Monthly Archives: January 2011
Abe says come visit the TSR booth at the DC AWP book fair! #600 in Hall B South And, come see TSR staff members at the following events: Friday, February 4th, at noon in the Virginia C Room in the Marriott Wardman Hotel, Lobby Level: A reading featuring past winners of the Kenyon Review Short Fiction […]
We are very happy to hear that “Test-Drive Baby,” first published in the Winter 2009 issue of The Southern Review, has been selected as the winner of the 2010 Robert Olen Butler Short Fiction Prize, and will be reprinted as the grand prize-winning story in an upcoming Robert Olen Butler Prize Stories anthology! Way to […]
Reynolds Price, a Literary Voice of the South, Dies at 77 From the New York Times: “If Mr. Price shook off the burden of Faulkner, his work remained elusive despite its strong regional flavor and commitment to “the weight and worth of the ordinary,” as the novelist Janet Burroway once put it. Mr. Price himself […]
Farewell to Our Offices in The Old President’s House Slideshow (“Hello to Our New Offices in LSU Press Building” Coming Next Week)
So Long, Old President’s House from The Southern Review on Vimeo.
“A Conversation with Andrew Ervin, author of Extraordinary Renditions”