Support the literary arts and a local family-owned business by eating pizza! Grab a slice and a drink at Hotlips Pizza PSU on January 30th, 2018, anytime between 5pm to 10pm—10% of all sales will go to the Portland Review. Portland Review editors will also be hanging out, and happy to talk creative writing, editing, and publishing. Click here for details and updates, and to RSVP….
Portland Review will be attending Wordstock: Portland’s Book Festival on November 11th, 2017. We are very pleased to be among so many esteemed literary organizations at the book fair. Check out this year’s amazing author lineup, which includes Ta-Nehisi Coates, Jeffrey Eugenides, Claire Messud, Jenny Han, and Portland Review contributor Lidia Yuknavitch. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram as we gear up for Wordstock 2017.
Our fantastic new issue features an interview with Ursula K. Le Guin / new poems by Matthew Zapruder & Joanna Klink / new prose by Martha Grover, Kevin Sampsell, & Alexis M. Smith / and much, much more.
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.