With just over three weeks left in our submissions period, Superstition Review staff are reaching a critical point in Issue 6. Submissions are pouring in and our section editors are reading and sorting them daily.
Our photoshopper has been busy formatting the head shots of confirmed authors as well as staff. We’re also looking to our Advertising Coordinator to develop new ways to expand our readership. Interview Editors are continuing their research by listening to National Public Radio broadcasts and reading previous interviews from our selected authors. This is allowing them to form more refined interview questions.
Content Coordinator Carrie Grant has confirmed poets James Hoggard and Amanda Auchter for this semester’s issue. Hoggard’s work has been published in Mississippi Review, Harvard Review and others. His most recent work, out of the 19 books he’s published, is Triangles of Light: The Edward Hopper Poems.
Author of The Glass Crib, Amanda Auchter‘s writing has appeared in numerous reviews and magazines and she has received accolades from Crab Orchard Review and Bellevue Literary Review, among others. We look forward to their work with Superstition Review.
In addition to providing these weekly updates on our progress, I strive to provide information on Superstition Review authors, and upcoming literary events in the community. Stay tuned in the next few weeks for features on Matthew Gavin Frank and Melissa Pritchard.
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4 thoughts on “Progress Update: Closing In”
I think Auchter was the editor of Pebble Creek Review, too.
I remember PCR reviewed my first chapbook. It wasn’t very favorable, but I was still happy about the review. I was excited that someone at least took the time to explore it.
I am happy to see James Hoggard as a confirmed poet for the upcoming issue. 🙂
Love how the list of established authors is shaping up for the upcoming issue of Superstition Review. It’s looking better and better!
Yay for the SR staff!!!
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