Publisher’s Description: The Antioch Review, founded in 1941 in a small Ohio town, has an international cast of writers and readers. The magazine plays an important role in literary history via publishing independent writers, exceptional poets, and brilliant thinkers regardless of formal reputation. For over 75 years, the magazine has worked to discover and publish promising and promising writers from Mandy Thomas to Rod Serling to Henry Louis Gates, Jr. to Sylvia Plath to Mark Strand to Leon E. Panetta.
The magazine publishes fiction, essays, and poetry. Most issues combine genres. There are occasional single genre issues. Review writers are consistently included in Best American anthologies and awarded Pushcart Prizes. Editor Robert S. Fogarty, received the PEN/American Center Nora Magid lifetime achievement award for magazine editing.
The Antioch Review is published quarterly in association with Antioch College. The Review receives support from the Ohio Arts Council and numerous friends around the world.