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Washington Square Review

The Washington Square Review (usually shortened to ON SQU) is a nationally-distributed literary magazine that publishes stories, poems, essays and reviews, many of which are later reprinted in annual anthologies. The journal is based at New York University and operated by students of the university's Graduate Creative Writing Program. Founded in 1996, it is edited and produced biannually. The Washington Square Review sponsors an annual literary contest and hosts an annual benefit reading in New York City.

Notable contributors

Editors

The Masthead:[1]

Executive Editors: Matthew Rohrer, Darin Strauss, Joanna Yas
Editor-In-Chief: Allyson Paty
Managing Editor: Emily Barton
Assistant Managing Editor: Lauren Roberts
Poetry Editors: Nicole Sealey, Mike Lala
Assistant Poetry Editor: Hannah Aizenman
Fiction Editor: Emma Draper-Reich
Assistant Fiction Editor: Jacob Brower
International Editors: Soren Stockman, Sultana Banulescu
Assistant International Editors: Paco Marquez, Michael Fetterman
Award Editor: Ines Pujos
Assistant Award Editor: Madeleine Barnes
Web Editor: Linnea Hartsuyker
Public Relations Editor: Jameson Fitzpatrick
Assistant Public Relations Editors: Emily Yoon, David Cotrone
Layout Editor: Anna Kovatcheva
Assistant Layout Editor: Emma Hine
Interview Editor: Dana Isokawa
Assistant Interview Editor: Kate Brody
Grant Editor: Ashley Romano
Archival Assistants: Liuyu Chen, Raquel Dorman

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Masthead

External links

  • Official website
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