Student Publications

The student body at Sarah Lawrence College writes and produces publications in various genres and styles. Here’s a look at our current publications, all of which welcome new student involvement.

The Phoenix

Sarah Lawrence’s campus newspaper is run entirely by students—and everyone in the community is encouraged to submit articles and photographs. Students also contribute copyediting skills and other journalistic talents. Contact | Read online

SLCSpeaks

An online blog that publishes content on a range of topics including student academic accomplishments, on-campus student life, and various forms of student artwork. Contact | Read online

Dark Phrases 

An annual literary publication featuring the artistic work of students, faculty, and staff of color. Submissions include poetry, prose, short stories, and art. Contact

The Sarah Lawrence College Literary Review 

A publication showcasing the exemplary talent of the Sarah Lawrence writing community. The Review publishes a wide range of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and visual art. Contact

The Annual

The Sarah Lawrence College yearbook. The yearbook captures a year’s worth of memories from the student body. Students are encouraged to submit their favorite pictures, stories, and memories. Contact

The Visual Art Review

A selective publication that exhibits the diverse range of art produced by the Sarah Lawrence community. Contact

Lumina

An annual literary journal featuring the art, prose, short stories, and poetry of Sarah Lawrence graduate students. Contact | Visit the Lumina site

The Cliffhanger

The Cliffhanger is a publication dedicated to short, simple, and incomplete works. This miniature-sized publication is unique in both scale and content, providing an outlet for pieces that often would not be included in traditional publications. Contact