New Writers Issue

Autumn 2014 (Volume LXVII, No. 3)




  • "The Bright Obvious Stands Motionless"; Tap; On Visiting Writers' Graves   Cally Conan-Davies   




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Thanksgiving: a poem by Ginger Andrews

Do not forget to entertain strangers, for by so doing some people have entertained angels without knowing it. -Hebrews 13:2   If the almost perfectly fluted edge of your homemade pumpkin pie’s crust burns even though you carefully crinkled aluminum foil around it as soon as you noticed it was browning way too fast, for […]

The Hudson Review Seeks New Fiction Writers

This fall, The Hudson Review plans to publish a new writers issue to showcase writers who have not yet published a book. In anticipation of this issue, we are announcing a fiction reading period that opens now and will close June 15. All new writers are encouraged to submit their fiction manuscripts. We ask to […]

PEN World Voices Festival Celebrates Poets Translate Poets

We invite you to join us May 2 at the PEN World Voices Festival for a celebration of Poets Translate Poets: A Hudson Review Anthology co-sponsored by New York University’s La Maison Française and Casa Italiana.   May 2, 2014 2-4 p.m. La Maison Française New York University 16 Washington Mews (at University Place)   Part I 2:00 […]

A Celebration of Poets Translate Poets: A Hudson Review Anthology

The Hudson Review announces a special event celebrating the publication of Poets Translate Poets! Poetry Society of America and Syracuse University Press are hosting an evening of poetry with translators Lorna Knowles Blake, Charles Martin, Daniel Mendelsohn, and Lore Segal. They will read from Poets Translate Poets: A Hudson Review Anthology and discuss the work of translating poetry.   Tuesday, March 25 6-8 p.m. […]

Poets Translate Poets: A Hudson Review Anthology available now!

We are pleased to announce that Poets Translate Poets: A Hudson Review Anthology is available now from Syracuse University Press. Edited by Paula Deitz, with an introduction by Mark Jarman, the anthology features the work of eighty-three poets in twenty-four languages, translated by sixty writers; it represents the best of more than five hundred translated works originally published in The Hudson […]