The Department of English hosts two journals, ARIEL and dANDelion .
ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature is one of the world's premiere journals in post-colonial literary studies. Founded at the University of Calgary in 1970 under the editorship of A. Norman Jeffares, the journal was one of the first to open the field of what was then called "Commonwealth Literature," and it also quickly became a leader in the application of theoretical approaches. With a readership and subscriber base in more than fifty countries, it continues to excel as a venue for advanced thought in the study of the world's literatures in English.
NöD is a literary magazine published and edited by the University of Calgary's undergraduate students in the English Literature Student Society (ELSS). The magazine publishes prose, poetry and art submitted by students and writers in and outside the University.