Glyph: SFUAD's annual literary journal
Glyph is the department’s annual student-run literary magazine. Creative Writing majors make up the editorial staff and curate the submissions for Glyph, SFUAD’s literary magazine that is open to submission from all current students across campus.
Along the way, Glyph’s editors collaborate with Graphic Design majors in order to create a literary journal that not only contains incredible writing, but is also a beautifully designed collection. Glyph is your chance to see your work in print before you graduate – as well as an opportunity to gain hands-on professional practice on its editorial staff.
Glyph has been student-edited and student-run for over 20 years and is a vital component of the program. It accepts submissions in fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, and cross genre work. In addition, student editors plan and sponsor a year-end celebration marking the issue’s publication and determine the year’s Best New Voice – an award given to a writer appearing in Glyph for the first time. Creative writing faculty also determine awards for the best pieces of student writing published in each genre.