History

Confluence literary journal is a student-run publication housed on the campus of Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW).
 
Confluence began publication in the fall of 1989 by the Arts Group. Professors Richard N. Ramsey and Michael E. Kaufmann were faculty advisors, and Steven Hollander in the English department did much of the composition using desktop publishing. Early student editors were Kim Sarber and Marci Copsey.
 
A digital presence for Confluence was first created in the spring of 2007. After the basic design, Dr. Stevens Amidon was a crucial factor in the acquisition of IPFW server space, as well as the original domain.
 
In the fall of 2014, Confluence moved to a new domain, ipfwconfluence.org, to better cultivate and enrich its online presence.