The Louiseville Review Celebrates 40 YearsPublished November 15, 2016 Posted by Denise Hill
The Louisville Review celebrates 40 years of continuous publishing with its Fall 2016 issue. In her Editor's Note, Sena Jeter Naslund writes, "When I first held the newborn literary magazine in my hands, with great joy and satisfaction in 1976, and placed it alone, upright and wobbly on my office shelf, I thought, Someday there will be a whole row of this journal. That vision has come true, thanks to the initial support of the University of Louisville, the diligence of Karen J. Mann and myself in fundraising and cost-cutting, and to the generous continuing support of both the magazine and our Fleur-de-Lis Press by Spalding University. I thank these institutions, and Karen, the writers who have contributed their work to these eighty issues, and the enthusiastic readers over the last forty years." Thank you TLR and congratulations!