Issue 9 Launch Party [Recap]

We would like to thank all of our staff, interns, contributors, readers, Art Intersection, Mind Over Batter, and Pomegranate Cafe for making the launch of Issue 9 a success. On launch day alone, we had over 460 visitors, half of which were new to Superstition Review. We couldn’t have done it without you.

Check out some of the photos from our Issue 9 launch party.

Cake pops courtesy of Mind Over Batter.
Poet Gregory Castle reads his work. Editor Jennie Ricks presents her favorite work from Issue 9.
Editor Caitlin Demo presents her favorite work from Issue 9.
Friends of Superstition Review
Artist Carolyn Lavender discusses her work.
Editor Sarah Murray presents her favorite work from Issue 9.

 

Some of our talented SR Interns. Friends of SR including Faculty Advisor Melanie Pitts, Professor Duane Roen, and Hannah Roen, who was an editor for Issue 1 of SR.
Artist Monica Martinez discusses her work.
Editor Corinne Randall presents her favorite work from Issue 9.

 

Editor Christine Peters presents her favorite work from Issue 9.

 

Delicious vegan rolls courtesy of The Pomegranate Cafe.

 

Contributors and staff mingling before the presentation.

 

 

 

 

Delicious hummus & veggies courtesy of The Pomegranate Cafe.
Editor Christine Truong presents her favorite piece from Issue 9

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