CaKe: A Literary Journal

CaKe: A Literary Journal is produced by the students and faculty of Florida A&M University’s Department of English and Modern Languages.

CaKe: A Literary Journal
CaKe: A Journal of Art and Poetry was founded in 2006 by Kristine Snodgrass and some of her creative writing students as a way to showcase the writing talent of the students at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University alongside more seasoned writers, such as Amiri Baraka.

In 2021, there was a slight change in the name to 
CaKe: A Literary Journal that reflects the different kinds of work included in each issue.

The journal is student-run, and many of the student editors have entered positions in publishing and editing or attained admission into various graduate programs.

Explore a diverse collection of innovative student artwork, creative writing, and poetry!

New Issue Submissions

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  • We are seeking Poetry, Fiction, or Art from writers of all backgrounds. To get a sense of the kinds of work we publish, check out the previous issues of CaKe: A Literary Journal.

  • Although the submission window is currently closed, our reading period is normally between October 15-January 15 to be considered for our Spring issue.

  • Learn More About General Submission Guidelines