At The Yale Review, we seek out new perspectives on the questions that endure. It’s what we’ve been doing for 200 years.
The Yale Review is the oldest print quarterly in the country. Now, we’re joining the digital era. Donate today to join us in our commitment to publishing diverse minds and deliberate dialogues. Your support makes it possible for us to pay our writers, keep print culture alive, and honor our commitment to lasting conversations.
The Yale Review is also committed to training the next generation of writers and editors, each year introducing dozens of undergraduate and graduate students to the skills necessary to become leaders in twenty-first century media.
We can’t do it without you. To support the Review’s writers, events, and editorial training programs, please visit our donation page. Alternately, send a check payable to Yale University to the address below with The Yale Review, designation #02603 in the memo line.
Any donation, large or small, would be meaningful to our mission.
Yale University Office of Development Contribution Processing
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New Haven, CT 06521-2038
THE YALE REVIEW’S ACTIVITIES
In addition to its storied print edition, the Review has a regularly updated website, publishes a newsletter, and hosts regular panels, lectures, and discussions by leading writers, editors, and scholars.
The Review is also a training center at Yale: we offer experiential learning programs that immerse dozens of students in the real-world challenges of editing, fact-checking, and publishing a leading literary magazine. Graduate students in the humanities and social sciences serve as editors and fact-checkers; MBA candidates take part in the business operations of the Review; art students create graphics and seek out art for print and online; and undergraduates participate in reviewing submissions, proofreading, and copy-editing the magazine.
Our interns, fellows, and student editors participate in regular discussions with leading writers, editors, and thinkers working in journalism, publishing, and literature. These panels and tutorials offer training in real-world skills and insight into careers in editing, writing, and the business of media.
Donating to the Review means not just supporting a legacy of thoughtful criticism, innovative fiction, and groundbreaking poetry, but also investing in students and giving them first-hand experience in the art of producing, editing, and publishing a literary magazine two centuries in the making.