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Steward of "Literary Magazine Review" has praised "Willow Review" as "altogether a singular magazine, unlike any literary magazine in the reviewer's experience."
"I saw a space in the literary magazine market that gave precedence to postgraduate work, so I decided to angle it towards that," he said.
SCHOOL ACTIVITIES: Volunteer counselor at Camp Sunshine, Grades 11 and 12; piano, Grades 9-12; junior varsity softball, Grades 9 and 10; varsity softball, Grades 11 and 12; Bromfield's literary magazine The Review, co-editor, Grade 12; Harvard Historical Society transcriber, Grade 12; peer tutor in math, Grades 11 and 12; a cappella, grade 12; Academic Integrity Board, Grades 9-12.
The literary magazine is one of 895 nonprofit organizations nationwide to receive an Art Works Grant.
A collaboration that brought literary magazine The Paris Review together with luxury cosmetics brand Aesop for a joint store in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood was not a product of long-term strategic planning.
Paper Dreams: Writers and Editors on the American Literary Magazine. Atticus Books, 2013.
Sylvester majored in English and was manager and senior consultant of the English Club and editor and editor in chief of the campus literary magazine.
Colorado's Arapahoe Community College Progenitor art and literary magazine, has been selected as one of three finalists for the 2012 Magazine Pacemaker contest in the two-year institution literary magazine category.
He was in many years director and editor of literary magazine Today and also board member of Swedish PEN and Vice President/ General Secretary of Independent Chinese PEN.
L N MALLICK DOHA THE Bazme Urdu Qatar (BUQ) released a special edition of its literary magazine, Khayal-o-Fun, during a function at Urdu Khaima in Bin Omran area recently.
The Improbable First Century of Cosmopolitan Magazine provides a fine cultural review of Cosmopolitan magazine and its many incarnations, considering how it's changed its image over the decades and how it has moved from its initial appearance as a family literary magazine that published quality fiction in 1886 to its move into expose journalism in 1905 and a 1960s businessman's vision for yet another dramatic facelift in the 1960s.
She has been published in the Kenyon Review, the New Mexico Poetry Review, the Hollins University student literary magazine, and Greenville Magazine.