Founded in 2002, Bayou Magazine is a biannual, national literary magazine published by The University of New Orleans. We publish poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and the winner of the annual Tennessee Williams One-Act Play Contest. Bayou’s mission is to publish exceptional, exciting work by both established and emerging writers.
Bayou is proud to have featured work from such writers as Marcia Aldrich, Jacob M. Appel, Mark Doty, Marilyn Hacker, Timothy Liu, D.A. Powell, Eric Trethewey, Tom Whalen, and Christy Wise. Writing that first appeared in Bayou has been short-listed for the Pushcart Prize and named in the notable essays list in Best American Essays.
|Joanna Leake||Editor in Chief|
|Nora Seilheimer & Reda Wigle||Associate Editors|
|Barb Johnson||Fiction Editor|
|Richard Goodman||Nonfiction Editor|
|Carolyn Hembree||Poetry Editor|
|Barb Johnson||Web Editor|
|Isabelle Barany & Anna Tatelman||Associate Fiction Editors|
|Amie Geistman & Glennis Waterman||Associate Nonfiction Editors|
|Shaina Monet||Associate Poetry Editor|
|Marissa Bleiler||Associate Web Editor|
Associate Editors Emeriti
Jamie Amos, Robert Bell, April Blevins, Danny Caporaletti, Carrie Chappell, Amberly Fox, Carolyn Goetze, Barb Johnson, Marian Kaufman, Jesse Manley, Lish McBride, Kailyn McCord, Adam Peltz, Melissa Remark, Luke Sirinides, Phinnie Zahareas