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Publishing fiction, nonfiction, poetry, graphic narrative, interviews, and book reviews since 1972.
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The Florida Review Jun 18
If you haven’t read Thomas Barnes’s haunting short fiction “Delivery”, you’re missing out. Click the link below to check it out.
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The Florida Review Jun 12
Today marks three years on from Pulse, which happened so close to us. We continue to publish work that echoes the feelings of that day, even if indirectly.
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The Florida Review Jun 7
If you're searching for something interesting to read, check out the new poems published on the Aquifer-- Satya Dash's "Two Poems" and Sophie Ezzell's "Two Poems with Parents." Click on the links below!
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The Florida Review May 28
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Our 2017-2018 chapbook, Autopsy and Everything After by Michael Chin, was printed perfect bound on a digital press and set in Adobe InDesign. Times have changed, but good literature is always good.
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The Florida Review May 28
For our , here’s our 2011 chapbook, Rubia by Patricia Grace King. This chapbook was hand-sewn by students, with letterpress printing by Flying Horse Editions.
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The Florida Review May 23
We've taken you back to the 70s, 80s, and 90s as our ! Now we're taking you back to the 2000s. Here’s The Florida Review's special 30th Anniversary Issue 30.2 from Fall 2005. Swipe for an excerpt from "Childish Things", a graphic narrative by Adam York Gregory.
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The Florida Review May 15
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The Florida Review May 15
We are so excited about all the new things being published on Aquifer! Here are some of our favorites right now--Susan Lilley's "Wedding Season," Kedon Willis's "No Problem, Mon," and Min Jin Lee's interview. Take a look by clicking on the links in the tweet below!
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The Florida Review May 2
In The Florida Review’s upcoming Spring Issue 43.1, more nonfiction will be coming your way from authors like Katy Shay, Megan Baxter, and Jim Dameron. Take in this quote from “Hunger” by Megan Baxter. Subscribe to us here:
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Mark L. Keats/이태일 May 1
Congrats to all the other Meek Award winners! So honored to receive one. Thanks again to Natalie Underberg-Goode and for publishing my video essay!
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Dariel Suarez May 1
Grateful for this thoughtful review of A KIND OF SOLITUDE. Big thanks to Tanushree Baidya for her wonderful words on the collection and for publishing them.
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Gloria Chung Apr 30
Thank you very much for this and for the platform you give to writers and artists! 💯
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The Florida Review Apr 30
We're ecstatic to finally announce the Meek Award Winners! Each winner receives a $50 award. All of those who submit to The Florida Review and Aquifer are eligible to receive a Meek Award, which are given out annually. To submit, visit our Submittable: .
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The Florida Review Apr 29
The Florida Review is excited to publish poets like Amanda Hawkins, Lillo Way, and Owen McLeod in our newest issue 43.1, releasing in May. This teaser comes from Amanda Hawkins’s poem “Through High Desert to the Path of Totality.” Subscribe to us here:
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Dennis James Sweeney Apr 24
in which I try to remember what it was like to be a child, throwing up orange sherbet in the back of the car... looking forward to the issue !
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The Florida Review Apr 24
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Subscribe to us here and receive 43.1 upon its release: .
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The Florida Review Apr 24
We’re thrilled for the upcoming release of our Spring Issue in May! We’ll be featuring fiction from Laura Schmitt, Nahal Suzanne Jamir, and Dennis James Sweeney. Have a look at this quote from “There’s a Kid Everywhere” by .
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A Ashley Apr 22
is poetry-bombing for National Poetry Month! Have you spotted a poet in the wild yet?
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