The Antioch Review
The Literary Journal of Antioch College
Dr. Robert S. Fogarty
Antioch College mourns the passing of The Antioch Review’s longtime editor
THE ANTIOCH REVIEW IS CURRENTLY ON PAUSE
The Antioch Review remains on a thoughtful pause as Antioch College continues to navigate the challenges related to COVID-19, and focus on the core mission of education and supporting students. The current pause has offered the opportunity for deep reflection, and a dedicated group of faculty and staff have worked diligently to create proposals for a vibrant return of The Review. When a decision is reached, it will be shared publicly. If you have questions, you may contact Senior Vice President Shadia Alvarez (email@example.com). Staff are also monitoring The Antioch Review phone and email messages to respond to any questions.
The Antioch Review, a small independent literary magazine founded in 1941 in a small town in the cornfields of Ohio, is one of the oldest, continuously publishing literary magazines in America. Publishing essays, fiction, and poetry from promising and prominent authors, the Antioch Review has an international readership and reputation of publishing the “best words in the best order” for over 75 years.
Throughout our 75+ year history, the Antioch Review has published novelists, short story writers, and independent thinkers regardless of their formal reputation. The Review has played an important role in this literary history: Writers from Ralph Ellison to Silvia Plath to Leon E. Panetta have penned pages for the Review and critics like Gerald Early and P.F. Kluge have focused on important cultural questions.