Save the date! The Long River Review 2021 publication will be available for purchase starting September 1st at the Barnes & Noble at Storrs Center, 1 Royce Circle, Storrs CT.
Founded in 1997, the Long River Review is an annual literary journal of art and literature staffed by undergraduates at the University of Connecticut. Today, Long River Review is dedicated to championing the best work from emerging writers and artists across the globe in our annual print and online journal. We publish pieces that move us, and we want to move our readers as well. In a troubling and stagnant year, we hope the work enclosed in this journal offers readers something fresh and dynamic — something to help them ride out the storm, however long it may last.
Check out our 2021 online reading series featuring Long River Review authors published in our upcoming journal! Listen to short fiction piece Breakfast Potatoes by current Editor in Chief Alex Mika, or Fruit Basket by LRR author Samantha Bertolino, and many more to come! You can find them here or under Content then Recordings.
Spring 2022 Editorial Staff
Editor-in-Chief: Nicole Catarino Managing Editor: Jess Gallagher Fiction Editor: Eileen Sholomicky Nonfiction Editor: Michaela Flaherty Poetry Editor: Samantha Bertolino Translations Editor: Emily Graham Events Coordinator: Sam Bastille Blog Editors: Rylee Thomas, Aiden Pass Poetry Panelists: Aayushi Agarwal, Kelley Gifford, Nicole Catarino, Brandon Barzola Fiction Panelists: Cameron Deslaurier, Catherine Casey, Aiden Pass Nonfiction Panelists: Rylee Thomas, Sophie Archambault
Faculty Advisor: Ellen Litman / firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring 2022 Design Team
Amara Khaled Christopher Holguin Colin Ladd Jared Poulsen Kate Blomstrann Katie May Howarth Laura Skinger Leyla Arici Lina Racaniello Madison Marquez Micha Aviad Sarah Woodward
Art Liaison: Brandon Barzola
Contact the Creative Writing Program
Creative Writing Program
University of Connecticut
215 Glenbrook Road, U-4025
Storrs, CT 06269-4025
Link to Writing Contests (current UConn students only)
Creative Writing Program: Austin Building, room 146
Long River Review: Austin Building, room 147
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