Vermillion Literary Project Magazine

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Vermillion Literary Project Magazine  
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
'VLP Magazine'
Discipline Literary journal
Language English
Edited by Marcella Remund
Publication details
University of South Dakota Press (USA)
Publication history
Frequency Annual
LCCN 85163267
OCLC no. 12664889

The Vermillion Literary Project Magazine is an award-winning American literary magazine distributed by the University of South Dakota. The student-produced journal has been in publication since 1982 and is the culmination of the Vermillion Literary Project.[1]

The annual journal publishes art, essays and short stories[2] that center on a regional theme,[3] but make exceptions for distinguished work from world-wide submissions.[4] The journal receives thousands of submissions annually and has an acceptance rate of 1%, with a large number of acceptances coming from work produced about experiences in South Dakota.

The literary magazine uses a blind review process and is affiliated with the National Writing Project.[5]

The Vermillion Literary Project Magazine publishes works centered on a specific theme that changes each year, and the journal is edited entirely by USD students, while faculty advises the process.


  1. ^ "Vermillion Literary Project Papers, 1982-1999" (PDF). I. D. Weeks Library Archives and Special Collections. University of South Dakota. Archived from the original (pdf) on April 28, 2013. Retrieved 2012-08-04. 
  2. ^ "title unknown". Retrieved 2012-08-04. [not in citation given](Search engine results page)
  3. ^ Bedard, Brian, ed. (1997). "The South Dakota Face". South Dakota review. University of South Dakota. 
  4. ^ "Organizations". Retrieved 2012-08-04. 
  5. ^ Smith, Mary Ann (June 1996). "The National Writing Project after 22 Years". The Phi Delta Kappan. 77 (10): 688–692. JSTOR 20405682. 

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