Lindenwood publications include The Lindenwood (Magazine), Journal of Educational Leadership in Action, Journal of International and Global Studies, and more.
Arrow Rock is committed to promoting and providing a mature environment for Lindenwood University students to publish quality fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, plays, and artwork, while showcasing the integrity and individual talents of each writer or artist.
The Confluence is an award-winning journal committed to the idea that our region is shaped by the thinking of many disciplines and the convergence of ideas and topics from across the spectrum.
International Journal of Emerging and Disruptive Innovation in Education: VISIONARIUM
The journal provides a diverse, interdisciplinary forum for the publication of original peer-reviewed scholarship, data, and research addressing intersections of education and technology.
Journal of Educational Leadership in Action
Journal of Educational Leadership in Action is an open access online peer review journal offering its readers a global platform on research-based educational practice.
Journal of International and Global Studies
The Journal of International and Global Studies provides a peer reviewed multidisciplinary forum for the critical discussion of and reflections on the consequences of globalization throughout the world.
The Lindenwood Review
The Lindenwood Review is an annual literary journal published by the Lindenwood University Press. Students in the university's MFA in Writing program serve as editorial assistants as part of their MFA coursework. This publication features literary prose: Fiction (short fiction and flash fiction), Creative Nonfiction (personal essays, lyric essays, and flash nonfiction), and Prose Poems (block format).
Missouri Policy Journal
The journal is focused on issues relevant to Missouri policy makers as well as the public interested with the complexities associated with policy making. The journal strives to present articles in a detached and analytical manner but written so they can be read by the educated adult reader.