The Tributary is an undergraduate literary journal. For over two decades we’ve featured up-and-coming writers, artists, and photographers from all walks of life. Through the work of our editors and the dedication of the undergraduate community, we have been able to produce an annual edition containing the works of many talented artists. This year, we plan on broadening our efforts and including electronically formatted works, such as videos and music. By incorporating these mediums, we at The Tributary aim to seek what you as an artist seek: the thorough spread of creativity and its appreciation.
Latest from the Journal
It is finally here! Submissions like rain mixed into a puddle, dripped into a stream, formed this year’s issue of Lycoming College’s Tributary. Rather than parse that expansive literary-sky, find your favorite (or soon-to-be-favorites) here in our collection of works. We thank you for your patronage and urge you to support our journal and future…
Sarah Lanphear There’s an etching in the southern magnolia on the corner of Fourth and Mae, a scar hidden by flowers, sticks, and leaves on a branch just low enough, just within reach. The cut buried by men who know how to hide when they need to, who know to work by night. White hoods…
Rylee Delaney Desolation follows a path of pickle jars past teacup vistas of watercolor clarity, through rum bottle forests, empty, to one too many towels, soiled and vacant, again.
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