Check out a new article on the making of Long River Review‘s 20th Anniversary Issue, written by our own Sydney Lauro. It gives wonderful insight on what goes on during the process of making our magazine, and why LRR is such a unique experience for UConn students.
The process for applying to be on the LRR staff for 2018 will begin midway through the Fall 2017 semester. Click here if you are a UConn student looking for more information on applying to be on our staff, and click here for more information if you’re looking to submit prose, poetry, or art for our next issue.
To our dedicated readers,
We have begun the process of uploading a few select pieces for you to enjoy from our latest issue. Some links are provided below. Keep an eye out in the coming days for more excerpted content, by checking our ‘Recent Posts’ sidebar on the homepage, or clicking through some of our Content categories. I hope you enjoy what you see, and if you are interested in the complete version of our 2017 issue, you can purchase a copy at the UConn Bookstore. For a complete list of contest winners, please consult our Current Issue tab.
Complete Allison Joseph interview
Complete Kimiko Hahn interview
Poem: “Fears After the Indonesian Forest Fires” By Anna Ziering
Poem: “New Year on Pleasure Island” By Brian Sneeden
Poem: “La Fusión” By Gabriela García Sánchez
It’s finally here, and it’s fluorescent. Our 20th Anniversary Issue is now available at the UConn Bookstore. We are so proud of this issue. Keep an eye out for the bright orange cover, and pick up your copy today.
Thank you so much to our contributors that made this year’s issue possible.
Take a look at one of our earlier videos from 2017, created by Ben Schultz and starring Creative Nonfiction Panelist, Brandon Marquis.