The Seattle Review

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The Seattle Review  
Discipline Literary journal
Language English
Edited by Andrew Feld
Publication details
University of Washington (United States)
Publication history
ISSN 0147-6629

The Seattle Review is a leading literary journal founded in 1977 by Donna Gerstenberger and Nelson Bentley.[1] It is based at the University of Washington. Work that has previously appeared in the journal has been short-listed for the Best American Short Stories and the Best American Essays on multiple occasions.

Notable past contributors include Sharon Olds, Daniel Orozco, Diane Wakoski, Al Young, Philip Heldrich, Carolyn Kizer, Marilyn Hacker, Mark Doty, Yusef Komunyakaa, Grace Paley, Denise Levertov, Tess Gallagher, Rebecca Aronson, and William Stafford.

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  1. ^ Poetic License, The Seattle Times, March 10, 1991

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