Notre Dame Review

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Notre Dame Review  
Discipline Literary magazine
Language English
Edited by William O'Rourke
Publication details
Publication history
Winter 1995 - present
Frequency Quarterly
ISSN 1082-1864

The Notre Dame Review is a national literary magazine. Founded by the University of Notre Dame, it publishes fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction quarterly. The first issue was published in Winter 1995.[1]


Each year The Notre Dame Review hosts the Sandeen Prize in Poetry and the Sullivan Prize in Short Fiction.[2]

The Notre Dame Review is available in print and digital formats. Selections from the journal's first ten years of publication were published in Notre Dame Review: The First Ten Years (University of Notre Dame Press, 2009).

Notable contributors[edit]

Seth Abramson, Jeffery Renard Allen, Robert Archambeau, Ciaran Berry, William Archila, Simeon Berry, Anne Blonstein, Corinne Demas, Regina Derieva, John Drexel, Debra Di Blasi, George Foy, Eckhard Gerdes, Laura Gray-Street, Seamus Heaney, Harriet McBryde Johnson, Kelly Le Fave, Stacey Levine, Moira Linehan, Sheryl Luna, Valerie Martínez, Nadine Meyer, Czeslaw Milosz, Lisa Norris, Ricardo Pau-Llosa, Barbara Jane Reyes, Vera Schwarcz, Keith Taylor, Robert Vasquez, Martha Zweig

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Archived Issues". Notre Dame Review. Retrieved 17 November 2015. 
  2. ^ Prize page at Review website

External links[edit]