Nexus Literary Journal & Advocate for the Arts has a rich history at Wright State University, dating back to the early 1970s. Nexus began as a one-page insert and grew into a nationally recognized creative journal that accepted poetry, fiction work, and art of all sorts. Over the years, Nexus has published well-recognized poets and writers, both local and national, as well as staff members and advisors who are recognized in the creative community. Nexus returns in Fall 2018 as a web journal, and a print edition will release in Spring 2019. Nexus is open to all students, faculty, staff, and alumni of Wright State University.
“When you create something, you join this community, and it’s all about encouraging, feeding off of and helping each other. It makes you more confident in what you’re doing, and having this literary journal is a way to allow people to get their work out there and get feedback,”
-Former Editor Zachary Moore during an interview with Wright State University's newspaper The Guardian