ROUTE 9 LITERARY COLLECTIVE
Wesleyan University and Middletown, Connecticut's
Community of Writing, Art, and Publishing.
The Lavender Vol.7: Threshold is open for submissions! Submit here!
Slate: A Special Issue on Strange Forms is open for submission! Submit here!
WHAT IS ROUTE 9?
Route 9 is a literary collective that was founded in 2020 by Wesleyan student Oliver Egger. The collective publishes multiple magazines and literary projects a year at Wesleyan University and in Middlesex County, Connecticut.
Currently we have four major projects:
Wesleyan University's bi-semester poetry and prose magazine.
Fall 2021: Inaugural Issue: Click here to read!
Winter 2021: Issue 2: Metamorphosis: Click here to read!
Early Spring 2022: Issue 3: Patterns: Click here to read!
Late Spring 2022: Issue 4: Fragment 94: Click here to read!
Fall 2022: Issue 5: Obsessions: Click here to read!
Winter 2022: Issue 6: The Unremarkable: Click here to read!
Early Spring 2023: Issue 7: Threshold: Click here to submit!
An anthology of poetry and prose by Wesleyan University students,
professors, and residents of Middletown, Connecticut.
Book released in September, 2022 by Wesleyan University Press. Click here to order!
A weekly poetry column run by Sofia Baluyut in The Wesleyan Argus.
Open year-round to Wesleyan Students. Submit directly to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A new magazine of found art and writing at Wesleyan University.
The content includes found poems, collage, letters, photography, lists, and more.
Issue One: Click here to read!
Issue Two: Click here to read!
Everything else Route 9 is up to! Including but not limited to:
Sazón: Latin American Culture and Heritage Literary Magazine
Student-Faculty Reading Series
The Poetry Room Exhibit and Zine
Interested in starting your own magazine? Tell us your idea here!
Want to get involved? Email email@example.com for more information!