Christina Thompson on the Harvard Extension School Blog
In a guest post on the Harvard Extension School blog, Harvard Review
editor Christina Thompson gives her advice for how to improve your writing. Read her thoughts here
Harvard Review on The Millions
Our Senior Reader, Rachel Branwen, was recently interviewed for the Ask the Writing Teacher column on The Millions. Read the article here
Weinert Featured on Poetry Daily
The Roundtable at Porter Square Books
Boston Book Festival
Another great Boston Book Festival! Every year I wonder if this will be the time we get torrential rain, but no, we escaped again. The weather was beautiful, the crowd was terrific. Thanks to everyone who stopped by our tent on Copley Plaza. Hope to see you again next year!
Christina Thompson on Essay Daily
Want to know more about how we select work for publication? Take a look at our editor Christina Thompson's post on Essay Daily. The blog, run by Ander Monson, is "a space for ongoing conversation about essays & essayists of note, contemporary and not-so-much." Monson's found art essay "Bind in Everything" appears in the current issue of Harvard Review.
Harvard Book Store Warehouse Weekend
The Harvard Book Store Warehouse Sale begins this weekend at 14 Park Street, Somerville. We'll be there, along with more than 30 of New England's small presses and journals, from 10 to 4 Saturday and Sunday, September 14 and 15. Stop by if you're in the area and say hello!
For more information visit: http://www.harvard.com/event/warehouse_weekends_local_voices/
PEN/Heim Translation Fund Grant Winners
HR Covers Selected for Design Annual
We are very excited to announce that the covers of Harvard Review #41 and #42 have been selected for Print magazine's 2013 Regional Design Annual! Congratulations to Alex Camlin for his amazing design work. You can read an interview with Alex here.
“Creation Stories” Read Aloud
Hear Canadian author Judith McCormack’s witty story of love between two young lawyers read aloud by Katrina Grigg-Saito for The Drum. “Creation Stories,” from HR 43, has also been picked for Best Canadian Short Stories 2013. This is McCormack’s second story for Harvard Review; her first — “A Theory of Probability” — appeared in HR 26.