Black Warrior Review

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Black Warrior Review  
DisciplineLiterary journal
LanguageEnglish
Edited byCat Ingrid Leeches
Publication details
Publication history
1974–present
Publisher
FrequencyBiannual Print Journals and Annual Online Journal
Standard abbreviations
Black Warrior Rev.
Indexing
ISSN0193-6301
Links

Black Warrior Review (BWR) is a non-profit American literary magazine founded in 1974 and based at the University of Alabama.[1] Published in print biannually, and online annually, BWR features fiction, nonfiction, poetry, comics, and art. Work appearing in BWR has been anthologized in the Pushcart Prize collection, The Best American Short Stories (2009),[2] Best American Poetry, and New Stories from the South. The Spring 1978 issue was the first to feature graphics and included a photo essay by Diane Mastin.[3] Writer's Digest has named BWR as one of 19 "magazines that matter".[4]

In 2018, BWR began its annual online edition, Boyfriend Village[5]. Boyfriend Village is named after a short story by a former editor of BWR, Zach Doss, who died on March 15, 2018.

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  1. ^ BWR has taken its place among national publications The Tuscaloosa News – November 4, 2001
  2. ^ Literary Review The Hindu July 4, 2010
  3. ^ Black Warrior Review includes noted poet The Tuscaloosa News – Apr 20, 1978]
  4. ^ BWR has taken its place among national publications The Tuscaloosa News – November 4, 2001
  5. ^ "Boyfriend Village | BWR". bwr.ua.edu. Retrieved August 6, 2018.

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