Yale Anglers Journal Celebrates Ten Years

The Yale Anglers Journal, started by James Prosek and Joseph Furia, is a small publication with a long reach. Ten years after its founding, it is publishing a collection of its best essays entitled Tight Lines. “The journal is an undergraduate publication, with a tiny circulation of about 1,000, but it has big-time connections, and it has drawn essays from people like former President Jimmy Carter, former Attorney General Elliot L. Richardson, the Yale professor and poet John Hollander, and author Christopher Buckley.” Steve Grant in the Hartford, Connecticut Courant.

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