literary review

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Noun1.literary review - a review devoted to literary criticism
review - a periodical that publishes critical essays on current affairs or literature or art
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Sherbondy's stories have appeared in Stone Canoe, the North Carolina Literary Review, Southeast Review, and the Sierra Nevada College Review.
Review, Asian American Literary Review, Truthdig, The Collagist, Barrow
SCOTTISH LITERARY REVIEW is the leading international journal for Scottish literary studies, committed to approaching Scottish literature in an expansive way through exploration of its various social, cultural, historical and philosophical contexts, and of literary forms, both traditional and new.
Explicitly pornographic works are not eligible for the prize, run by the Literary Review magazine.
Colorado, Green Mountains, and The Literary Review and online in
Tolkien: The Forest and the City, edited by Helen Conrad O'Briain and Gerard Hynes; and two journal issues, Tolkien Studies X and Seven: An Anglo-American Literary Review 30.
The book which has an ecstatic bisexual orgy, which climaxes against a backdrop of imminent nuclear annihilation, set in Mumbai, has placed the Indian-born author among the pantheon of writers recognized by the Literary Review for producing the "most egregious passage of sexual description in a novel", the Independent reported.
Indo-American novelist Manil Suri has won the 21st Literary Review Bad Sex in Fiction Award for his book The City of Devi.
Her writing has been published in the Australian Literary Review and Australian Book Review, and heard on Radio National.
Natalie also won second place in the Cork Literary Review Manuscript Award 2011.
His work appears in numerous journals, including Gettysburg Review, The Southern Review, The Literary Review, and Crazyhorse.
Her poems have been published in The Atticus Review, Confrontation, The Red River Review, San Pedro River Review, Red Ochre Lit, Nervous Breakdown, Quantum Poetry Magazine, The Paterson Literary Review, Abalone Moon, Switched-on Gutenberg, and Paterson: The Poets' City (an anthology edited by Maria Mazziotti Gillan), among others.