New Delta Review

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New Delta Review  
Discipline literary journal
Publication details
Publisher Creative Writing Program
English Department
Louisiana State University (United States)
Publication history 1984-present
Frequency Quarterly
Indexing
ISSN 1050-415X
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The New Delta Review is a respected literary quarterly in the United States in print since 1984 and now with an online publication. The journal is published by Louisiana State University and has the second largest circulation of any literary publication in Louisiana.[1]

Recent contributors include many of the leading voices in international literature: Jennifer L. Knox, Paul Muldoon, Helen Dunmore, Anne Carson, Diane Lockward, Kristjana Gunnars, Billy Collins, Julia Copus, Andrew Motion, Robert Pinsky, Stacey Richter, Andrei Codrescu, and George Singleton.

Work that has appeared in the New Delta Review has won the Pushcart Prize and been reprinted in New Stories from the South and Best American Poetry.

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As of fall 2010, the editorial staff of the review is:

  • Editor in Chief..................Aimee Davis
  • Assistant Editor.................Becky Kaiser
  • Fiction Editor...................Julia Carey
  • Assistant Fiction Editor.........Jenny Lentz Brosseau
  • Poetry Editor....................Afton Wilky
  • Assistant Poetry Editor..........Ben Pelhan
  • Assistant Poetry Editor..........Sarah Maxwell
  • Nonfiction Editor................Ryan Gibbs
  • Assistant Nonfiction Editor......Alyson Pomerantz
  • Delta Mouth Coordinator..........Adam Atkinson
  • Delta Mouth Coordinator..........Kim Vodicka
  • Faculty Advisor..................Lara Glenum

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Writers Digest, 2007

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