Steam Ticket: A Third Coast Review is now accepting submissions for Volume 18 (deadline March 15, 2015). Please refer to our submission guidelines. Volume 17, released in April, 2014, features fine work by Lee Chilcote, Laura Glenn, Brad Johnson, Gary Lark, Bruce McCandless, Sean Prentiss, and Kelly Talbot, among many other talented writers and artists. To get a copy, please go to our “contact” tab.
Steam Ticket: a Third Coast Review is published each April. A nationally-distributed journal, we publish the best poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction we can get our hands on, from both prize-winning writers and from new and emerging writers.
Steam Ticket History:
Founded In 1996 by members of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse English department, Steam Ticket is staffed by a dedicated team of student editors and readers enrolled in English 320: Literary Journal Production/Publication. We commit ourselves to celebrating diversity in the selection of our content.
English 320: Literary Journal Production
This class of well-read students collaborates to review hundreds of submissions before selecting pieces they believe to have the highest literary merit. Students assume roles as editors and readers, and the process is overseen (but not controlled) by a professor who has experience in creative writing and publishing.