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Upon Leaving: A Farewell from TSR Business Manager Leslie A. Green

There is a Neil Young song that starts with the line, “There is a town in North Ontario . . .” I used to play guitar and sing this song for my friends and replace “North Ontario” with “South Louisiana.” It doesn’t scan properly, but I made it work. I’ve worked at LSU Press and […]

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Emily Nemens Appointed to The Southern Review

The Southern Review is pleased to announce the appointment of Emily Nemens as coeditor and prose editor of this distinguished literary journal. Nemens, a Seattle native, was the search committee’s unanimous first choice. “We so pleased to have Emily join our staff,” said LSU Press director MaryKatherine Callaway, who led the nation-wide search. “Her strong […]

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The Southern Review Coeditor Cara Blue Adams Awarded Fellowship at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts

Congrats to Cara Blue Adams, coeditor of The Southern Review, published quarterly by LSU Press, on her award of a fellowship at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. One of the nation’s most prestigious artists’ colonies, the VCCA offers residencies to preeminent writers, composers, and visual artists. Adams has been selected as one of […]

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TSR Congratulates Pushcart Prize Nominees

The Southern Review is pleased to announce our Pushcart Prize nominees for 2011! Poetry nominees are Kevin Prufer for his long poem “Potential Energy Is Stored Energy,” which begins, “When the bomb tore through the train, / it cut the first-class cabin into halves,” and TSR’s own previous resident scholar, Jen McClanaghan, for “Infinite Melancholy,” […]

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Jeanne M. Leiby: A Tribute

Tomorrow family, friends, and colleagues of Jeanne’s will gather at the Hill Memorial Library on the LSU campus to pay tribute to Jeanne and her life’s work. For those who are unable to join us, linked below is a copy of the program. Jeanne M. Leiby: A Tribute

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