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New Ohio Review
About New Ohio Review: NOR consistently features some of the finest fiction, poetry, and nonfiction to be found anywhere.
Editors: Jill Allyn Rosser, Mark Halliday, Damien Cowger
English Dept. / 360 Ellis Hall
Athens, OH 45701
Phone: (740) 597-1360
Genres: poetry, fiction, nonfiction
Simultaneous submissions: yes Email submissions: no Online submissions: yes (see website) Reading period: year-round (subscribers); 9/1-5/31 (nonsubscribers) Response time: 2-4 months Payment: $10/page for prose; $15/page for poetry Contests: yes (see website) ISSN: 1935-357X Founded: 2007 Issues per year: 2 Copy price: $9 Average pages: 175 Sample price (postpaid): $9 Subscription (Ind): $16/1yr, $30/2yr Subscription (Inst) 1 year: $25
Publisher’s description: New Ohio Review is funded and edited by Ohio University’s Creative Writing Department. Our first nine issues offered work by Kim Addonizio, Frederick Barthelme, Billy Collins, Lydia Davis, Carl Dennis, Denise Duhamel, Stephen Dunn, Stuart Dybek, Allen Grossman, Bob Hicok, Tony Hoagland, Barbara Hurd, Yusef Komunyakaa, Thylias Moss, Robert Pinsky, Francine Prose, Christopher Ricks, David Rivard, Mary Ruefle, Alan Shapiro, Jim Shepard, Charles Simic, Christine Sneed, Wislawa Szymborska, Eleanor Wilner, Christian Wiman, and Dean Young, and many others.
The feature for issue #14 (Fall 2013) is Translation Cruxes II, a sequel to our popular feature from issue #13. In this feature, established writers discuss particularly difficult passages to translate into English and how each translator dealt with the problem. This issue’s feature discusses translations from Greek, French, Swedish, and even Choctaw. Issue #14 also features work from the prize winners of our 2012 New Ohio Review Contest in Poetry and Fiction. This year’s winners include Brian Trapp, Bradley Bazzle, Michael Derrick Hudson, and George Kalogeris.
Our Spring 2012 issue features striking work by Billy Collins, Jim Daniels, Denise Duhamel, Allen Ginsberg, Kenneth Koch, Alan Shapiro, and many others. The feature for issue #11 is Collaboration, in which established writers discuss how they have integrated collaboration into their work. This is one issue that you don't want to miss!
The Fall 2011 issue of New Ohio Review features exciting new work by Carol Anshaw, Todd Boss, Claudia Rankine, Patricia Foster, Rodney Jones, George Bilgere, and many others. Issue #10 also features work by the winners of the 2011 New Ohio Review Poetry and Fiction contest. The Fall feature this time around is “Six Poets on Six Movies”, where six poets reflect on movies they have found particularly fascinating. Please join us in celebrating some of the most original and vital literature of 2011.
last updated 10/01/2013