Issue 18 now available.
FYI: We have been having trouble with our Internet Provider. Any poems submitted between July 20 and August 3 were not received by us. If you would like to resubmit, please mark your poems as “resubmitted.”
Edison Literary Review is a nationally recognized annual established in 2002. Over the past years, we have published poems from well-known, experienced poets as well as from poets publishing for the first time.
March 8 at Barron Arts Center, Woodbridge, NJ: Issue 15 of
the Edison Literary Review was officially released. Contributors read their poems.
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The reading period for Issue 18 ended on August 20. Any poems accepted after that date will appear in Issue 18, to be published in the fall of 2019.
Congratulations to Patrick Rosal, local Edison resident, contributor
to Issue 5 of the Edison Literary Review. Patrick is a recipient of a Guggenheim fellowship – a well deserved honor for a wonderful body of work.
Some books you should enjoy:
“When the Gods Play Hide and Seek” by Gina Larkin
“The Secret History of New Jersey” by Tony Gruenewald
“The Crafty Poet” by Diane Lockward
All are available from Amazon and Tony’s also from Barnes and Noble.