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The Wisconsin Union Directorate Publications Committee provides leadership opportunities in publishing, and celebrates and promotes reading and writing on campus. We provide creative outlets for UW-Madison students through our journals, lectures with established authors, mentoring programs with professionals in the journalism and publishing industries, experience planning an awesome literary festival, and more. 

Our publications include:

  • The Dish, an original food blog and magazine
  • Emmie, our music magazine
  • Illumination, our literary journal
  • Moda, our fashion and style magazine
  • Sifting and Winnowing, UW-Madison's  undergraduate journal of political science, public policy and law
  • Souvenirs, a collection of reflections and photography from UW-Madison students who have studied abroad
  • UW Flash Fiction, where we publish short fiction
  • Fade In, a screenwriting writers' group

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Committee Meetings

The Dish: Thursdays, 6-7pm (check TITU)
Emmie: Thursdays, 8-9pm (check TITU)
Illumination: Mondays, 5-7pm (check TITU)
Moda: Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30pm in Humanities 1131
Sifting and Winnowing: Sundays, 6-7pm (check TITU)
Souvenirs: Tuesdays, 6-7pm, (check TITU)
Fade In: Tuesdays, 5:30pm
UW Flash Fiction: Tuesdays, 6-7pm (check TITU)

Upcoming Events


February 25th | 6:00pm

WUD Frame Making Workshop

Memorial Union
This workshop is intended to cover the basics of frame making, along with giving you a chance to frame a piece of art for free.

March 2nd | 7:00pm

Lit After Dark

Memorial Union
Lit After Dark is a monthly spoken-word open mic event sponsored by Illumination Journal, UW Flash Fiction, WUD Publications, Madison Undergraduate Society for English (MUSE), The Madison Review and WUD Music. The series brings together campus members to give writers, readers and critics a chance to bond over literature, art and the humanities.