Porter Square Roundtable
On November 3rd at 7 PM, Harvard Review presents an evening of readings with Susan Barba, Mako Yoshikawa, and Suzanne Matson at Porter Square Books. Work by each of these three authors appears in Harvard Review 45.
More information at The Roundtable.
Marc Abrahams Talks with Harvard Writers At Work
Tonight at 7:30 p.m. Ig Nobel Prizes founder Marc Abrahams will talk about his new book, This is Improbable Too: Synchronized Cows, Speedy Brain Extractors and More WTF Research. Join us for this free event in the Barker Center's Thompson room to learn about the challenges of writing about lesser-known and surprising scientific discoveries.
Harvard Review at Boston Book Festival
Harvard Review made an appearance at the 6th annual Boston Book Festival in Copley Square on October 25. What a beautiful day, too!
Meet the Harvard Review
So you want to be a writer? First be a reader! On October 6, over hot cider and donuts, we held an information session for students interested in becoming part of our reading team. Send an email to email@example.com if you want to apply to read for us.
Meet the Agents
Join us for a conversation with Esmond Harmsworth of Zachary Shuster Harmsworth, Katherine Flynn of Kneerim, Williams & Bloom, and Rebecca Podos of the Rees Literary Agency about what it takes to get published. Thursday, September 25 at 5:30 pm, Straus Common Room, Harvard Yard.
Poetry Daily to feature Susan Barba
On Monday, June 16, Poetry Daily will feature Susan Barba's fine poem "Fair Sun" from HR 45.
HR in the Harvard Gazette
The Harvard Gazette has run an article detailing Harvard Review's recent accolades.
Stories from Harvard Review are also slated to appear in The O. Henry Prize Stories 2014, Best American Mystery Stories 2014 and Best Canadian Short Stories 2014. “It’s been a great year for us,” said Christina Thompson, editor of Harvard Review. “I’m always so happy for our contributors when their work is acknowledged in this way.”
Read the whole article here.
Harvard Review at Litfest!
Tomorrow in Ticknor Lounge at 6:00pm, Harvard Review will host a publications fair including undergraduate journals and organizations such as Tuesday, The Advocate, Speak Out Loud, Third Space, Satire V, and Harvard Book Review. Following the reception there will be a panel next door with Harvard's creative writing faculty in Fong Auditorium at 8:00pm.
On Thursday, come see Christina Thompson's panel "The Critic and the Crowd" with C. Max Magee, Jeffrey Howe, and Parul Sehgal in the Barker Center's Thompson Room at 12:00pm.
Healy Finalist for Best Translated Book Award
Duraj Chosen for O. Henry Prize Stories