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The Antioch Review Publishes Volume 2 of 75th Anniversary Celebration

The Antioch Review continues its celebration of its 75th Anniversary with the publication of a second volume that highlights work published between 1961 and 2012.

This anniversary volume contains almost 600 pages of distinguished writing. There are famous essays, poems, and fiction from William Trevor, Allen Ginsberg, Elaine Showalter, Henry Louis Gates, Daniel Bell, Jorge Luis Borges, Clifford Geertz, Jorie Graham, and Edith Pearlmen. Writers who early published in the magazine during that period are: Rick Moody, Aimee Bender, Jaimy Quatro, David Means, T.C. Boyle and scores of poets.

Finally there are favorites of the editor, Robert S. Fogarty, who has been at the helm since 1977 and the winner of the PEN/Nora Magazine Award for Magazine Editing. Favorites include James Purdy’s brilliant anti-war story “Brawith”, Larry Levis’ poem “Though His Name is Infinite,” Ha Jin’s “The Saboteur,“ Gordon Lish’s ”For Jerome: With Love and Kisses” and Maureen McCoy’s memoir of her father “Vickie’s Pour House: A Soldier’s Tale.”



Copies of the earlier volume that focused on the period 1941 to 2010 and the current number are available online    (, at bookstores, and from the Antioch Review, Box 148 Yellow Springs, Ohio 45387.

Print and electronic subscriptions are available online ( or by mail order. The Antioch Review partners with JSTOR to provide electronic subscriptions.



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About The Antioch Review

Founded in 1941, the Antioch Review is one of the oldest, continuously publishing literary magazines in America. It publishes fiction, essays, and poetry from both emerging and established writers. Authors published in its pages are consistently included in Best American anthologies and Pushcart prizes.