The Eckleburg Project

A TAMU Literary Journal

The Eckleburg Project is the official undergraduate literary journal of Texas A&M University. We are an undergraduate organization featuring student poetry, prose, and art. Now with eleven issues under our belt, we started with the idea that art should be free and easily accessible to the community.

Our staff is composed of undergraduate students and editors who select pieces to be published semesterly under a process of blind review. For information on how to join, go to our apply page. For information on how to submit, go to our submissions page. For general inquiries, or just to say hello, contact our organizational email at

As always, we thank you for your support as we continue to foster art here at Texas A&M.

Applications are closed for Fall 2018.

Thanks for your interest in joining The Eckleburg Project as a staff member. Below are links to our applications & current open positions. If you have any questions, feel free to email us or send a message on the Contact Us page!

The staff of The Eckleburg Project is required to attend a monthly all-staff meeting, bi-weekly team meeting, and various events held by the organization.  

The Eckleburg Project uses Slack, an online communication app and tool, so it's a plus if you know how to use that. 

Screening Team

The screening team is responsible for sorting through and selecting poetry and prose submissions to the journal. Members will read student poetry and prose and work together to make their selections for publication. The screening team is lead by the Prose and Poetry Editors, who delegate tasks between them. The screening team is best suited for those who love reading and writing, and may hope to work in publishing one day.

Seem like something you want to do? Click here to apply!

Head Designer

The Head Designer  conceptualizes, organizes, and creates the design of the journal. They will be in charge of the Design Team and will select art pieces for publication. This is a position with significant creative authority, and a key Officer Board position. Click here to apply!


The publicist will be responsible for all advertisement and social media of the organization. They will work closely with members of all teams and are tasked with expanding the influence and reputation of the journal. This is an Officer Board position. Click here to apply!

Design Team

The Design Team will be responsible for the the layout and design of the journal. They will also be charged with the design of frequent web advertisements for social media. The designers’ duties also include filtering through art submissions to help determine the final selections for the journal, with the final decision falling on the Head Designer, as well as designing collateral that embodies The Eckleburg Project’s brand. They will be working closely with the Head Designer to ensure that designs for Eckleburg remain consistent across all mediums. 

Preference will be given to designers with graphic design experience, a working knowledge and access to the Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop), and an online portfolio with an emphasis in design. Being a designer for The Eckleburg Project above all means that you are a team player. Much of the design process will take place at weekly meetings, where we deliberate how to define ourselves as a journal. If you are willing to voice your opinion and work well with creative criticism, you will do well in this position. The Design Team is perfect for those who want to expand and further develop their graphic design skills.

Seem like something you want to do? Click here to apply!

Finance Team

The finance team is tasked with managing the fundraising goals for the organization. Members will research and apply for grants, organize profit shares, and pursue sponsors for the journal. The finance team is lead by the Treasurer, who delegates tasks between them. The finance team is also responsible for discussion, potentially voting, and approving/rejecting budgetary expenditures. At the beginning of each semester the finance team should set a goal for how much they intend to raise, as well as budget out current funds between the different teams. The finance team is perfect for individuals who want experience balancing budgets as well as networking and recruiting funding.

Seem like something you want to do?  Click here to apply!


Blog Team

The blog team is tasked with submitting articles and pieces to our blog. Members will integrate themselves into the Bryan/College Station art community and write about upcoming events or recently released movies/books/music etc. The blog team has a lot of flexibility to write about whatever interests them, and is focused on informing others about the art community and expanding The Eckleburg Project's footprint within our community. This team is perfect for those who are always seeking the next big thing, and love telling others about it.

Seem like something you want to do? Click here to apply!

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