South dakota review

South Dakota Review  
Discipline Literary journal
Language English
Edited by Brian Bedard
Publication details
Publisher University of South Dakota (United States)
Publication history 1963-present
Frequency Quarterly
ISSN 0038-3368
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The South Dakota Review is a quarterly literary magazine published by the University of South Dakota. It was founded by John R. Milton in 1963 and is currently edited by Brian Bedard. Past Associate Editors include Eileen Sullivan, and Theo Bohn. Works with a strong sense of place and image are encouraged.

SDR publishes poetry, fiction, interview, and literary non-fiction by both emerging and established writers of considerable skill. Recent contributors of note include Philip Heldrich, Tricia Currans-Sheehan, Jacob M. Appel, Gary Fincke, Eileen Sullivan, and Mark Sanders.

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