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This issue of TLR features stories about age about being young, being old, looking back, looking forward. There are poems about hope and regret, life, the universe, and everything else. Exciting new work from Eric Barnes, Kathleen Graber, Lisa Allen Ortiz, Eliot Schrefer, and Rav Grewal-Kök... to name just a few. These are metaphysical, intimate, and thrilling. What will you find in this issue of TLR? Everything you didn't know you should read. TLR: Read bravely.
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The Literary Review has been publishing out of Fairleigh Dickinson University since 1957. Our mission is to provide you with literature, including hybrid genres, foreign fiction, long poems, novellas. In TLR bold new voices appear alongside established luminaries and the results are exciting, vibrant, literary.Review:
The Literary Review is publishing some of the most, innovative, provocative and heartfelt literature being written today. Always daring in style or substance, its easily one of the best literary journals being produced today. --Paula Bomer, author of Nine Months
It's so arresting I raced to finish so I could pass the issue along to a friend. --Lorein Stein, The Paris Review Daily
TLR is one of the very best forums of new writing today. It strikes the perfect balance between formal innovation and human engagement... always stimulating, fresh, and smart. --Stephen O'Connor, author of Here Comes Another Lesson
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Book Description Fairleigh Dickinson University, 2015. Condition: New. Gillian Laub (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M098608431X
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