Great River Review

Great River Review


The longest running literary journal in Minnesota, Great River Review was founded in 1975 at Mankato State. From 1996 until 2015, Great River Review was published by the Anderson Center in Red Wing, Minnesota, and edited by award-winning poet, Robert Hedin. Work published in the journal has garnered several Pushcart Prizes, inclusion in The Best American Sports Writing, and a Minnesota Book Award. In its new home at the University of Minnesota, Great River Review provides editorial experience for graduate students in English and Creative Writing (via a graduate seminar, ENGW 5130/ENGL 5090). Great River Review endeavors to bring the unique literary life of the Twin Cities to the rest of the world, even while bringing the rest of the world to the Twin Cities.




The journal will be printed at the end of the academic year, and distributed to subscribers by postal mail. Currently, the following options are available for subscription:
(shipped to locations within the USA)


(shipped to locations outside the USA)


(libraries, colleges, professional associations)


All Sales final. No refunds.