Check Out Anna Lowe’s Poem

BY THERESA SMITH Sycamore Review alum Anna Lowe has her poem “Tale” featured on Verse Daily. As a fan, I am very pleased indeed. Nice going, Anna!

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Breakout novelist Nami Mun reading tonight

BY THERESA SMITH, Poetry Editor Please join Sycamore Review and the Department of English for a reading by fiction writer Nami Mun tonight at 7:30. The reading, held in the Krannert Auditorium on the Purdue’s West Lafayette campus, is free and open to the public. Since her fiction debut, Miles from Nowhere, Mun has been … Continue reading Breakout novelist Nami Mun reading tonight

Accolades!

BY THERESA SMITH, Poetry Editor Sycamore Review would like to congratulate one of our past contributors, Will Nixon, on his first full-length book of poems, My Late Mother as a Ruffed Grouse. You can check out the book (and the title poem) at the Foothills Publishing site here. Will Nixon has published two poetry chapbooks: … Continue reading Accolades!

Best New American Voices

BY THERESA SMITH, Poetry Editor I haven’t seen it posted on the blog yet, but a shout out to our Editor-in-Chief Mehdi Okasi.  His beautifully written story “Salvation Army” has been included in Best New American Voices 2009.  Congratulations Mehdi!

Congratulations

BY THERESA SMITH While I still have a blog ID, I’m going to embarrass and offer public congratulations to some members of our staff. First to our editor, Mehdi Okasi, who recently won a statewide National Society of Letters contest and gave a reading down in Bloomington Sunday. Also congratulations to our rising Assistant Director … Continue reading Congratulations