Washington Square Review
Published biannually by the faculty and students of the NYU Graduate Creative Writing Program, Washington Square Review is an innovative, nationally-distributed literary journal featuring fiction, poetry, translations, and interviews. A story from a recent issue, "The Chicane" by Amy Hempel, will appear in Best American Short Stories 2017, guest edited by Meg Wolitzer. Megan Tucker's debut story, "Candidates," from the fall 2017 issue, won the 2018 PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers.
West 10th is a student-edited literary journal for NYU undergraduates sponsored by the Creative Writing Program. Recent issues have included interviews with Leslie Jamison, Alexandra Kleeman, Mira Jacob, and Min Jin Lee, and guest contributions by Kimiko Hahn, Morgan Parker, Jenny Zhang, and Gerald Stern.