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Among The Gorgons (cover)

Among the Gorgons

Michelle Boisseau received the latest Tampa Review Prize for Poetry for this new collection that the judges praised for making “graceful and unexpected leaps from personal to mythic, tender to satiric, and tragic to comic in poems that elude predictability and command attention.” Boisseau is a widely published poet, a member of the Poetry Society of America and PEN America, and her textbook,  Writing Poems  (Longman), is in its 8th edition. She is professor of English at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. ...
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Elf Poem

The Elf Poem by Peter Meinke and Jeanne Clark Meinke

This delightful guide to writing and reading poems will appeal to children of all ages with charming drawings by Jeanne Clark Meinke and wise and winking elfish verse by Florida’s Poet Laureate, Peter Meinke . . . ...
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Tampa Review 50

Tampa Review 50

This year Tampa Review celebrates its fiftieth anniversary with this second of two anniversary issues. From a tiny seed, a surprising family tree has grown: from the mimeographed and stapled UT Poetry Review to today’s lithographed Tampa Review , printed in signatures and sewn into hardback covers. Rooted in the literary and artistic community of the Tampa Bay area, we have grown to be Florida’s oldest literary journal, in this issue renewing itself in partnership with one of the area’s newest cultural assets, the Two Red Roses Foundation . . . ...
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Studies In The Fantastic 3

Studies in the Fantastic [#3]

With this third issue,   Studies in the Fantastic  welcomes readers to a reboot and revival of the journal, and the issue itself  focuses on reboots, in keeping with a compelling contemporary trend and our own re-launch of the journal. Contributors to the issue tackle issues of adaptation, appropriation, and translation. ...
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Announcements

Paula Brancato Wins 
Ninth Annual Danahy Fiction Prize

Paula Brancato of Long Island City, New York, has been selected as winner of the ninth annual Danahy Fiction Prize by the editors of Tampa Review . She will receive a cash award of $1,000 and her winning short story, “Executive Spa,” will be published in the forthcoming Fall/Winter issue of Tampa Review .
Apr 09, 2015

Bruce Bond Wins 2014 Tampa Review Prize for Poetry

Bruce Bond, of Denton, Texas, has been named winner of the 2014 Tampa Review Prize for Poetry. Bond receives the thirteenth annual prize for his new manuscript, Black Anthem. In addition to a $2,000 check, the award includes hardback and paperback book publication in 2015 by the University of Tampa Press.
Sep 24, 2014

Michael Hettich Wins 2013 Tampa Review Prize for Poetry

Michael Hettich, of Miami, Florida, has been named winner of the 2013 Tampa Review Prize for Poetry. Hettich receives the twelfth annual prize for his new manuscript, Systems of Vanishing . In addition to a $2,000 check, the award includes hardback and paperback book publication in Spring 2014 by the University of Tampa Press.
Aug 27, 2013