Department of English Language and Literatures

The Fogdog Review

The Fogdog Review, Wright State University's literary forum, has been publishing student essays about literature and culture for over 20 years. Over 300 essays by Wright State students and over 40 interviews with visiting scholars and writers as well as Wright State faculty have appeared in the pages of Fogdog.

Due to shifting budget priorities in the College of Liberal Arts, it has been decided that the 2020 issue of The Fogdog Review will be its last. The faculty advisor's "Farewell" to Fogdog appears at the close of the 2020 issue (linked below).

History

The Fogdog Review was established in March 1997 by Professor Annette Oxindine and English majors Brady Allen, Michael Gallagher, Cynthia Marshall Burns, and Kimberly Wells. Both Brady and Cynthia are now senior lecturers in Wright State's Department of English. The Fogdog Review was a print journal from 2019 and was published twice a year until 2011, becoming an annual publication after Wright State moved from quarters to semesters. Print issues are available in the periodicals section of Dunbar Library (call number PN2.F64).

The Fogdog Review has produced 34 issues in its 23 years. Fogdog's final issues (2019 & 2020) are available online (linked below).

2020 and 2019 Issues

The Fogdog Review 2020 and 2019

Related Work

A Love Letter to the Liberal Arts, a 2019 Fogdog video production

 

2020 Issue Editors

Judy Cronenwett, MacKenzie Guthrie, Calen Fledderjohann, Lina Kaufman

Layout, Design, and Production

Judy Cronenwett

2020 Cover Photo

Calen Fledderjohann

Faculty Advisor, Managing Editor

Annette Oxindine

 


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