Voices: The Journal of New York Folklore features articles, stories, interviews, reminiscences, essays, folk poetry and music, photographs, and artwork drawn from people in all parts of New York State. The magazine also publishes peer-reviewed, research-based articles, written in an accessible style, on topics related to traditional art and life, including ethnic culture. Informative columns on subjects such as legal issues, photography, sound and video recording, archiving, ethics, and the nature of traditional art and life appear on a regular basis.
Click on the Publications Index above for a complete PDF index of New York Folklore publications from 1945 through 2018, including Voices: The Journal of New York Folklore (2000-present), New York Folklore (1975-1999), and New York Folklore Quarterly (1945-1974). To search the Index while viewing it, use the keyboard shortcut Command-F if you are on a Mac or Control-F if you are using Windows. To request an article for purchase, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be aware that some issues are sold out, but most articles are still available.
Voices is New York Folklore’s membership magazine. Join NYF today to receive your subscription to Voices, including access to a digital archive of full Voices issues from 2001 through 2018!
Todd DeGarmo, Editor and Chair of the Publications Committee
The Folklife Center at Crandall Public Library, Glens Falls
Gabrielle Berlinger, Vice-Chair and NYF Board Liaison
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Bronx Community College
University at Albany
John C Calandra Institute, Queens University
Long Island Traditions