Print and Digital Editions of Creative Journal Includes Work from Russell Sage College and Partners in the UK 

Russell Sage College’s student-run literary journal The Rev (formerly The Russell Sage Review) has announced its shortlist for the 2021 issue.

This 2021 issue will be a collaboration between The Rev; Haringey Unchained, a publication of Haringey Sixth Form College in London; Durham University, also in the United Kingdom; and CreativityUnleashed, a British non-profit which partners with secondary schools and universities to showcase creative talent among students.

The 48 pieces of work in the 2021 issue were selected from more than 350 submissions and include fiction, poetry and visual art in a variety of media. 

Visit https://www.sage.edu/student-life/the-rev to view the list of contributors and preview some of the work. 

The Rev editorial board anticipates holding a virtual launch party for the digital edition on April 28, in conjunction with Russell Sage College’s Undergraduate Research Day. Print copies will be available in May. 

Watch https://www.sage.edu/student-life/the-rev for details about the launch party and notices about the print and digital publications.  

The Rev is supported by the Russell Sage College libraries and Carol Ann Donahue Poetry Fund.

To get involved with The Rev, contact Angie Smith at [email protected]

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