Your generous support makes it possible for us to continue to champion writers and to train students as poetry and fiction editors of the magazine, in what longtime director Jim Clark called “an editing laboratory, where the editors and editing interns at both the graduate and undergraduate levels learn the finer points of copyediting, proofreading, style, and usage.” Former Review editors have gone on to publish Pulitzer Prize-recognized books and New York Times bestsellers; they have served as state poet laureates, received honors like NEA Fellowships and the Yale Younger Poets Prize—and have gone on to start dozens of literary journals and celebrated publishing houses.
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Jim Clark Graduate Fund in Creative Writing
Please consider a gift in memory of Jim Clark (1945-2017), MFA Writing Program director and editor of The Greensboro Review for more than three decades. Jim’s tireless work for the journal, the university, and the Greensboro community represents the best of what we are and want to preserve at UNCG.