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TAMPA REVIEW 19

 
Tampa Review 19  
 

Tampa Review 19

Florida’s Premier Literary Journal: Stories - Poems - Essays - Art
By Tampa Press Editors  & Staff

Tampa Review joins the state’s museums and cultural institutions like the Florida Orchestra, the Asolo Theatre, and the performing Arts Center to bring the literary arts center stage in the cultural mix. As a a gallery space in print, it promotes multidimensional relationships between individual contemporary works of literature and other contemporary arts. It also fosters an appreciation for contemporary creativity in resonance with a great tradition. In this volume, the first hardback edition of the Tampa Review, W. S. Merwin translates Dante and writes of how his impacted stretches from 13th century Italy to 21st century America. St. Petersburg filmmakers describe the creation of Johnny Blue. University of Tampa alumni Claire van Breemen Downes and David Richards comfortably join international voices from China and India.

Fiction: James Katowich, David Richards, Samrat Upadhyah   
Poetry: Dante Alighieri, Martin Arnold, Priscilla Atkins, C. van Breemen Downes, Robert Farnsworth, Robert Funge, Erika Krouse, Michelangelo, Li Qingzhao, Allan Peterson, Keith Ratzlaff, Yuefu, Fun Xuan
Nonfiction: Thomas Hallock, Richard LaMamma, Allen Leepa, W.S. Merwin
Art: Bernice Abbott, Alice Dalton Brown, Julie Davis, Lynn Davison, Duane Keiser, Timothy Kennedy, Allen Leepa, Allison Massari, Robert Sanchez

Price:

$9.95

Pages:

82

Cover:

Hardback

ISBN:

(ISSN) 0896-064X-19

 

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  • Poetry
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