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Broad River Review, Volume 46

In General, Literary Magazine, New Issue, Rash Awards on September 5, 2014 at 1:30 PM

BRR_2014_CoverVolume 46 (2014) of the Broad River Review is available.  The issue features the winners of the 2013 Rash Awards in Fiction (Tom Howard) and Poetry (Jessica Glover), as well as work by Bill Brown, Sharon Charde, Dianne DeCillis, William Doreski, Jesse Graves, Kathryn Bright Gurkin, Carol Hamilton, Hadley Hury, Simon Perchik, Diana Pinckney, Maureen Sherbondy, Pat Spears, Matthew Spireng, Scott Thomason, Donna Vitucci, Cary Waterman, Lisa Zerkle, and many others.  Thanks again to Wiley Cash and Joseph Bathanti for serving as judges for the 2013 Rash Awards in Fiction and Poetry.    Please view a list of the contents, or subscribe here.  

 

Broad River Review 2013: New Issue Published

In General, Literary Magazine, New Issue, Rash Awards on July 9, 2013 at 11:20 PM

The Broad River Review is pleased to announce the publication of Volume 45.  The issue features the winners of the Rash Awards in Fiction (Abigail Lipscomb) and Poetry (Karen Luke Jackson),  as well as other work by William Wright, Judy Longley, Mark Powell, Mary Larkin, Steve Cushman, and Catherine Carter.  For a complete list of contents, please visit our web site, broadriverreview.org.

New 2012 Issue Coming Soon

In Contributors, General, Literary Magazine, New Issue on May 2, 2012 at 2:52 PM

The 2012 edition (Volume 44) of the Broad River Review will be released in a couple of weeks.  Thanks to all who submitted work, either to the Rash Award contests or as general submissions.  We could not publish without you!

Look for the Table of Contents for the 2012 issue under the Current Issue tab on our main page.  We are excited about this issue.  If you would like to purchase a copy, please visit the Subscribe tab, also on our main page.

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