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The Atlanta Review is the review through which I entered the 1995 "Randall Jarrell Poetry Prize," sponsored by the N.C. Writers Network.  I received a letter from the North Carolina Writers' Network, and the results were also published in the Atlanta Review, 1996, Atlanta, GA.  Publishes...
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This literary magaine or literary review features the work of both new and established writers.  It was founded in 1980, and continues to grow, as it publishes chabooks now, many of which are "on the edge."  The publisher is now Niagra Falls, New York. Small Magazine Review says of...
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This literary review is one of high-quality poetry and short fiction at Schoolcraft College in Livonia, Michigan.  It has been publishing since 1984.
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The Appalachian Heritage, at Berea College, publishes works of writers primarily from Appalachian region.  The literary review, which publishes poetry, short stories, and essays, once dealt mostly with the past.  Now, however, I read on their site that they are looking for ground-breaking poems...
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Poetry Australia once accepted poetry from all over the world.  The new Poetry Australia, which I found online, www.poetryaustralia.com, accepts work only from Australians.  The review to which I submitted work consisted of poetry only.  The two poems they published are both, in ways, about...
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At the time I was publishing in Bogg: A Journal of American and British Writing, in the 1980's, it was a journal of most original, often funny, satirical, and sometimes outlandish poetry from both America and the UK.  I was proud to be in this journal with poets like Charles Bukowski.  Also, Bogg...
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As described by the then executive editor, Ruth Lisa Schecther:   Regarding the Spring/Summer 1988 Anthology/Awards Issue #11:  "Our warm thanks to the many poets, writers and scholars of reputation in this issue who contributed new insights about Anne Sexton and to those whose diverse work...
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Two short pieces by Mitch Cullin:  "Sunday Ritual" & "Sponge"
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The most riveting reads in history meet today's biggest thriller writers in Thrillers: 100 Must-Reads. Edited by David Morrell and Hank Wagner, Thrillers: 100 Must-Reads examines 100 seminal works of suspense through essays contributed by such esteemed modern thriller writers as: David Baldacci...