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The Florida Review Sep 20
Poetry was just posted from our Latinx feature! Check out “Three Poems on the Anniversary of Hurricane Maria” by Angela Maria Spring.
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The Florida Review Sep 18
The newest piece from our Latinx feature was just published today: “Orchidaceae” by Joseph Santaella Vidal.
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UCF College of Arts & Humanities Sep 17
Hispanic Heritage Month is an annual celebration of the Latinx community. Within the arts & humanities, several initiatives highlight a variety of cultures & experiences - from , , & more!
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Josh Corson Sep 15
🚨New Piece Alert🚨 I have a cine-poem up on "Aquifer: Online" as of today. I love this poem and am stoked it found a home. Thanks to Kate Shultz and the whole team for the support. 💙🎉😊
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The Florida Review Sep 15
Get excited! The first piece from our special Latinx feature on Aquifer is officially out! This is “Clauses” by Gloria Muñoz.
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The Florida Review Sep 14
The NEA has just released a study on reading trends, and it looks like reading poetry is far from out of style, thanks to poets who utilize technology and social media platforms. Yrsa Daley-Ward is one of them, whose interview with us is up on our website.
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The Florida Review Sep 12
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There will also be a special Latinx feature in our upcoming Fall print issue 42.2!
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The Florida Review Sep 12
We are thrilled to announce that starting this Sunday on Aquifer, we will begin publishing pieces from Latinx writers all throughout Hispanic Heritage Month! Keep an eye out for all of the fine work that will be published four times a week! .
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Mark L. Keats Sep 12
Many thanks to and Natalie Underberg-Goode for publishing my video essay on surnames, identity, and family--even John Keats. Thanks also to
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The Florida Review Sep 10
In honor of 9/11 tomorrow, a day that will never be forgotten, we have published on Aquifer the nonfiction piece "Silence Is a Language I Cannot Reset."
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The Florida Review Sep 6
Chilling on the lawn thumbing through Issue 41.2 from Fall 2017. Feel free to order this issue () and send us a picture of your own!
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The Florida Review Sep 5
We have selected our 2017-2018 Chapbook Winner: Autopsy and Everything After by Michael Chin. “There is so much pathos and beauty and good humor in these pieces. In Autopsy, the itinerant wrestling world contains ours—our dead fathers, our lost exes, our fears and hopes.”
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Graywolf Press Sep 4
"I hope to put into language what I know I feel, and maybe to help other people find some way of being, of seeing, of moving forward."
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The Florida Review Sep 4
We have officially moved into our new office in Trevor Colbourn Hall Room 209! If you’re local, come by and visit us in our new space.
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The Florida Review Aug 29
Published on Aquifer this week are Tom Paine's poems "The Illinois" & "Love, This I Know." Take a look.
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UCF College of Arts & Humanities Aug 28
Thanks for the positive review of Fall 2017 issue, ! Focusing on a steadfast commitment to the education of budding artists, is a biannual publication from the Dept. of English. Read on for the full review! 📖
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The Florida Review Aug 22
New on Aquifer: "The Void Witch" by Raven Leilani. A fiction piece touching on race and the struggles of finding oneself in college, just in time for the beginning of the academic year.
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Raven Leilani Aug 22
Stoked to share my new piece with ! Check it out if you'd like to read a story about failure and comic-con! This is a personal one, drawn from time in my life when I was really struggling to keep my head above water. Thank you to the editors.
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The Florida Review Aug 16
Check out the NewPages review of last fall's issue of TFR! Feel free to order a back issue, too. Smile.
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The Florida Review Aug 15
Throwing it back to the Editors’ Award Poetry Winner for Issue 42.1, Allison Adair’s “City Life,” as the 2018 Editors’ Awards were announced today on The Florida Review website! Make sure to check it out. ()
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