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CNW:2991 Publishing I: Intro Literary Publishing - Fall 2023: Home

Library Links - Reminder

General Research Tips - Reminder

  • Search for each term in InfoHawk+ and ArchivesSpace. Look at the subjects that are listed with interesting resources.
  • Pro Tip: Once you are in InfoHawk+, click on the "Sign In" link in the upper right corner. Sign in with your HawkID and password and you will be able to pin resources, request items more easily, and save searches.
  • If you need a peer-reviewed, scholarly, or academic article (lots of words for the same idea!), select "Peer-reviewed journal" from the left side of InfoHawk+. (Some databases have a peer-reviewed filter as well!)
  • Look at the footnotes and bibliography of scholarly articles and dissertations - they can lead you to related sources!
  • The first sources that you find may not be the best. Keep looking!


The resources listed in this guide will help you find information to inspire your writing for CNW:2991 Publishing I: Intro Literary Publishing. This guide will also help you become more familiar with zines - how to find them and how to create them.

If you have questions or problems, contact your librarian!

And don't forget to check back for the dates of the pop-up Zine workshops that will be held in the Main Library this semester!

Finding Literary Journals

The most recent physical copies of literary journals can be found in The Perch, on the first floor of Main Library. You can find more information, including links to journal websites and online archives, as well as publications from the Magid Center Undergraduate Literary Journals. 

If you would like to peruse older copies of literary journals, search InfoHawk+ by journal title. Some will be held as physical copies, bound, and arranged alphabetically by title. Others are available online. 


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Rita Soenksen
The University of Iowa Libraries
100 Main Library
Iowa City, IA 52242
(319) 467-4617

Color photo of multiple zines

Source: Binghamton University, Pipe Dream.

Land Acknowledgement

The University of Iowa is located on the homelands of the Ojibwe/Anishinaabe (Chippewa), Báxoǰe (Iowa), Kiikaapoi (Kickapoo), Omāēqnomenēwak (Menominee), Myaamiaki (Miami), Nutachi (Missouri), Umoⁿhoⁿ (Omaha), Wahzhazhe (Osage), Jiwere (Otoe), Odawaa (Ottawa), Póⁿka (Ponca), Bodéwadmi/Neshnabé (Potawatomi), Meskwaki/Nemahahaki/Sakiwaki (Sac and Fox), Dakota/Lakota/Nakoda (Sioux), Sahnish/Nuxbaaga/Nuweta (Three Affiliated Tribes) and Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) Nations. The following tribal nations, Umoⁿhoⁿ (Omaha Tribe of Nebraska and Iowa), Póⁿka (Ponca Tribe of Nebraska), Meskwaki (Sac and Fox of the Mississippi in Iowa), and Ho-Chunk (Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska) Nations continue to thrive in the State of Iowa and we continue to acknowledge them.


Click here for the Acknowledgement of Land and Sovereignty from the UI Native American Council.