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Description: Harvard Review is semi-annual journal of poetry, short fiction, literary non-fiction, and reviews. Past contributors to the journal include: Arthur Miller, Alice Hoffman, Seamus Heaney, Czeslaw Milosz, Jhumpa Lahiri, Gore Vidal, Joyce Carol Oates, John Ashbery, John Updike, and Jorie Graham. Harvard Review has also helped to foster the careers of many up-and-coming writers including Rishi Reddi, Kathryn Starbuck, Charles Yu, Jess Row, and Katy Lederer. Selections from Harvard Review have been included in numerous anthologies, including Best American Essays 2009, 2004, and 2003; Best American Poetry 2008, 2006 and 2002; Best American Short Stories 2005 and 2003; Best American Mystery Stories 2006; Best New Poets 2008, and the Pushcart Prize Anthology 2004 and 2001.
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