volume 5 in 2001 when a student editorial board took the reins. The magazine then began accepting submissions from all undergraduate students.[2]

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  1. ^ "Our History | Aerie Literary Journal". Retrieved 2012-04-25.
  2. ^ "Aerie Literary Journal". Facebook. Retrieved 2012-04-25.

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