Writing Seminars professor and frequent THR contributor Mary Jo Salter’s seventh book of poetry, The Surveyors, was published on August 22 by Knopf. On October 3, Mary Jo Salter will read along with Andrew Motion at 6 p.m. in Mudd Auditorium on the Johns Hopkins campus. The event is free and open to the public.
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Selections from THR issue 10.3, Summer 2017, are live online. You can view the full table of contents and read online features here.
Wendy Videlock’s poem “Deconstruction,” which first appeared in THR, was selected for Best American Poetry 2017. You can read it here.
Read “Lampblack” here.
Like print books and independent bookstores, however, the literary magazine will not die. At the Krieger School, a small but well-regarded venture, The Hopkins Review, not only persists but shows signs of thriving, thanks to strong institutional support, robust creative and business partnerships, and a clear and evolving editorial vision. Read the entire article here!
John Irwin, who led The Hopkins Review from its rebirth in 2008, retired from teaching at Johns Hopkins University this spring. David Yezzi took over the reins of the journal in 2015. A well-known poet, actor and editor, Yezzi joined the Johns Hopkins faculty in 2013. Yezzi joined JHU Press to talk about his new position and […]
Photo by Summer Greer The Hopkins Review is pleased to announce that our new editor is David Yezzi, an associate professor at The Writing Seminars. Before coming to Johns Hopkins University, Yezzi was the executive editor of The New Criterion. He was also the associate editor of Parnassus: Poetry in Review and the director of the Unterberg Poetry Center of the […]
The JHU Writing Seminars has a slick new website. It’s part of a general redesign of all the university’s web pages. The website’s best feature? A page dedicated to The Hopkins Review!
It often seems as though the literary landscape is divided into two equal halves: there’s New York, and then there’s everywhere else. As someone who grew up far, far from Brooklyn, I take particular pleasure in the emergence of writers who identify with some small part of that second half.Nikolas Butler is one of those writers. The center of his […]
Due to a recent influx of manuscripts, we’ve decided to suspend submissions until the autumn. We have some catching up to do. If you’ve already sent us your work, rest assured: we will read it, and you’ll hear from us. We plan to open things back up in September. Thanks for your patience!