Welcome to The Florida Review, the literary journal published twice yearly by the University of Central Florida. Our artistic mission is to publish the best poetry and prose written by the world's most exciting emerging and established writers. Our thanks to all those who have submitted, subscribed, donated, read and supported FR.
We are pleased to announce the results of our 2014 Editors' Awards. Winners receive $1,000 and publication in TFR 39.2. Finalists work is published in the same issue.
The fiction winner is Scott Winokur for “Bristol, Boy.”
The finalists in fiction are Mary Hutchings for “When Walls Weep”and Lones Seiber for “Death in the Aegean.”
The essay winner is Allie Rowbottom for “Ghosts and Houses.”
The finalists in the essay are Thomas Gibbs for “Beseme Mucho” and
Stacey Parker Le Melle for “Tonight We Are the Americans.”
The poetry winner is Mary Obropta for “Resonance,” “Burnt,” and “Albino Dolphins”
The finalists in poetr are Benjamin Busch for “Sound Wave”; Emma Hine for “Big Game”;
Michael Collins for “Nightmare of Intercourse with Lightning”; and Angela Belcaster for “Calving in the Ice Storm” and “Lying Low so the Gods Won’t Notice."
Our annual Jeanne Leiby Chapbook Award in fiction, essay, and graphic narrative is open until the end of December. Winner receives $1,000 and chapbook publication. Click Submit your work.