Happy Pub Day to Annie Woodford

We’d like to wish a happy pub day to Annie Woodford, whose first poetry collection, Bootleg, comes out today from Groundhog Poetry Press. We were thrilled to publish Woodford’s poem, “All Over the South Today,” in the Fall 2018 issue of the GR.

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Interview with Michael Pittard, Poetry Editor

Michael Pittard is a second-year MFA student at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. His poems and reviews have appeared in such publications as Tupelo Quarterly and Red Flag Poetry. He lives in Greensboro with his cat, Roosevelt. “‘Now the one thing you have to promise, Rudy, is that you never joke about this. Flying saucers are […]

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Happy Pub Day to Khanh Ha

Congratulations to contributor Khanh Ha on the publication of his latest novel, Mrs. Rossi’s Dream (The Permanent Press, 2019). Ha won the Greensboro Review Robert Watson Literary Prize in fiction for “Heartbreak Grass,” a short story adapted from the book. Mrs. Rossi’s Dream has already won pre-publication awards and been a finalist for the 2016 Mary McCarthy Prize […]

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Interview with Rose Himber Howse, Fiction Editor

Rose Himber Howse is a current MFA candidate in fiction at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Her nonfiction and interviews have been featured on Dead Darlings, GrubStreet Boston’s site for novelists. She is currently at work on her first novel, The Stones They Broke, a queer Appalachian story. Before pursuing her MFA, she taught […]

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Interview with Jabar Boykin, Poetry Editor

Jabar Boykin is from Greensboro, NC and is currently getting his MFA in poetry at UNCG. His poetry primarily centers around his Black American heritage of which he seeks to create new narratives and mythologies from past tragedies and traditions. After earning an MFA in Poetry, Boykin intends to pursue a PhD in African American Literature. He is a current poetry editor for The Greensboro […]

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Interview with Emily Morris, Managing Editor

Emily Morris won Honorable Mention in the 2018 NC State Fiction Contest and has work forthcoming in Reservoir Journal. Originally from Charlottesville, VA, Morris is currently at work on a short story collection focusing on issues of family and class in rural Southern America. She is the 2018-2019 managing editor of The Greensboro Review. Evan Fackler: […]

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Greensboro Review #104 is here

Our latest Fall issue has arrived! The GR 104 features new work from Erin Rose Belair, L.A. Johnson, Andrew Hemmert, Forrest Rapier, Hannah VanderHart, Derek Updegraff, Elise Juska, and many more. And it even matches the snowstorm in North Carolina…

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Send us your work

Our general submissions are now open, and we will accept short stories and poems through February 15. We look forward to reading your best work. Please see Submittable for full guidelines and to submit to The Greensboro Review.

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