Undergraduate Student Organizations
Grey City began in 1968 as a weekly arts and culture supplement to The Chicago Maroon until ceasing publication in 1993. The publication was revived in 2008 as a quarterly news magazine printed by The Maroon.
Chicago Shady Dealer, citing itself as "the only intentional humor publication of the University of Chicago", accepts submissions from undergrads, grad students, faculty, administrators, staff and members of the community.
DAX MAG provides students with a space in which they can freely experiment with untraditional forms and content as manifested through poetry, fiction, photography, and art.
A creative writing organization conceived by and for students who love to write but never make time for it.
Founded in the spring of 2000, Euphony is a student-run semiannual literary journal that publishes the poetry and prose of accomplished and aspiring writers from around the country and within the University community.
A student-created and student-published magazine offering a forum for aspiring humorists to develop and showcase their writing talents.
Memoryhouse Magazine is a quarterly publication that curates the personal narratives of the University of Chicago community and beyond through creative writing and visual art. In addition, the organization features a performance ensemble and hosts a variety of literary events, performances, and workshops each quarter.
The Midway Review is a quarterly journal of critical and personal essays examining arts, culture, philosophy and politics. Submissions are accepted from students and recent graduates from all universities.
Sliced Bread publishes short fiction, poetry, dramatic excerpts, creative non-fiction, cultural commentary and opinions, travel writing, photography, drawings, cartoons, and all other forms of two-dimensional art.
Our program mission is to get kids excited about being creative, excited about writing, and excited about creative writing! Volunteers will instruct creative writing activities to groups of students ranging from 2nd grade to 6th grade in local Hyde Park elementary schools' after school programs.
The South Side Weekly is a nonprofit newsprint magazine dedicated to supporting cultural and civic engagement on the South Side, and to providing educational opportunities for developing journalists, writers, and artists.
UChicomics focuses both on reading and making comics of all types--manga, independent, superhero, etc.!
The Writers' Workshop seeks to develop the creative writing ability of its members through the process of workshops and drills.
WYPP is a program in which UChicago students mentor Chicago Youth Programs students to create a quarterly publication that highlights the stories of organizations and people who are making positive contributions to the South-Side community.
Graduate Student Organizations
CWF provides support for the Law School's creative writers through informal meetings in which students share and critique each other's creative work and discuss their creative processes.