Chariton Review

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Chariton Review
DisciplineLiterary journal
Edited byJames D’Agostino
Publication details
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Chariton Rev.

The Chariton Review is an American literary magazine based at Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri.[1] The journal was founded in 1975 by Andrew Grossbart. Jim Barnes was the editor from 1976 to 2010.[2][3]

Work that has appeared in Chariton Review has been short-listed for the Best American Poetry Series and The Pushcart Prize.

Among established writers whose work has appeared in The Chariton Review are David Wagoner, Michael Pettit, James Sallis, Ann Pancake, Gordon Weaver, Jacob Appel and David Lawrence.

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  1. ^ "Literary Journals". Missouri Center for the Book. Archived from the original on December 11, 2015. Retrieved December 10, 2015.
  2. ^ Carter, Christina. Support keeps flowing for Chariton Review, Nov 21, 2002
  3. ^ "Charton Review," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Oct 3, 1991

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