Produced by the ULM English Writers. Bill Ryan, editor.
This biannual journal contains nonfiction of general interest, short fiction, poetry, visual arts, and interviews. In addition to its general search for fine work of any type, turnrow seeks nonfiction by people who are not primarily writers, work by writers writing out of their usual genre, and nonfiction that concerns an intersection between science and humanities.
The Helicon takes student writers, editors, and staff, through the entire publishing process, from fund-raising to short story, essay, and poetry selection, to layout and design. The magazine and its contributors often win awards in writing competitions for undergraduate writers.