The Iowa Review — A nationally renowned print literary magazine founded in 1970; publishes fiction, poetry, and essays three times per year.
91st meridian — An electronic publication of the UI's International Writing Program; aims to contribute to general reading beyond the (national, linguistic, cultural) borders of the Anglophone sphere.
Walt Whitman Quarterly Review — The official journal of the Walt Whitman Studies Association; publishes essays about Whitman, his influence, his cultural contexts, his life, and his work.
Philological Quarterly — An international refereed journal that welcomes submissions on any aspect of medieval European and modern literature and culture.
Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies — A peer-reviewed publication that mixes traditional approaches and contemporary interventions in the interdisciplinary humanities and interpretive social sciences.
Earthwords — The University of Iowa's original undergraduate literary review. earthwords strives to showcase the creative works of UI undergraduates in literature and the arts while providing students with the educational experience of producing a literary magazine.
Ink Lit Mag — Created by and for students, Ink Lit Mag is an undergraduate literary review at the University of Iowa, dedicated to showcasing the works of first year students and alumni of the Iowa Writer's Living Learning Community.
Boundless — Published by The Translate Iowa Project, a student organization at the University of Iowa dedicated to undergraduate translation in all its forms: literary, environmentally, and culturally.
Exchanges — Published biannually, Exchanges is a journal of literary translation. Founded in 1989 by poet and translator Daniel Weissbort, Exchanges has published the work of award-winning writers and translators across the country and the globe. Exchanges is edited by current students of the Iowa Translation Workshop.