The Allegheny Review

The Allegheny Review A national magazine of undergraduate literature.

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Our deadline for submissions for the 2018 issue is October 1st.Our prose judge this year is B.J. HollarsOur poetry judge...
09/29/2017
Submissions

Our deadline for submissions for the 2018 issue is October 1st.
Our prose judge this year is B.J. Hollars
Our poetry judge is Natalie Scenters-Zapico

If you are an undergraduate writer, please submit!

https://alleghenyreview.wordpress.com/submissions/

Submissions are now open from the 2018 issue of the Allegheny Review! The deadline to submit for the upcoming issue is October 1st, 2017. Please keep in mind that we only accept digital submission…

David Foster Wallace published his first story in The Allegheny Review.  Read here to see how DFW used that first public...
08/12/2016
D.F.W. Week: The Wonderfully Arrogant First Pitch Letter - The New Yorker

David Foster Wallace published his first story in The Allegheny Review. Read here to see how DFW used that first publication to promote himself in true DFW style!

http://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/d-f-w-week-the-wonderfully-arrogant-first-pitch-letter

Imagine you’d just started your job as a baby literary agent and this letter landed on your desk. What would you think, seeing that Europeanized date, …

09/14/2015

Happy to announce this year's POETRY judges: Nickole Brown and Jessica Jacobs. Submit now!

10/22/2014
Submissions

Announcing this year's judges for the Allegheny Review Literary Awards. For poetry, Eduardo C. Corral. For prose: Harrison Candelaria Fletcher. Submit now!

Submissions are open for the 2014 issue of The Allegheny Review! The deadline to submit for this year's award is December 15th, 2013. Please keep in mind that we only accept digital submissions vi...

Hey writers, time to submit your work!  This year's poetry judge is Richard Blanco.  The prose submissions will be judge...
11/01/2013
Submissions

Hey writers, time to submit your work! This year's poetry judge is Richard Blanco. The prose submissions will be judged by Benjamin Busch.

http://alleghenyreview.wordpress.com/submissions/

Submissions are open for the 2014 issue of The Allegheny Review! Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students only. A $5 entry fee covers a one-year subscription and eligibility for our p...

This year's judges for the Allegheny Review Literary Awards have been announced: Richard Blanco for poetry and Benjamin ...
09/18/2013
Submissions

This year's judges for the Allegheny Review Literary Awards have been announced: Richard Blanco for poetry and Benjamin Busch for prose. We are currently reading submissions for our 2014 issue.

http://alleghenyreview.wordpress.com/submissions/

Submissions are open for the 2014 issue of The Allegheny Review! Eligibility: Currently enrolled undergraduate students only. A $5 entry fee covers a one-year subscription and eligibility for our p...

Our next issue will feature an exclusive interview with Sarah Arvio, who is reading here this Thursday nighthttp://sites...
02/18/2013
Single Voice Reading Series To Present Sarah Arvio: 2/21 « My Allegheny | Allegheny College - Mead

Our next issue will feature an exclusive interview with Sarah Arvio, who is reading here this Thursday night

http://sites.allegheny.edu/my/2013/02/17/single-voice-reading-series-to-present-sarah-arvio-221/

The Single Voice Reading Series continues on Thursday, Feb. 21 with a reading by Sarah Arvio at 8 p.m. in the Tillotson Room of the Tippie Alumni Center. Arvio has published three books: “Visits from the Seventh,” “Sono: cantos” and “Night Thoughts: 70 Dream Poems and Notes from an Analysis,” a work...

looking for cover art!
01/30/2013

looking for cover art!

11/28/2012

We decided to extend our deadline until next Wednesday, December 2, 2012. Encourage undergraduates to submit their poetry, fiction and nonfiction today!

It's deadline time. Submit your work today!
11/26/2012

It's deadline time. Submit your work today!

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10/10/2012

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Our new call for submissions....and introducing ONLINE SUBMISSIONS.
09/17/2012

Our new call for submissions....and introducing ONLINE SUBMISSIONS.

Check out our own Allegheny Review on that early cover letter....http://www.utexas.edu/opa/blogs/culturalcompass/2012/03...
09/13/2012
New David Foster Wallace materials on display during Wallace Symposium | Cultural Compass

Check out our own Allegheny Review on that early cover letter....

http://www.utexas.edu/opa/blogs/culturalcompass/2012/03/26/new-david-foster-wallace-materials-to-be-on-display-during-wallace-symposium/

The Ransom Center acquired the David Foster Wallace papers and Wallace’s personal library in late 2009. Since that time, the Center has acquired several smaller collections related to Wallace. A two-case display of select items from these various collections will be on view in the Ransom Center’s lo...

To the first person to can quote a line or two of Byron's poem "Darkness," and can also name the Greek city where Byron ...
09/12/2012

To the first person to can quote a line or two of Byron's poem "Darkness," and can also name the Greek city where Byron died, goes this lovely 1946 Oxford UP edition of Byron's "Poetical Works."

08/28/2012

This week's free book (ANSWERS ABOUT THE FBI, ca. 1965) goes to the first person who identifies the author of the quotation below and also names two other American writers who were investigated by the FBI during the Cold War: The quote: "who reappeared on the West Coast investigating the FBI in beards and shorts with big pacifist eyes sexy in their dark skin passing out incomprehensible leaflets."

Visit the AR page for a chance to win this week's free book, which is quite a catch.
08/27/2012

Visit the AR page for a chance to win this week's free book, which is quite a catch.

Well, that was fast. Congrats to Brittany Baker for winning our first book. Maybe we should give away another one?  The ...
08/24/2012

Well, that was fast. Congrats to Brittany Baker for winning our first book.

Maybe we should give away another one?

The first person to do the following three things, gets a nice old Modern Library edition (ca. 1924) of E.M. Forster's A PASSAGE TO INDIA.

1) Briefly explain the connection between E.M. Forster and C.P. Cavafy
2) Quote a line or two by Cavafy
3) Like our page.

Let the wild rumpus begin!

08/24/2012

We're just launching our new page. Feel free to express how much you like us. The first person to post something on our page will get a free copy of the 30th Anniversary Issue, still hot off the presses.

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08/24/2012

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