Monthly Archives: November 2010
Not that we’re good at math, but we can’t help but notice that a whole bunch–26% (11 out of 42)–of this year’s NEA grants went to poets who have been in the pages of TSR: Michelle Boisseau (Kansas City, MO) Chanda Feldman (San Francisco, CA) Richard Foerster (Cape Neddick, ME) James Allen Hall (Potsdam, NY) […]
Presenting Jacob, One of TSR’s Youngest and Most Enthusiastic Fans, Tailgating Before the LSU Homecoming Game in the TSR Parking Lot
We were told by Jacob’s father that he loved his TSR t-shirt so much he wouldn’t take it off when it was time for the game and wore it instead of his usual LSU attire. Geaux Tigers!
I’ve always been a reader. The family legend is that I learned to read at the age of two. I don’t remember when I learned to read but I don’t remember ever not knowing how. I do remember not understanding a lot of what I read. And I read a lot. I wasn’t officially exposed […]
We knew this was a good one! Congratulations, Weston!
TSR to hold 75th anniversary party in Lafayette at ACA on November 13 ArtWalk. Free and open to the public!
The staff of The Southern Review will host a reading and reception celebrating seventy-five years of publishing international icons of poetry and prose. The editors will read excerpts from the new issue and pieces from the archives of The Southern Review. The reading will be held at the Acadiana Center for the Arts at 6:30 […]