What do we publish?

Corridors publishes original student work, including pieces of fiction, poetry, nonfiction, art, and photography. We will also consider other creative works, such as comics and essays. Please email us at corridors@loyola.edu if you have questions about a unique creative piece that you would like us to consider for publication.


How many pieces can I submit? / Can I submit to multiple genres?

We have a submission limit of 5 photos or art pieces per individual.


How do I submit? and/or How do I format my submission?

Please include your last name in the file name. Send in all written pieces as .doc or .docx files. Photography submissions and art scans must be at least 300 dpi resolution and must be send as JPEGs.



When do I submit?

Each year, we have two deadlines. The first deadline is on November 27th, and the second and final deadline for the year that is the spring submission.

The reason that we have two deadlines is to allow our staffs to have ample time to read all submissions, and we strongly appreciate submissions getting in before the first deadline; however, there is no penalty to submitting before the second and final deadline instead.


When/How can I get a copy of Corridors?

Keep an eye out for our annual release party at the end of the year in late April to receive a first-look copy of Corridors as well as enjoy snacks and live readings. After the release party, copies of Corridors may be found throughout the writing department as well as other select locations on campus. Corridors is absolutely free. Take a copy and enjoy.

If you would like to see our 2016 issue click here:



How can I apply to be on the staff?

We accept new staff applications at the beginning of every school year. See the news section above. Our staffs are friendly, co-operative, and dedicated to the production of Corridors. We love to accept new members onto our teams. You do not have to be a writing or English major to apply or submit. Corridorsis open to all majors.

Please email and additional questions to corridors@loyola.edu.


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