Come One, Come All: The Bayou Review Virtual Launch Party April 27
“The Bayou Review,” established in 1987, continues to provide a platform for new and established writers and artists to feature their work.
The UHD Community is invited to celebrate the virtual launch of “The Bayou Review” Spring 2023 issue! The Zoom event is Thursday, April 27, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., and will feature the sights and sounds of poets, fiction writers, translators, creative nonfiction writers, and visual artists whose work was selected for this latest issue. To attend, visit this link.
Led by Dr. Laura Cesarco Eglin, Assistant Professor of Creative Writing in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences’ Department of English, the student-run literary arts magazine provides students the opportunity to learn the inner workings of running a publication that showcases works from a diverse group of writers, poets, and visual artists. These works not only feature UHD students, but also creatives worldwide.
“The ”Bayou Review" offers a unique opportunity for students to gain hands-on experience on everything that has to do with a literary and arts magazine," said Cesarco Eglin. “This internship allows students to learn a variety of skills, which include editing, organizing and running a magazine, designing, and much more. Being part of ‘The Bayou Review’ team is extremely valuable for anyone thinking of working in the publishing world (literary magazines and presses)."
Interested in learning more? Visit The Bayou Review.
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