Tag: Greensboro Review

  • The Greensboro Review – Spring 2021

    Featuring the Robert Watson Literary Prize-winning story, Casey Guerin’s “What Consumes You,” and the Prize-winning poem, Chelsea Harlan’s “Some Sunlight.” Issue 109 also includes an Editor’s Note by Terry L. Kennedy and new work from Rachel Abramowitz, Allyn Bernkopf, and more. Read more at The Greensboro Review website.

  • The Greensboro Review – Fall 2020

    Featuring the Amon Liner Poetry Prize winner, “An Imperfect Figure” by Tegan Daly, plus the first selection in our new flash fiction category, Stephen Hundley’s “Tiger Drill in Butterfly Class.” Issue 108 includes an Editor’s Note from Terry L. Kennedy as well as new fiction and poetry from Bridget Apfeld, Kathleen Balma, Andrew Bode-Lang, Rick Bursky, Christopher Citro, and more. Read more at The Greensboro Review website.

  • August 2020 eLitPak :: Greensboro Review 2020 Literary Awards

    The Greensboro Review 2020 eLitPak flier
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    The Greensboro Review invites submissions for our annual Robert Watson Literary Prizes in Poetry and Fiction. Send us your previously unpublished poems or stories, now through September 15! Winners each receive a $1,000 cash award and publication in the journal; subscribers submit for free. To learn more, read past winning works, and submit, visit: greensbororeview.org/contest/.

    View the full August 2020 eLitPak here.

  • July 2020 eLitPak :: Greensboro Review 2020 Robert Watson Literary Prizes

    The Greensboro Review 2020 eLitPak flier
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    The Greensboro Review invites submissions for our annual Robert Watson Literary Prizes in Poetry and Fiction. Send us your previously unpublished poems or stories, now through September 15! Winners each receive a $1,000 cash award and publication in the journal; subscribers submit for free. To learn more, read past winning works, and submit, visit: greensbororeview.org/contest/.

    View the full July eLitPak here.

  • The Greensboro Review – Spring 2020

    Greensboro Review - Spring 2020

    In this issue: the Robert Watson Literary Prize-winning story, Brendan Egan’s “War Rugs,” and Prize-winning poem, Emily Nason’s “Sertraline,” as well as an Editor’s Note from Terry L. Kennedy and new work from Helen Marie Casey, Will Hearn, Daniel Liebert, Robert Garner McBrearty, Elisabeth Murawski, Maxine Patroni, Alice Turski, and more. Read more at The Greensboro Review website.

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