Bricolage is the annual literary and visual arts journal published at the University of Washington. For over thirty years, we have published prose, poetry, and visual art created by anyone associated with the UW, including undergraduate and graduate students, staff, faculty, and alumni of the Seattle, Bothell, and Tacoma campuses. Although supported and advised by the UW’s Department of English, we are a wholly student-run organization. Our staff is comprised of seven undergraduate volunteers who oversee all publicity, fundraising, editing, production, and distribution of the Bricolage journal. We collect submissions during summer, fall, and winter quarters of the school year and publish during spring quarter.
We produce a high-quality publication every year to showcase the abundance of artistic talent in the UW community–but regardless of whether you are an art creator or an art consumer, a part of the University of Washington or someone interested in literary and artistic talent, we invite you to be a part of the Bricolage community! Email us to find out how to get involved!
Seeking Volunteer Reviewers
Bricolage needs volunteer reviewers to help us read and view our wonderful prose, poetry, and visual arts submissions! This is a great opportunity to gain hands-on publishing experience and meet other Huskies passionate about literature and the arts!
To get involved, please email the editor of the section(s) you want to review:
Visual Arts: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please keep in mind, you cannot submit to and review for the same section, but if you are interested in submitting to one of the sections, you are more than welcome to review for other sections. For further information about our process, visit our FAQ!
Bricolage Issue 37
Now available for purchase in the English Advising Office and at Open Books: a Poem Emporium.
S. H. O'Connell
Emily Gresham Beamer