Saranac Review

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Saranac Review is a literary magazine, established in 2004 and based at SUNY Plattsburgh, that includes poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction.[1][2][3][4] It focuses on the relationship between Canadian and American writing.[5][6] The journal has also featured interviews with prominent writers such as William Giraldi and Reg Lee. The editor in chief, as of September 2010, is J.L. Torres. The Writer named it the "most exciting" new publication of 2004.[7] The Academy of American Poets named Saranac Review the poetry journal of the year in 2009.[8] It currently (with the recent suspension of publication of the Virginia Quarterly Review) has the largest circulation of any literary journal or magazine published by a state university in the United States.[4]

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  1. ^ Sima Rabinowitz, The New Pages, May 2005
  2. ^ "Rising from the Lake," Plattsburgh Press Republican, June 17, 2008
  3. ^ Best New Journals, Writers Digest, December 2004
  4. ^ a b Antrim, Allan. "Reshaping Landscapes at the Border," Writers' Chronicle, Summer 20o5
  5. ^ Poets & Writers (feature article) December 2008
  6. ^ La Press, Montreal. 11 Jun 2007, page 6 (in french)
  7. ^ Awards, The Writer, January 2005
  8. ^ Compendium, annual, 2009

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