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The Bloomsbury Review®

About The Bloomsbury Review®: The Bloomsbury Review includes reviews, interviews with and profiles of authors; essays; original poetry; and a variety of features covering a broad range of book-related topics.

Contact Information:

1553 Platte Street, Suite 206

Denver, CO  80202-1167

Phone: (303) 455-3123

Email: info[at]bloomsburyreview[dot]com


Submission/Subscription Information:

Simultaneous submissions: no Email submissions: yes Response time: 6 months Payment: yes (see website) Contests: no ISSN: 0276-1564 Founded: 1980 Issues per year: 4 Distributors: Ingram Periodicals (US and Canada), Total Circulation (US), Disticor Direct (Canada) Average pages: 36 Copy price: $3.50 ($5.00/back issues) Sample copy (postpaid): Free Subscription 1 year: $24 (US); $36 (Canada); $50 (Intl) 2 years: $42; 3 years: $60 Lifetime: $300

Publisher’s description: Since 1980, The Bloomsbury Review has dedicated itself to uncovering the rare, the unique, the unsung, the best in publishing—those books and poets and authors often overlooked by other national review and literary media. Independent, eclectic, national and international in scope, good writers receive their due, great writers receive their praise, and new and neglected talents are brought into the light. The Bloomsbury Review is never stuffy, fluffy, ponderous, or pretentious—simply lively writing about good reading and interviews with the best contemporary authors.

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Pat Schroeder, President and CEO of the American Association of Publishers, said

The Bloomsbury Review is cause for celebration by anyone who cares about books and literature. At a time when newspapers and magazines across the country are cutting back on their book review pages, The Bloomsbury Review has become a national treasure.

Recent Issues:

Volume 31 Issue 3 features “Place Lives & Breathes,” Page Lambert & Laura Pritchett in conversation and reviews of Terese Svoboda’s Bohemian Girl, Binyavanga Wainaina’s One Day I Will Write About This Place, Richard Dellamora’s Radclyffe Hall, George Lowe’s The Bonus, David Wagoner’s After the Point of No Return, and more.


last updated 12/3/2013