Cedar City, Utah (PRWEB) January 14, 2015
Independent poetry magazine Sugar House Review is thrilled to announce the release of its tenth edition, a double-issue marking its five-year anniversary. This celebration of the critical success of Sugar House Review features poetry by many new contributors as well as repeat contributors whose work has previously resonated with readers.
Hard copies are available for purchase ($12) online at http://www.SugarHouseReview.com, as well as at many respected Utah retailers: including Main Street Books and Artisans Art Gallery in Cedar City; and The King’s English Bookshop, Weller Book Works, Golden Braid Books, and Ken Sanders Rare Books in Salt Lake City. Digital PDFs are also available online for $2.
Sample content of the issue is available at http://www.sugarhousereview.com/sneak_peek.html
The talented list of contributors includes Diana Anhalt, Shanan Ballam, Kevin Boyle, Jenny Mary Brown, Gordon Buchan, Thom Caraway, Anne Caston, Brad Clompus, Matthew Cooperman, Christopher Cokinos, Kelly Corinda, Emily J. Cousins, Jim Daniels, Brock Dethier, Gary Dop, Brad Efford, Thea Robin Engst, Kat Finch, Lauren Gordon, Andrew C. Gottlieb, Andrew Haley, Chera Hammons, Sara Henning, Katherine Hollander, Erin Hoover, Sean Howard, Sara Eliza Johnson, Catherine Keefe, Jen Lambert, Steve Langan, Esther Lee, Lisa Lewis, Joel Long, Lindsay Lusby, Angie Macri, Cate Marvin, Matt Mason, Matt Mauch, Kyle McCord, Anna Meister, Nancy Carol Moody, William Neumire, Greg Pape, Kate Partridge, Carl Phillips, Elizabeth A. Powell, RKR, Esteban Rodríguez, Christina Rothenbeck, April Salzano, Kate Savage, Brian Simoneau, Sarah Sloat, Danez Smith, BJ Soloy, Janet Sylvester, Jeff Tigchelaar, William Trowbridge, Donna Vorreyer, Carolyne Whelan, Jeff Whitney, Carolyn Williams-Noren, and Laura Madeline Wiseman.
Founded in 2009, Sugar House Review is a semi-annual literary magazine that publishes poetry and reviews of poetry books; it intends to be a magazine of breadth, one that represents poetry’s happenings now. It takes its name from the charming and pedestrian-friendly Sugar House neighborhood in Salt Lake City. Work first published in Sugar House Review has received four Pushcart Prizes and appeared on Verse Daily and Poetry Daily.
Sugar House Review is willing to offer discounts to educators and no-risk consignment deals to retailers. If you would like your local bookstore or library to carry Sugar House Review, please let us know. Direct questions to Nathaniel Taggart: editors(at)sugarhousereview(dot)com
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