University of Vermont's Literary and Visual Arts Journal
Vantage Point is the University of Vermont's literary and visual arts journal. Every semester, we encourage students from all disciplines, fields, and areas of interest to submit their poetry, prose, creative nonfiction, and visual art. The editors review these submissions during collaborative weekly meetings, and they publish the accepted pieces in a physical journal handed out twice during the academic year. Vantage Point strives to create a flourishing artistic community by connecting artists and writers and providing them an outlet to put their work out and into the world.
Check out the most recent publications here.
Ali Wood is Co-editor in Chief of Vantage Point. One day she hopes to publish her own books. She has a double major in English and Environmental Studies and a minor in Global Studies. In her spare time Ali likes to read, hike, play with dogs, and eat large quantities of peanut butter.
Caroline Shea is Co-editor in Chief of Vantage Point. She also writes for the Vermont Cynic, covering local music, art, and literature. An English major and Film minor, she spends most of her time reading and avoiding hypothermia.
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