We are The Southeast Review, a biannual literary magazine run by graduate students of creative writing at Florida State University. We're asking for your help in producing our next print edition, volume thirty-seven!
The Southeast Review publishes poetry, fiction, essays, book reviews, interviews, and art from both emerging and established talent on the national and international levels. We are especially thrilled to find emerging talent and continue to support their careers in the literary world. We have already reached out to our recent contributors, gathered videos of these writers reading their work and talking about what the literary community means to them, and will continue to promote their work on social media. In addition to publishing two volumes of our journal a year, we also collaborate with local artists and printers to create limited edition broadsides.
We will be reaching out to our local Tallahassee and Florida State community as well as promoting our video campaign over social media in the next month. More importantly, we just attended the annual Association of Writers & Writing Programs Conference (AWP), hosting both a panel and a reading, and promoted our campaign at our book fair booth. This conference is attended by over 12,000 writers every year.
Risks and challenges
Since we have been producing The Southeast Review since 1979, we have a well-established production calendar for our print editions as well as a track record of meeting our publication deadlines. We have already begun to place content for volume thirty-seven under contract, and the broadsides we will be giving away as premiums have already been printed. For these reasons, we do not anticipate any particular challenges for the upcoming volume of the magazine.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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