The Windsor Review: A Journal of the Arts, published biannually by the University of Windsor's Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. The Windsor Review features poetry, short fiction and art of a high caliber, as well as interviews with prominent authors and artists.
RAMPIKE Magazine in print since 1979, and edited by Karl Jirgens, this publication features stellar literary and artistic expression by internationally celebrated authors, artists and critics including: Vito Acconci, Kathy Acker, Fernando Aguiar, Rae Armantrout, Paul Auster, Carla Bertola, Derek Beaulieau, Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm, Russell Banks, Gary Barwin, Greg Betts, Charles Bernstein, bill bissett, Julien Blaine, Christian Bök, Chris Burden, Christian Burgaud, Louis Cabri, William Burroughs, Joseph Beuys, George Bowering, Nicole Brossard, George Elliott Clarke, Margaret Christakos, Alan Davies, Cyril Dabydeen, Frank Davey, Chris Dewdney, Jacques Derrida, Tom Dilworth, Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Paul Dutton, Umberto Eco, Ray Federman, David French, Vera Frenkel, Jean-Claude Gagnon, Marty Gervais, John Giorno, Eugen Gomringer, James Gray, Terry Griggs, Noel Harding, Bernard Heidsieck, Brian Henderson, Dick Higgins, Tomson Highway, Susan Holbrook, Linda Hutcheon, Hal Jaffe, Thomas King, Richard Kostelanetz, Julia Kristeva, Robert Kroetsch, Robert Lepage, Karen Mac Cormack, Steve McCaffery, Nicole Markotic, Daphne Marlatt, Robert Mapplethorpe, Eugene McNamara, Gustav Morin, Daniel David Moses, Alistair MacLeod, Richard Martel, Marshall McLuhan, David McFadden, Roy Miki, Norval Morrisseau, Andra Neiburga, Louise Nevelson, bp Nichol, Joyce Carol Oates, Lance Olsen, Dennis Oppenheim, NourbeSe Philip, Nino Ricci, Stuart Ross, Jerome Rothenberg, R. Murray Schafer, Antanas Sileika, Steven Ross Smith, Rosemary Sullivan, Phillipe Sollers, Pete Spence, David Suzuki, Steve Tomasula, Lola Lemire Tostevin, Richard Truhlar, Gerald Vizenor, Fred Wah, Anne Waldman, David Foster Wallace & Yevgeny Yevtushenko, to name only a few. Check the Rampike web-page to see back issues featuring other writers and artists of excellence.
RAMPIKE has been praised by critics such as Wayne Grady (Globe & Mail), Jason McBride (Quill & Quire) Michael Basinski (The Small Magazine Review, NY), and Marjorie Perloff (Stanford U) and is distributed internationally. RAMPIKE has been in print for over 3 decades.
Generation is part of a long tradition of literary and artistic creativity in the English Department and across the University of Windsor. For well over 30 years, students in the department of English have sought out the finest examples of their peers' work, edited, and published it in one of Ontario's oldest student publications.