Harmony Magazine

Harmony is a visual arts and literary journal featuring works by students, faculty, staff and patients of the Arizona Health Sciences Center. 

Harmony, a literary journal of essays, short stories, poetry, visual art, and photography is a publication of Arizona’s College of Medicine Program in Medical Humanities. Students, faculty, and staff of the Colleges of Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Mel and Enid Zuckerman Public Health are encouraged to submit original, unpublished work to our journal, however, anyone may submit work. (Not only do we publish nationally, but we have had multiple international submissions as well.) Work on all themes and topics will be considered, especially those related to the world of medical humanities. Please ensure that you follow the submssion guidelines!

Submissions to Harmony

We encourage submissions on all themes and topics, especially those related to the world of medical humanities.

Submit your work to Harmony here

Submissions will be considered for the following awards:

  • Mathiasen Prose Award — Best submission in either prose or poetry. 2017 winner: "Aftermath," by Thomas McConnell
  • Ryan Visual Arts Award — Best visual arts submission. 2017 winner: "Crybaby," by Jennifer Bao
  • Parada Medical Student Award — Best overall submission from a University of Arizona medical student. 2017 winner: "The Wall," by Simin Golestani

Past issues of Harmony

Our most recent issue is below. You can also see an archive of most past issues on Scribd.