The Greensboro Review publishes its 112th issue

Posted on December 05, 2022

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The editorial staff of “The Greensboro Review” is pleased to announce the publication of our issue 112th issue.

We’re proud to share this Fall 2022 edition – marking continuous student- and faculty-run publication since 1965 – which features the Amon Liner Poetry Prize winner, “Broken Showerhead,” by UNC Greensboro alumna Dom Witten.

You’ll also find new poems and stories from both award-winning and emerging voices, including Cynthia Gunadi, Matt Hart, AE Hines, A. Van Jordan, Louise Marburg, Aidan O’Brien, Skyler Osborne, Suphil Lee Park, Sarah Elaine Smith, and Dean Young.

This issue also features a special folio of works by Kelly Cherry (1940-2022), former poet laureate of Virginia and one of the very first graduates of our own Graduate Program in Creative Writing (MFA ’67).

Despite challenges in literary publishing, our campus staff remains hard at work and dedicated to rigorous editorial production. Graduate students in creative writing continue to serve as editors and interns on “The Greensboro Review,” and our editors emeritus have gone on to pursue careers at celebrated publishing houses, literary agencies, arts organizations, tech companies, and universities across the country.

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