The Woodward Review is a new journal edited by graduate students at Wayne State University, trying to collapse the distance between creative, critical, and "academic" writing by highlighting the conversations between them as codependent modes of responding to and moving through the world.
The Woodward Review seeks poetry, prose, art, hybrid and digital media, and the conversations these different forms can inspire. TWR is built on the mutual exchange between creative work and its reception. Whether your response is personal, critical, or creative, collisions with art are never passive.
Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 2 (2023)
In this Issue
David Boyle || Roslyn Dupré ||
Bryce Baron-Sips || Jadyn DeWald || Maggie Kennedy || Emilee Kinney || MA|DE || Gabriel Awuah Mainoo || Carolyn Oliver ||
Audrey Carroll || Jeffrey Doka || Divya Mehrish || Karen Regen-Tuero ||
Volume 2, Issue 2
- Isaac Pickell
- Managing Editor
- Melissa Moore
- Poetry Editor
- Vincent Perrone
- Prose Editor
- Lam Pham
- Jakira Ahmed and Mohamad Houmani
The Woodward Review is edited by graduate students at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. In addition to the names on the masthead, the Review runs because of graduate student readers, faculty advisors, and staff in the Wayne State University Library System and Dean of Students Office.