As of 2017, Portland Review will be produced by graduate students in the creative writing and publishing programs at Portland State University, and to celebrate our new partnership with the English Department, we are relaunching the journal.
Portland Review celebrates the release of its Spring 2016 issue with readings from featured poetry and prose contributors, plus an exhibition of original works by featured artist Tatyana Ostapenko. June 7th at Literary Arts.
Portland Review is pleased to announce the winner of the Spring 2016 Short Fiction Contest, Doris Iarovici, author of the short story “One Way It Could Happen.” Congratulations to Doris Iarovici!
Portland Review celebrates its 60th year with the release of the Winter 2016 issue and readings by featured prose and poetry contributors Ian Carr, Heather Durham, Cynthia Kolanowski, Tessa Livingstone, and Judy T. Oldfield.
For February, 2016, Portland Review is accepting fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and art submissions for our Spring 2016 issue. In addition to our regular submission categories, Portland Review is pleased to present the Spring 2016 Short Fiction Contest.