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Antioch Review celebrates 70 years of continuous publication

YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio – October 25, 2011 – A special 400+ page edition of the Antioch Review is now available. The issue celebrates the literary journal’s 70th year of existence and features some of the best work published by the Review in the last decade.

Founded in 1941 by a group of Antioch College faculty who sought to establish a political forum from which the voice of liberalism could be heard, the Antioch Review is one of the oldest, continuously publishing literary magazines in America. Today, moving beyond the social and political agenda of its founding editors, the journal publishes fiction, essays, and poetry from emerging and established authors.

The 70th anniversary issue includes Pushcart prize winners, National Magazine Award finalists, selections included in Best American Mystery and Best of the West anthologies, essays by three Antiochians and work by the journal’s advisory board members. The issue is available for purchase ($15) at and in more than 400 bookstores around the country.

Robert Fogarty, editor since 1977, is proud of the Review’s reputation.

“Librarians from Delhi to Dresden know us, writers and critics read us, and two generations of readers remember the Review for a particular article, story, or poem that caught their imagination,” he said.

Fogarty reports that an electronic edition of the Review should be available sometime next year.

About the Antioch Review

The Antioch Review, published quarterly since 1941, features fiction, essays, and poetry from emerging and established authors. Review competes with The American Scholar, The New Yorker, The Paris Review and Virginia Quarterly Review. Authors published in its pages are consistently included in Best American anthologies and Pushcart prizes. Robert S. Fogarty has served as its editor since 1977.



Robert S. Fogarty


Aimee Bender, The 20th-Century War Veteran Club
Rick DeMarinis, Odessa
Gordon Lish, Physis Versus Nomos
Lee Montgomery,The Things Between Us
Risteard O'Keitinn,Dogged
Nathan Oates,The Empty House
Edith Pearlman, Aunt Telephone
Benjamin Percy, In the Rough
Julio Ramón Ribeyro, trans. by John Penuel, Miss Fabiola
Leon Rooke, How to Write a Successful Short Story
Melanie Rae Thon, Tu B'Shavat: faor the Drowned and the Saved
Uwe Timm, trans. by Robert C. Conard, The Coat
Katherine Vaz, East Bay Grease


Daniel Bell, Ethics and Evil: Frameworks for Twenty-First Century Culture
Bruce Fleming, The Deep Springs College Cowboy Lunch
Robert S. Fogarty, Memoirs True and False
Clifford Geertz, Young Man Geertz: A Senior Paper
WIlliam Giraldi, The Physics of Speed
Stephen Jay Gould, Ground Zero
Judith Hall, What to Read, What to Praise
Daniel Harris, Celebrity Deaths
Neil MacGregor, A Pentecost in Trafalgar Square
Kenneth A. McClane, Driving
Maureen McCoy, Vickie's Pour House: A Soldier's Peace
Sallie Tisdale, Twitchy


Elizabeth Alexander, Emancipation
Eavan Boland, Is It Still the Same
Lucille Clifton, i take my glasses off
Alice Fulton, Call Me You-Boat
Terrance Hayes , A Small Novel
David Huerta, Index, translated by Mark Schafer
Mieczyslaw Jastrun, Wall, translated by Jeff Friedman and Dzvinia Orlowsky
Hedi Kaddour, The Warm Shadow, translated by Marilyn Hacker
Richard Kenney, New Year, with Nipperkin
David Lehman, The Old Constellation
Federico Garcia Lorca, Lola, translated by Ralph Angel
Amit Majmudar, By Accident
Aoyama Miuki, Hollyhocks, translated by Malinda Markham
Mong-Lan, Bangkok [neon lights]
Jacqueline Osherow, At the Wailing Wall
F. D. Reeve, Violets in a Pewter Vase
Tomaz Salamun, The Huge White Creature, translated by Brian Henry
Ntozake Shange, The Lizard Series I
Peter Jay Shippy, Daphnis and Chloe
Gerald Stern, Against Whistling
David Wagoner, Rara Avis
G. C. Waldrep, What is a Bass
Susan Wheeler, Alzheimer's Rag
Ghassan Zaqtan, Everything as It Was, translated by Fady Joudah

Et Cetera

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