Klio and Kalliope: The Sister Magazines
Since its founding in 1980, Kalliope has been part of the Penn State community as a literary journal dedicated to displaying the creative work of students, including fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and visual art. Kalliope strives to “further the ideals of free and open literary expression by establishing a writing community” and provides our campus with a creative outlet for students. Klio comes out of the deep history and roots of its sister magazine Kalliope, often drawing upon it for inspiration and direction as we attempt to navigate this online space.
With the following features, we seek to bring the two publications together and bring content previously only available in the print versions of Kalliope to the digital world. As a team, we’ve selected artists published in past issues of Kalliope to showcase on our website. In doing so, we hope to create new insights, a deeper understanding of the creative process, and promote the incredible artistry of PSU students.
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