The Chameleon Literary Journal has served as Norwich University’s arts and creative writing magazine since its found in 1961.
The Chameleon is a student driven publication that publishes the best visual and literary arts by Norwich students. These creative works come from students across all majors, from residential and online students, and from undergraduate and graduate students. We are, as of 2020, working to become a multilingual literary journal, highlighting student creative writing and translations in multiple languages.
The Chameleon student editors select all creative works and give out three creative writing awards, each with financial prizes. Those three prizes are the Allan Nason Prize, the Robert Halleck Poetry Prize, and the Chameleon Award for Outstanding Achievement in Creative Writing.
Norwich students can submit to the Chameleon by visiting our Submittable page.
Our 2019-2020 issue is run by an editorial board that includes the following amazing student editors:
Below are copies of every issue from 2013 to present. We hope you enjoy reading the literary and visual arts from Norwich University students.