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The Southern Review congratulates David Hernandez for being selected for the Pushcart Prize XXXVIII

David Hernandez, “All-American,” autumn 2012 Listen to David read this poem David Hernandez received a 2011 National Endowment for the Arts Literature Fellowship in poetry.Hoodwinked, his third collection, won the Kathryn A. Morton Prize in poetry. His other collections include Always Danger and A House Waiting for Music. He lives in Long Beach and is married to the writer […]

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Former TSR Resident Scholar Wins Kore Press First-Book Prize

The staff of The Southern Review congratulates our former resident scholar Jen McClanaghan. Jen’s poetry manuscript, “River Legs,” has been selected by Nikky Finney for Kore Press’s first- book prize and will be published in 2014. The manuscript was also a finalist for the Dorset Prize and the National Poetry Series. Jen was educated at […]

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LSU Press and TSR Annual Fund

      The people at LSU Press and The Southern Review represent everything that is good in the world of literary publication. Their dedication to esthetic quality has been the gold standard in literary publication for over seventy-five years. The Southern Review published my stories when few other literary journals would. LSU Press resurrected […]

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Anna Journey reads 4 poems

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Opening Envelopes

Giving a guest lecture at Grub Street in Boston this October, I found myself revisiting the question of what good writing is. I’d been invited to speak at Cam Terwilliger’s class on narration and point of view, “Telling the Story: Perspective, Narration, and Imagination,” to provide an editor’s opinion. After the day’s craft lectures and […]

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