Volume 47 (2015) of the Broad River Review is available. The issue features the winners of the 2014 Rash Awards in Fiction (Adam Padgett, “Useful Things”) and Poetry (Sharon Charde, “Fiftieth Anniversary”), cover art by Allison Parrish, as well as work by Kathy Ackerman, Terri Kirby Erickson, Patricia Hamilton, Ryan Havely, Alice Osborn, Mia Sara, Maureen Sherbondy, Barry Yeoman, Abe Aamidor, and many others. Thanks again to Daniel Wallace and David Bottoms for serving as judges for the 2014 Rash Awards in Fiction and Poetry.
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Volume 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.
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.
The final judging for the 2012 Rash Awards is underway. Thanks so much for entering your wonderful stories and poems this year. We had a record number of entries. Please check back for a list of finalists and an announcement of the winners.
The Broad River Review is pleased to announce the Rash Awards for 2012. We offer contests in fiction and poetry to be judged by Jill McCorkle and Kathryn Stripling Byer. For complete information, please visit our web site, broadriverreview.org.