Celebrate with Superstition Review

If you’re in Phoenix or within driving distance on Thursday, April 25, be sure to attend the launching party of the 11th issue of  Superstition Review, the online literary magazine at Arizona State University. The celebratory occasion will take place at the Mesa Arts Center from 6 to 8 p.m.

While you dine on great food from the local vegan and vegetarian restaurant The Pomegranate Café,  section editors will discuss their favorite art, fiction, interviews, nonfiction, and poetry featured in the issue, and Cynthia Hogue will give a reading of her work. You’ll even have free access to the museum and to the exhibition “CreatureManNature” by Arizona artists Monica Aissa Martinez, Carolyn Lavendar, and Mary Shindell, who are past contributors to Superstition Review.

Sounds like a great event hosted by a wonderful online literary magazine:


About Richard Long

I'm a Professor of English at Saint Louis Community College--Meramec, where I teach composition, creative writing, environmental literature, and poetry. I also edit 2River, home of the 2River View, the 2River Chapbook Series, and Muddy Bank. You can also follow me on my bicycle as I tour the country, self supported, at richardtreks.blogspot.com.
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