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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 panelist: Aayushi Agarwal

Poetry panelist: Kelley Gifford

Poetry panelist: Brandon Barzola 

Fiction Panelist: Cameron Deslaurier

Fiction Panelist: Catherine Casey 

Fiction Panelist: Aiden Pass

Nonfiction Panelist: Rylee Thomas

Nonfiction Panelist: Sophie Archambault

Faculty Advisor: Ellen Litman  / ellen.litman@uconn.edu

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)
http://creativewriting.uconn.edu/writing-contests

Office Locations
Creative Writing Program: Austin Building, room 146
Long River Review: Austin Building, room 147

By Phone
tel: 860.486.2324
fax: 860.486.1530

To report an error on this website, please send an email to: sean.forbes@uconn.edu

3 thoughts on “Contact Us

  1. Hello

    My name is Lucas Miguel Hernandez, you can just call me Luke, and I am a UConn Alumni (CLAS 2011, BA in English). I am trying to get some short stories that I have written over the past five years published and am asking to be sure that Long River Review does publish works by alumni. I have read through the site and, while it does say that all works by anyone are published, I just want to be sure.

    In the event that the Review doesn’t accept my story/stories could you also give me help in finding a publisher? I have a list of periodicals that I have recently written down but just thought I would still ask. The stories are mostly anywhere from 2 – 25 pages long.
    Thank you.

    Respectfully
    Luke Hernandez

  2. Great, thoughtful essay on objectivity by Sten Spinella. I’m not objective: it’s original, full of insight and it needs to be said.

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