Airplane Reading is a magazine devoted to nonfiction about air travel. Since 2011, the magazine has published hundreds of stories and attracted a wide, international audience of readers and writers. It is co-edited by Dr. Christopher Schaberg and Dr. Mark Yakich, and often employs student interns.
New Orleans Review, an international journal of literature and culture, was founded at Loyola in 1968. The journal is edited by Dr. Lindsay Sproul, alongside students who have the opportunity to work on the magazine through ENGL-A406 “Editing & Literary Publishing/NOR Internship.” The journal publishes two digital issues each year—one issue devoted to a special topic.
Object Lessons is a series of concise, affordable, beautifully designed books based around singular objects and the lessons they hold. The series was co-founded and is co-edited by Dr. Christopher Schaberg, and is published by Bloomsbury Academic. Students have the chance to work on the series as part of a regular course offering, or by independent study.
Critical and Creative Arts Publication (CCAP) is run by Loyola students and advised by Dr. Timothy Welsh. Under CCAP are various entities, including Revisions, the undergraduate literary magazine, and Reader’s Response, a journal dedicated to undergraduate academic writing.