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Master of Arts Writing (MAW)

Asheville Graduate Center-based degree program helps you take your writing to the next level

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

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Your Librarian

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Craig Varley
Center for Graduate Studies of Asheville
Lenoir-Rhyne University
36 Montford Ave
Asheville, NC 28801
Room 322
Subjects: Public Health

Library Journal Titles

An easy way to find journals available through the Library is to use the Library Journal Titles tool.

From the library homepage, click "Library Journal Titles" from the main menu in the center of the screen. Using this tool, you can:

  1. Search by periodical title or ISSN/ISBN to see if we have access to a specific journal
  2. Search for journals and eBooks by entering a subject search term. For example, type "literature & writing" into the search box to browse journal titles and eBooks related to this subject
  3. Browse journals that focus on specific subjects (such as Literature and Writing) under "Browse by Discipline"

Looking for the full text of a specific journal article? Watch the video to the right to learn how to find it through the Library.

Library Journal Titles from LR University Libraries on Vimeo.

Recommended Journals for Creative Writing & Literature

Databases, Journals, and Articles

database contains journals in which articles are published.

Think of it like this: Picture a rose, any color you like; the petals are the articles, the rose itself is the journal, and the database is the vase that holds the roses. Journals are the volumes that contain specific articles and databases are the storehouses for the journals.

  • To discover articles on topics of interest to you, search our databases - listed by subject here.  
  • If you need to find a specific article and you know the title of the journal in which it is published, search for it in Library Journal Titles