The Southeast Review, established in 1979 as Sundog, is a national literary magazine housed in the English department at Florida State University and is edited and managed by its graduate students and a faculty consulting editor. The mission of The Southeast Review is to present emerging writers on the same stage as well-established ones. In each semi-annual issue, we publish literary fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, interviews, book reviews and art. With nearly sixty members on our editorial staff who come from throughout the country and the world, we strive to publish work that is representative of our diverse interests and aesthetics, and we celebrate the eclectic mix this produces.
The best thing about spring, besides the end of winter, is the arrival of a new issue of The Southeast Review.
Volume 28.1, which includes the winning entries from our 2009 writing contests—Dina Hardy in the Poetry category, Martin Cloutier in the Short Short category, and Heather Bryant in the Narrative Nonfiction category—will soon be available.
Speaking of writing contests, it’s not too late to enter the 2010 competition. Prizes include publication for all finalists and a cash prize per category of $500. The judges for this year’s contests are Robert Olen Butler, Barbara Hamby, and Julianna Baggott. Postmark deadline is April 1.
Or maybe what you’re looking for is a little structure in your writerly life, a little direction, a little something to get the creative juices flowing. Fortunately, The Southeast Review has brand new adult and young writer’s regimens starting April 1.
Spring has sprung. Check out all SER has to offer this springtime.
Not to be missed: SER Online & “The Cult of George Singleton.” Through Wednesday we’ll have … let’s call them “anecdotes” since they’re perhaps too true to be tall tales -- anecdotes about George Singleton as told by writers such as William Giraldi, David Kirby, Steve Almond, Michael Gills, Julianna Baggott, and others. Like the talented Mr. Singleton, the stories are both humorous and not always for the faint of heart.
Check out the fun here: http://southeastreview.org/singleton/.
Check out The Southeast Review Writing Regimen -- for poets, essayists, and fiction writers who want to produce a body of work by introducing structure to their writing life. It's 30 DAYS worth of writing prompts, reading/writing exercises, riff words, podcasts, weekly craft talks, and more.
Catch an all-new content Writer’s Regimen starting OCTOBER 1.
For more information: http://southeastreview.org/regimen.html