Monday, December 31, 2007

Our first issue: the final lineup.

Barn Owl Review #1 will feature poetry and fiction by:

Kelli Russell Agodon * Neil Aitken * Ivy Alvarez * Nin Andrews * Amanda Auchter * Rusty Barnes * Sandra Beasley * Jennifer Berney * Erin M. Bertram * Patrick Carrington * Adam Clay * William Coughlin * Melissa Culbertson * Michael Czyzniejewski * Adam Deutsch * Emily D. Dressler * Jehanne Dubrow * Denise Duhamel * Noah Falck * Brent Fisk * Jeannine Hall Gailey * John Gallaher * Richard Garcia * Jessi Lee Gaylord * Do Gentry * Bernadette Geyer * Brent Goodman * Jessica Greenbaum * Susan Grimm * Shurice Gross * John Guzlowski * Anne Haines * Karen Hausdoerffer * Brandi Homan * Jessica Jewell * Leonard Kress * Jenifer Browne Lawrence * Amy Lemmon * Alex Lemon * Rebecca Loudon * Louise Mathias * Clay Matthews * Nathan McClain * Gary L. McDowell * Helena Mesa * Corey Mesler * Wayne Miller * Natasha Kochicheril Moni * Steve Mueske * Jeff Newberry * Julie Platt * Stephany Prodromides * Susan Rich * Renee Ruderman * F. Daniel Rzicznek * Steven D. Schroeder * Peter Jay Shippy * Sarah Sloat * Amy Bracken Sparks * Matthew Thorburn * Joshua Weber * Debbie Yee * Susan Yount

Plus Jay Robinson reviews Cate Marvin's Fragment of the Head of a Queen and Kirk Nesset's Paradise Road.

Barn Owl Review #1 will make its debut at the
AWP Book Fair January 30-February 2, 2008. Look for us at table 406, Americas Hall II, access from the third floor. Fabulous books from the Akron Series in Poetry, and information on the Akron Poetry Prize, will also be available at our table.

Please join the BOR editors at 7:00 pm on Saturday, 2/2, for the
NEOMFA: Northeast Ohio Masters in Fine Arts program reception. (The Sutton Center, Hilton New York, 2nd Floor S209.) Come enjoy a glass of wine and the hospitality of the faculty and students of the only consortial MFA program in creative writing in the nation.

Shortly after AWP we will begin Paypal sales of BOR#1, and contributor copies that aren't picked up at AWP will be mailed in early February. Contributors will receive two free copies, plus half-off additional copies ($5). Stay tuned to this blog for further updates, and thanks for your support!