About

Landshark Literary Review is an undergraduate literary magazine at the University of Mississippi striving to represent students’ and young Mississippi writers’ voices and creativity through a diverse selection of content that showcases individuality, originality, and inclusivityOver the past few months, it has become even more important for students to have a safe space to share their thoughts, emotions, and experiences as they struggle to feel heard and be reassured that they are not alone. Landshark Literary Review believes that literary magazines are important for fostering a community, and one of our goals as an undergraduate literary magazine is to create a smaller community of minds among the larger community of University of Mississippi. This magazine serves as an outlet for students (writers, editors, artists, and readers) to express themselves, release stress, and showcase their inner creativity through stories, poetry and artwork. 

We are always striving to expand our (and your) horizons. We kindly welcome submissions of poetry, fiction, and photography and encourage submissions from students of all backgrounds. 



Staff Members

Kristin Barnett

Kristin Barnett

Angel Coalburn

Angel Coalburn

Toria Sharples

Toria Sharples

Maisie Smith

Maisie Smith is a Junior at the University of Mississippi pursuing a double major in English and Psychology as well as a minor in Classics. Currently from Biloxi, MS, Maisie has lived all over the world. She enjoys reading, writing, and all things bookish. She hopes to one day work in the publishing industry and write her own novel.


Jack Eno

Jack Eno is a sophomore, majoring in English and minoring in Cinema. They live in Canton, Georgia with their parents, brother, and sister. They gained a passion for reading at a young age, and a passion for writing not too long after that. For the time being, they plan to continue working at a surveying company with their father between semesters and after graduating.

Aaliyah Goldman

Aaliyah is a senior multidisciplinary studies major with an emphasis in Digital Media Studies, Creative Writing, and Math from Stewart, MS. She is also studying Korean independently, alongside her studies. She is a Global Ambassador as well as the Social Media Director of the International & American Student Alliance. She also works as a writing consultant at the Ole Miss Writing Center. After graduating, she plans to apply to a language school in South Korea, and then go to graduate school in Boston.

Emily Warren

My name is Emily Warren and I’m a senior from Pelahatchie, MS, majoring in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a minor in English. I am studying to enter the field of Audiology and plan to be attending grad school in the fall. I am pro-Oxford comma, despite my mother’s objections, and I love a good book on a rainy afternoon. 

Hannah Whitney

Deashia Hill

Deashia Hill

Lilly Shulenburg

Lilly Shulenburg

Mya Wright

Myaliyah Wright, known to her family and friends as Mya, is a senior majoring in English with an Emphasis in Creative Writing as well as Editing, Writing, and Publishing at The University of Mississippi. She was born and raised in Sardis, Mississippi. She absolutely loves to read romance and mystery novels. Her favorite authors are Brenda Jackson, Linda Lael Miller, and Nora Roberts. She also enjoys writing and reading poetry, going to church, and spending time with her family, friends, and puppy Oreo. It is Mya’s dream to one day become an internationally bestseller romance author.

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