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Jesse Goolsby Feb 15
What a gorgeous, moving new issue of ! Favorites from Michael Betancourt Brian Kearney, and more! Very happy to have my story "Begin with Serenity" included.
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The Florida Review Feb 15
Aquifer: The Florida Review Online is now accepting submissions for author interviews! Published interviews feature distinguished authors with at least one book. For an example of our published interviews: For guidleines, visit our Submittable page!
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The Florida Review Feb 14
Today, we're pulled into Billy Collins's "The Scarf," making us dream of a fleeting, short-lived love. (Issue 29.2) Happy from The Florida Review! ❤
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CLMP Feb 13
Our first AWP Panel is Lit Mag Editors in Academia on 3/28 from 1:30-2:45. Editing a university-affiliated literary journal presents unique challenges. Join us for a roundtable discussion with and
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Andrew Gretes Feb 12
Honored and excited to have a new flash piece out - "Monads and the Cosmic Jigsaw Factory" - with Aquifer, online!
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The Florida Review Feb 12
Superstition Review is currently open for submissions for their 23rd issue! Feb. 28th is the deadline to submit your work. If you're interested, make sure to visit .
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The Florida Review Feb 6
Submissions are open for our 2019 Editors' Awards in Fiction, Poetry, and Creative Nonfiction! Winners receive publication and $1000 prize. For more info or to submit work, find us on Submittable here: .
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xtina drill Feb 5
really excited about this pub, gonna post about it here 🌸 my story “the most anonymous state” is in the new issue of . really beautiful issue which includes a huge special latinx feature. 🤗🌸💓
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Valorie K. Ruiz Feb 4
Honored to have one of my metered poems thats close to my heart in the newest issue of !!! Many thanks to for curating such a lovely feature <3
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Antioch College Feb 2
“The Bittersweetness of Remembering Past Lives,” a story by Julia María Schiavone Camacho (Assistant Professor of Latin American History & Literature, & Humanities Division Chair) is published in the Fall ‘18 Latinx Special Feature of The Florida Review.
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Mx. Nicole Oquendo Feb 1
Just got my copies of 42.2. Grab this one especially for the Latinx feature, which was an honor to curate. I'm especially grateful to have had the opportunity to connect and reconnect with so many amazing writers.
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Julia María Schiavone Camacho Jan 31
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Julia María Schiavone Camacho Jan 31
Many thanks to everyone at , especially Lisa Roney & Nicole Oquendo , for publishing my story "Bittersweetness" in issue 42.2. What an honor to be included in the Latinx Special Feature. Such amazing company in this beautiful issue. Thank you!
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Afsheen Farhadi Jan 31
Happy to see my story in the new issue of and in such good company. Congrats to everyone involved!
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Pascha Sotolongo Stevenson Jan 30
So honored to have my story "Butterfire" in the Special Latinx Feature in . Congrats to all the other contributors! Can't wait to start reading.
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N.🥀🦂 Jan 29
Ahh! Happy to say I have a new poem out in The Florida Review's 42.2 Issue. Super thankful to the editors for their guidance, kindness & love in placing "All This." (Especially Lisa Roney & Nicole Oquendo ) Pa'lante.
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Chris Campanioni Jan 29
The awesome volume arrived today w/so many amazing voices inside, cover art by & also my ode to mortadella on the street corner (I name all my work after sex dreams) 🍖 thank you to such amazing editors & readers especially ❤️
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Steve Castro Jan 29
I recently read this Forrest Gander interview. The poetry community is indeed small, e.g., I have work forthcoming in current The Florida Review print issue & Forrest Gander is my pressmate.
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Michael J Pagán Jan 28
New poem in the new Latinx Issue!
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The Florida Review Jan 25
January 25th is ! 🌴 What better way to celebrate this day than enjoying our Florida weather and reading an issue of The Florida Review?
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