The Nassau Literary Review – Fall 2012


The Nassau Literary Review is proud to present its Fall 2012 issue, our latest compilation of the best student poetry, prose, artwork, and photography on campus!  We would like to thank everyone who attended our launch party at Small World Coffee – not to mention everyone who worked hard to make this issue and its debut event possible.  This has been a team effort, and you’ve all done your part to help enrich Princeton’s budding artistic community.

Our diligent staff has distributed copies of the Fall 2012 issue across campus, including in residential colleges and dining halls, eating clubs, the Frist Campus Center, and other public locations.

Can’t find a print copy of the magazine?  No problem!  You can download the PDF version right here – and if you find after finishing it that you’re hooked, you can check out our archive at the Issues page.  Such are the benefits of having advanced into the twenty-first century.

As for the launch party, it was a massive success.  Obviously it’s always difficult to tell at a glance how many people attend such things, but the guesstimates of several of Nasslit’s greatest mathematical thinkers all indicate that there were at least a hundred – and possibly several hundred – guests.  You were a wonderful crowd, enthusiastic and engaged, and we couldn’t have asked for a better showing.  As one editor put it, “This is probably the biggest gathering of artistic types I’ve seen in my years at Princeton.”  That’s no small feat!

Here’s some pictures of the party, in case you missed it or want to re-experience the fun:


Check out the rest of our pictures from the party on our Facebook page!

The event featured readings and performances by writers published in the Fall 2012 issue, stand-up comics, musicians, and slam poets.  You can get a little taste of the festivities by watching the video below of GNB – Princeton’s self-proclaimed “campus rock band” – performing a moving song:



Thanks so much for your energy and support.


About Nassau Literary Review

The Nassau Literary Review is the second oldest undergraduate literary magazine in the nation and the oldest student publication at Princeton University. Such authors as F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Peale Bishop, and Jonathan Safran Foer (among others) have been published in its pages.
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