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The TUSKEGEE REVIEW is an online magazine of Tuskegee University.

In April 2023, Garrett Ashley and The Department of Modern Languages, Communication, and Philosophy at Tuskegee University launched the first online issue of Tuskegee Review. The inaugural issue promotes TU students' work in fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and art. We are now seeking work from  national and international writers and artists. Our editors and readers are students of Tuskegee University, and our tastes are eclectic; we hope only to see the best work you have to offer.

 

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Editor-in-Chief: Garrett Ashley

Garrett Ashley is an Assistant Professor of English (Creative Writing) at Tuskegee University. His debut collection, Periphylla and Other Deep Ocean Attractions, is forthcoming at Press 53 in May 2024. His fiction has appeared in The Normal School, Sonora Review, Asimov's Science Fiction, Reed Magazine, DIAGRAM, and Moon City Review, among others, and has been mentioned in Ellen Datlow's Best Horror of the Year series, nominated for a pushcart prize, and shortlisted for several book prizes. 

Managing Editor: Fallon Brannon

Fallon Brannon is a senior English/Contemporary Writing major and Global Humanities minor at Tuskegee University. Born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, she is the founder and president of the Golden Tiger Cinema Club and Research Assistant for the Tuskegee University Global Office. She is also a self-taught screenwriter and has the desire to work in the scripted television industry for the opportunity to highlight and create more Black-led young-adult narratives.

Editor: Jessica Halsey

Jessica Halsey is a graduating senior from McCalla, Alabama majoring in English. During her time at Tuskegee University, she was a journalist for the TU Campus Digest and served as a University Ambassador. As she is extremely passionate about 20th-century African-American literature, Jessica has also presented at numerous academic conferences and is a 2022 cohort member of the Moore Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program at UNC Chapel Hill.  In the fall of 2023, she will pursue her MA in English at Virginia Tech and be a member of the Juneteenth Scholars Program.

Editor: ShaVon Luckey

ShaVon Luckey is a journalist, poet, editor, and literature enthusiast hailing from the San Fernando Valley. She is currently pursuing a degree in English and Sociology at Tuskegee University. In the near future, she plans on releasing a book of poetry and landing a position with a publication firm.

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