Publishing in an open-access online format since 2019, River Heron Review is true to its namesake in being a sophisticatedly stylish journal. This newest issue features the work of Thomas McGuire, winner of the 2022 River Heron Poetry Prize selected by Deshawn McKinney. Finalists whose works are also included: Sarah Carey, Tresha Faye Haefner, Steve Nolan, and Sal Ragen. Contributors’ works fill out the rest of this installment, including Julie Cooper-Fratrik, Stephanie McConnell, Sylvia Karman, Jennifer Bullis, Grant Clauser, Beth Oast Williams, Michael Young, Eve Rosenbaum, Stephanie Yue Duhem, Suzanne Honda, Grant Chemidlin, Carol Sadtler, Richard Foerster, Amy Beth Sisson, Matt Thomas, Lisa Marie Oliver, Charity Everitt, Andrea McLaughlin, Gloria Monaghan, Devon Balwit, Ken Turner, Daniel Rabuzzi, Cheryl Martone, Ale de Luis, and Frank Paino. General Submissions and The River Heron Editors’ Prize opened on September 1 until November 30. Additional submissions and contest period deadlines can be found on the River Heron Review website.
The newest issue of online literary magazine River Heron Review includes poems written by 17 new and returning contributors. Their words are sure to inspire and perhaps broaden your take on the world. We hope that you are as moved by the images, themes, and topics so thoughtfully covered in these poems as we are.
Stop by the River Heron Review website to read the full issue.
River Heron Review Issue 4.2 has launched and is ready for you to read and enjoy. Issue 4.2 includes the work of 20 poets: J.I. Kleinberg, Tresha Faye Haefner, Dean Schabner, Wendy Steginsky, John Sibley Williams, Maliká Duff, Hannah Larrabee, Julie Cooper-Fratrik, and more. See a full contributor list at the River Heron Review website.
River Heron Review is an online poetry journal first envisioned in New Hope, Pennsylvania by Robbin Farr and Judith Lagana. They wanted to serve the literary community through publication, readings, workshops, and bringing the written word to life in as many ways as possible.
RHR publishes two digital issues a year (in February and August) online along with a contest issue and a supplemental issue. Speaking of the contest issue, the River Heron Poetry Prize is currently open to submissions through May 31. The Winner receives $500 and publication. This year’s final judge is Shankar Narayan who won the 2020 prize.
RHR also offers affordable digital workshops. Upcoming workshops include the Summer 2021 AWA Creative Writing Workshop with editor Judith Lagana, Telling the Story – Poetry with editor Robbin Farr, and (Re)Discovering Your Writer’s Voice with editor Judith Lagana.
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