The following are campus publications to which many of our Professional Writing majors contribute. Professional Writing students also hold editing or managing positions at these publications.

Essence Fine Arts and Literary Magazine is a collaborative interdisciplinary publication, co-edited by students from the Professional Writing program and the Communication Design department, that showcases the finest visual and verbal work of Kutztown University students.

Email: KU Essence
Professional Writing Advisor: Professor Todd Dodson
Communication Design Advisor: Dr. Kathleen Clair

The Keystone is the student newspaper of Kutztown University. It publishes online every day and is published, in print, every three weeks.  The staff consists of writers, copy editors, photographers, section editors, business managers, web editors, ad sales persons, social media coordinators and multimedia editors.  Students from all majors are welcome.

Email: Keystone
Advisor: Dr. Michael J. Downing

The Keystonia is a magazine of non-fiction and photography prepared by student writers, photographers, and graphic artists.  The magazine serves as a publication of student opinions, interests and passions and accepts such work as profiles, reported articles, and personal essays.  Works related to campus life and student interests are strongly encouraged.

Email: Keystonia
Advisor: Professor Melissa Nurczynski

Shoofly is a student-run literary journal sponsored by the English Department of Kutztown University. Founded in 2004, Shoofly showcases original poetry, short fiction and drama by students and members of the KU community.  Students from all majors are welcome.

Email: Shoofly
Advisor: Professor Jeffrey Voccola

Kutztown University’s English department recently acquired The Journal of Dracula Studies, which is edited by Dr. Curt Herr and Dr. Anne DeLong. This peer-reviewed, academic journal is published yearly and features scholarly articles from around the world on Bram Stoker, Dracula, the Vampire in folklore, fiction, film and popular culture.

Editors: Dr. Curt Herr | Dr. Anne DeLong