Welcome to the St. Andrews College Press!
Since its inception in 1969, St. Andrews Press has published over 200 volumes of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction, of which over 80 are still in print. Distinguished authors whose works have been printed by us include Anthony S. Abbott, Barry Gifford, Stephen Gyllenhaal, Joel Oppenheimer, Sam Ragan, Hiroaki Sato, Shelby Stephenson, and many others. Our latest publications include Scheherazade and Other Poems by Margaret Boothe Baddour and The View from the Void by Bobby G. Price.
As the nation's first undergraduate press, we continue to encourage the publication of excellent writing. We are home to CAIRN: The St. Andrews Review, our nationally recognized literary magazine; the original St. Andrews Review was called by the late Allen Ginsberg "the best, most up-to-date literary magazine since the Black Mountain Review.” Additionally, we publish Gravity Hill, a campus literary magazine.
The Alan Bunn Memorial Chapbook competition annually sees outstanding St. Andrews University student writers honored with the publication of a manuscript of fiction, non-fiction, poetry, stage or screenwriting, or a combination thereof. This competition is blindly judged by professional writers. Recent judges include poet/professor James Reiss; St. Andrews alumni Beth Copeland, John Lawson, and John Williamson; and well-known poet Theodore Enslin.
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