Adirondack Review


Adirondack Review

Publisher: Black Lawrence Press

The Adirondack Review is an independent on-line biannual of literature and
the arts published by Black Lawrence Press. It is dedicated to publishing
quality poetry, fiction, artwork, and photography, as well as interviews,
articles, book reviews, and film reviews. TAR was established in the spring
of 2000, with its first issue appearing that summer.

A unique feature of The Adirondack Review is that issues are published as
they come together; i.e., readers can watch the issue unfold as new work is
accepted and published by clicking on the evolving issue link on the cover
page. The current issue retains its status until the evolving issue has been
completed, either by having had what the editor(s) feel is an appropriate
amount of content for that particular issue, and/or we have reached the date
of the respective equinox or solstice that the quarterly issue falls on (or
near, as the case has sometimes been).

Each issue we include a featured poet, sometimes with an interview. The
poets are chosen by the editorial staff; we do not normally consider
applications for featured poet. We also publish the popular book review
column by Ace Boggess.

ISSN 1533-2063

Poetry submissions should be sent with the author's
name in the subject line to:

Fiction submissions should be sent with the author's
name in the subject line to:

All other submissions should be sent via e-mail with "(Art, Photography,
respectively) Submission" and your name in the subject line to:

Content is freely accessible in HTML format.

Current Issue: Volume IV Number 4 Spring 2004

Date: 1 Feb. 2005

Original posting date: 
Tuesday, February 1, 2005
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