The Sewanee Review is one of the great little magazines in American Letters.— Roger D. Hodge



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"The voices here are smart, the writing is sharp, and the pleasure these writers take in discussing the art and craft of writing is palpable."

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Kent Nelson Wins Prize

The Spirit Bird: Short Stories (University of Pittsburgh Press)

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Ernest Finney’s Story is the Best of

"The Wrecker" included in the 2014 edition of The Best American Mystery Stories

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Yezzi’s Essay Picked Up

Poetry Daily shares “The Perfect Moods of William Logan”

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Finding a Writer’s Paradise

Sharing summers at the Sewanee Writers' Conference

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Cally Conan-Davies featured

“Ulysses Blue" from our spring 2013 issue

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Where Are They Now?

A former Aiken Taylor Intern is in the big leagues.

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Bill Collin's Papers Sold

Billy Collins News

I ducked into a bank and started writing the poem, standing up, on the backs of deposit slips. I used the bank pen that was attached to a desk with a chain, all of which made for a rather short poem. I tried to look very serious as if I were making a monster deposit.

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Four Chances to Read Floyd Skloot

Clear some space on your bookshelf

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13 Fresh Faces

Check out the bios of the thirteen new contributors to the Sewanee Review in 2013!

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