Yale Literary Magazine

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Yale Literary Magazine
Title page first volume Yale Literary Magazine 1836.jpg
Categories Literary magazine
Frequency Biannual
Publisher Yale University
First issue 1836
Country United States
Language English
Website www.yale.edu/ylit/
ISSN 0196-965X

The Yale Literary Magazine, founded in 1836, is the oldest literary magazine in the United States[1] and publishes poetry and fiction by Yale undergraduates twice per academic year.

The magazine is published biannually; in recent years, it has conducted and published interviews with high-profile twentieth and twenty-first-century literary figures such as Junot Diaz, who won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, Art Spiegelman, who won a Pulitzer Prize for his graphic novel memoir Maus, and Paul Muldoon, the poetry editor for The New Yorker, who won a Pulitzer Prize for Poetry.

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  1. ^ Mott, Frank L. (1930). A History of American Magazines, 1741-1850. 1. Harvard University Press. p. 488. ISBN 9780674395503. 

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