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A National Graduate Journal
By The Editors
There are so many magazines out there, even just literary and academic ones. What there aren't a ton of are interdisciplinary magazines exclusively for graduate-level creative and scholarly work. One to put on your radar is The Crambo, published by Kennesaw State University in Georgia. The magazine, which was launched last academic year, just dropped its latest issue, Vol 2. Our founder, Christine Sloan Stoddard, has a photo essay in it (plus work in Vol. 1, if you're curious). Here's how the issue's Letter From The Editors starts:
Every grad student, no matter the size of their school, where they reside, or what program they are in, went willingly into the overwhelming chaos of grad school. We are all joined together in this hard world, giving up our time and our sanity, in order to pursue something we love. The work we do is difficult, but it is fulfilling. We thrive on it. Passion is our driving force—the thing that wakes us up in the morning and propels us through our grad school journey.
Read the rest of the letter and download the full PDF for Vol. 2 here.
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