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The Florida Review 18h
"Fair is fair. Tomorrow, a feast." Enjoy the prose poem "Reverie of Gratitude" by Patty Seyburn just before you feast tomorrow with those you're thankful for. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
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The Other Stories Nov 19
. has worked in book publishing for more than 18 years, and is currently the Associate Publisher of . Her short stories have been published in and . The Shortest Way Home is her first novel.
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The Florida Review Nov 7
"Be safe and I love you." Feel the weight of these words in the heaviness of this world from Marlene McCurtis in her nonfiction piece "The Cut-Through."
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The Florida Review Nov 1
Already missing Halloween? We have just the poem for you to relive yesterday's haunting mood.
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The Florida Review Oct 30
It’s the night before Halloween, and we’re feeling spooky here at The Florida Review. 👻 If you are too, click the link in our bio to be welcomed to the somnambulistic circus show “Merry-Go-Round” by Ihor Podolchak.
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The Florida Review Oct 29
We heard it’s ! 🐱 So we decided to share one of Greg McLemore’s visual art pieces featuring our favorite furry friends. “Nagasaki Cats Council” is only one of the paintings in his collection that we published on Aquifer back in March.
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Kyle Dargan Oct 29
"Dargan [...] is a careful poet; each word, each line break, each form is studied and purposeful [...]. Dargan is an introspective poet—even in his anger." ~Susan Mockler,
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The Florida Review Oct 24
Saddened to learn about the death of one of our authors Tony Hoagland. This magical quote was pulled from "Feeling Generous," one of four poems of his that we published in Issue 42.1. May he rest in peace.
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The Florida Review Oct 23
New on Aquifer: Stephanie Sauer's nonfiction multimodal essay "Good Pressing." Take a glimpse of this piece, full of pictures and handwritten diary entries.
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The Florida Review Oct 17
Celebrate by reflecting on Chavonn Williams Shen's inventive poems "Inventory of a Black Girl" & "Gourmet Ars Poetica" that were put out this summer.
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The Florida Review Oct 17
Our Multimedia Features section on Aquifer grew during October, as we published three experimental films from Michael Betancourt. Watch each of them below: “The Kodak Moment” “Dancing Glitch” “the Dark Rift”
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The Florida Review Oct 15
We can't believe it! The last piece of our special Latinx feature was published today. Finishing off our feature is Betsabe Gomez with the piece “Saying Goodbye to Your Body.”
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Sinking City Oct 14
"I am guilty with happiness  of a kind,  where I survive  as a bird,  an egret  strange and white as my  father’s mustache, a telltale  for his murdered brother." Read this poem by Monica Rico in the new Latinx issue of The Aquifer/:
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Sinking City Oct 14
"I think I’ve always seen poetry as a matter of voice because of the way I came to it through my mother writing songs. To me, it’s pretty much the same voice. That’s what I’ve come to." - in the new issue of The Aquifer out of --
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Mx. Nicole Oquendo Oct 14
online companion, Aquifer, has been featuring work from Latinx authors that are killing it. And the print Latinx feature will be out soon!
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The Florida Review Oct 14
Start your Sunday off with a piece from our Latinx feature on Aquifer! This is Francisco Uribe's "No te metas."
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The Florida Review Oct 12
Superstition Review is open for submissions! They are accepting art, fiction, nonfiction, and art until November 5th. Send your submissions in here: .
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The Florida Review Oct 12
Before you begin your weekend, don't forget to check out the newly published Latinx piece “The Painted Skulls, Held by Wings, Glistened in Rain” by Monica Rico.
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The Florida Review Oct 10
The Florida Review’s Print Issue 42.1 was kindly reviewed on Patricia Colleen Murphy’s blog Lit Mag Lunch! While you’re munching on your own lunch, take a look at the review: 🍽
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The Florida Review Oct 10
We can't believe we're kicking off the fourth and final week of our Latinx feature! Here is Ruben Reyes Jr. with the piece “My Abuela, the Puppet.”
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