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MISSION

The Prairie Review is a laboratory for reading, writing, and publishing the works of grassroots poets and writers.  In order to increase the possibility for authentic and focused reception of the featured material, each edition of The Prairie Review showcases only a handful of writers along with a single visual artist. 

 

The Prairie Review is published tri-annually in February, July, and October. We engage with:

          poetry

          flash fiction

          experimental writing

          criticism

          translation

          art criticism

          drawings, paintings, photography, & collage

 

The majority of our contributors are friends and members of the Poetry Meetup in Chicago, a community of readers and writers which meets weekly to recite, discuss, and appreciate verse.