Celebrate Art and Literature
The Wisconsin Review was founded in 1966, making it the oldest literary journal in Wisconsin. The Review celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2016. Our goal at the Wisconsin Review is to present the best contemporary fiction, poetry, artwork, and photography to a discerning public. We seek out talented, established authors as well as unpublished up-and- comers nationally and internationally, and we are pleased to publish exemplary examples of traditional craftsmanship alongside cutting-edge experimental work. We believe that the defining criteria of any art is purity of voice. It is to these voices we are drawn, and it is their words that we provide to the campus community, Oshkosh community, the statewide literary community, and to all of our subscribers across the country and abroad.
“The man who does not read books has no advantage over the man that cannot read them.” –Mark Twain