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The University of Tampa Press extends the educational mission of the University through the publication of works of scholarship, creativity, and regional interest. Its publications disseminate the fruits of learning to a wide audience of serious readers both within and beyond the academic institution.

Truth & Affection • Peter and Jeanne Meinke

Together Peter Meinke and Jeanne Clark Meinke deliver Truth and Affection in the “Poet’s Notebook” columns that have appeared in Creative Loafing over a period of more than six years. As David Warner writes in his foreword, the entries are “difficult to define, a tasty bouillabaisse of poetry, politics, and personal essay . . . winning hearts and minds of all ages . . . and a few awards along the way.”...
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Tampa Review Issue 45/46

Issue 45/46 of Tampa Review features the 2012 winner of the Danahy Fiction Prize, “Scar” by Mark Krieger. Cover art by installation artists Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse. Our new double issue contains the work of twenty-eight poets, showcasing twelve works of art by painters, photographers, found-object sculptors, installation and mixed media artists, as well as six crafted works each in fiction and nonfiction categories....
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Dear Stranger • Jenny Browne

The poems from Jenny Browne's newest collection have been referred to as “angel-fisted lyrics,” that “retain the unpredictability not of a roulette wheel or a supernova, but of a quirky, wise friend.” With poems of memory and narrative, thought and feeling, Jenny Browne has shaped another powerful book. Available in Hardback and Paperback editions....
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One Year Subscription To Tampa Review

Enjoy fiction, art, poetry, and creative nonfiction from Florida and the world twice each year in an elegant hardback format Tampa Review subscriptions are ideal gifts for yourself or a friend . . . and subscribers receive an elegant bargain at just $22 for two issues (including shipping)....
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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.

Isabella David Wins Eighth Annual Danahy Fiction Prize

Isabella David of Ridgfield, Connecticut, has been selected as winner of the eighth annual Danahy Fiction Prize by the editors of Tampa Review. She will receive a cash award of $1,000 and her winning short story, “If the Meek Inherit the Earth, They'll Have Sons-of-Bitches for Lawyers,” will be published in the Fiftieth Anniversary Issue of Tampa Review.

Poet Jennifer Key Wins 2012 Tampa Review Prize

Jennifer Key, of Pinehurst, North Carolina,  has been named winner of the 2012 Tampa Review Prize for Poetry. Key receives the eleventh annual prize for her manuscript entitled The Old Dominion.