Greensboro Review

Greensboro Review  
Discipline Literary journal
Language English
Edited by Jim Clark
Publication details
History 1969-present
Publisher
Frequency Biannual
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4 (alt Bluebook (alt1  alt2)
NLM (alt MathSciNet (alt Paid subscription required)
ISO 4 Greensb. Rev.
Indexing
CODEN  JSTOR (alt LCCN (alt)
MIAR  NLM (alt Scopus
ISSN 0017-4084
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The Greensboro Review, founded in 1966, is one of the nation's oldest literary magazines, based at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in Greensboro, North Carolina. It publishes fiction and poetry on a semi-annual basis. Work from the journal is featured in such anthologies as New Stories from the South, the O. Henry Prize Stories, and the Best American Short Stories.[1] Founded by poet Robert Watson, the journal was edited for many years by Jim Clark during his tenure as director of the MFA program; it is currently edited by MFA director Terry L. Kennedy. The original design of the magazine was updated in 1989 by then-MFA in Poetry candidate S. P. Donohue, who served as the poetry editor and production manager from 1989鈥90.

The Review awards the Robert Watson Literary Prizes.

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