About the Journal

Focus and Scope

Cuaderna Vía is a digital journal that publishes poetry, essays, short stories, and interviews, as well as plastic and audiovisual arts. This publication aims to be a medium of cultural dissemination as well as a platform of expression not only for the UT Arlington student community, but also for other institutions. Cuaderna Vía stems from and is directed to the Hispanic community, as well as all other audiences interested in its culture. Though this edition is miscellaneous, future editions may follow a specific theme.

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. All articles are available as a pdf-file free of charge. Authors are encouraged to submit their published articles to institutional repositories. However, any subsequent sharing of an article must acknowledge this published source: Cuaderna Via https://cuadernavia.journal.library.uta.edu

Cuaderna Via is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.


The Spanish Writing Center at the The University of Texas at Arlington

Sources of Support

The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries hosts and supports Cuaderna Vía on the OJS platform.

Journal History

Cuaderna Vía was originally founded in Spring 2010 by Christopher Conway, Ignacio Ruiz-Perez and Eric Frierson. Our student magazine publishes poems, short stories, short fictional prose, as well as art and audiovisual work. Cuaderna Vía evokes the art of mester de clerecía, but also the frames building the keel, and facilitating the navigation of a ship. In other words, the title implies creative activity and the art of navigation as parallel, continuous and vital processes. Like a ship launched into the ocean, Cuaderna Vía seeks to be, renovated and now online, a route and a means to promote the talent of students, from both UTA and beyond our borders.