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                             Celebrating over 100 years! 1915 - 2015

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                        Deadline for entry
                                into the
          2016 Morton Marr Poetry Prize contest
                         is September 30

 

                             Click here to see the rules and enter online.


                                                                 

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                           Announcing the
     Alfred & Jeanne Butler Prize for Nonfiction:
                                   

          The Alfred & Jeanne Butler Prize was established by their son Bruce to honor his parents, who
        enjoyed all forms of literature and loved to collect, read, and share many texts and tomes with those
          around them. The award consists of a $1,000 cash prize and publication in Southwest Review.

                    
                     Check back soon for
                      contest guidelines.

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             SWR Announces the Winners
                                of the
          2016 David Nathan Meyerson Prize
                     for Fiction Contest

 

                                                             Click here to see the results.
                                                                 

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Begun in 1915 and located on the campus of Southern Methodist University, Southwest Review is the third oldest, continuously published literary quarterly in the United States. Selections from Southwest Review have been reprinted in volumes of The O. Henry Prize Stories, The Pushcart Prize, The Best American Short Stories, The Best American Essays, The Best American Poetry, New Stories from the South, and elsewhere.

 

  

 "The Southwest Review, under Willard Spiegelman's enlightened editorship, is one of our most urbane and broad-ranging literary journals. It keeps a great tradition alive and in so doing makes a distinguished, invaluable, indeed necessary contribution to the ongoing life of our culture." - Jonathan Galassi