The Quadrangle is the college's literary and visual arts magazine. It publishes annually in the spring semester works of poetry, fiction and non-fiction prose, photography, artwork, essays, interviews, song lyrics, and short plays.
The Quadrangle was founded in the 1951-1952 academic year, and it was the fourth literary magazine at Canisius. The first moderator was Roger B. Dooley, a former graduate and English professor. It was given the name Quadrangle because of its original quarterly publication and representation of the buildings that formed a quadrangle on the main campus.
Submissions & Selection
Submissions are accepted all-year round. To make a submission, create an account at the online submission manager, and upload your work.
Submissions are selected on a rolling-basis between the months of December and February. Notification of publication is sent out by the last day of the month of February.
Unveiling & Publication
The Quadrangle is copyrighted and cannot be reproduced in any form electronic or otherwise without the written permission of the editors of the edition. All rights to works revert back to contributors upon publication.
The Quadrangle unveils each year at the end of April. The editors always encourage contributors to come and enjoy the evening. No part of this magazine is unveiled to outside parties until final publication.
59th Volume, 2011 - Brittani Mroz, Editor in Chief
58th Volume, 2010 - Cara Cotter, Lauren Jaroszewski & Colleen Kersten, Editors in Chief
57th Volume, 2009 - Jesse Baier & Jonathan Wheelock, Editors in Chief
56th Volume, 2008 - Duyen Nguyen & Alixandra Krzemien, 2008 Co-Editors in Chief
55th Volume, 2007 - Carly Czech, Editor in Chief
54th Volume, 2006 - Shana Williams, Editor in Chief