|UW–Milwaukee Department of English Graduate Program
The graduate program at UWM has earned a national reputation because of
its commitment to exploring innovative alternatives in English studies.
Through its structure of concentrations and course offerings, the Department
promotes original approaches to a broad range of topics in literature, language,
writing, and visual culture.
|Wisconsin Arts Board|
|Woodland Pattern Book Center
This nationally renowned little shop is a haven of quality independent presses
and literary journals. Come for the cream city review and stay for the books and
|Boswell Book Co.
Continuing the tradition of long-time independent booksellers Harry W. Schwartz and A. David Schwartz, the Boswell Book Co. carries a mix of popular, academic, and local titles, and a reputation for stocking the shelves with the favorites of their discerning booksellers. They also frequently host author events and book club meetings. Pick up a copy of cream city review and one of Conrad’s recommended titles.
|e-Keltoi: Journal of Interdisciplinary Celtic Studies
An interdisciplinary journal from the Center for Celtic Studies at the University
of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The journal provides free access to cutting-edge,
peer-reviewed articles solicited to address specific themes from a range
of cross-disciplinary and international perspectives.
|Wisconsin Humanities Council|
|The Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP)The AA Independent Press Guide|
|Black ClockMid-American Review|