The Windsor Review is a journal of the arts, published biannually by the University of Windsor Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. The Windsor Review features poetry, short fiction and art, as well as interviews with prominent authors and artists. The journal was established in 1965 by Eugene McNamara, the well-known poet, short story writer and a former professor in the Department of English at the University of Windsor. Poets and short story writers who have seen their work published in the Windsor Review include Irving Layton, Gwendolen MacEwen, Frances Itani and W.D. Valgardson. Visual artists whose works have been featured in the journal include Jane Ash Poitras and Robert Fortin.
The Windsor Review welcomes submissions from both new and established artists. For further information, please see our submission guidelines.
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The Windsor Review is an international journal of life, literature, and art published bi-annually by the University of Windsor’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. The journal features high-calibre works of poetry, short fiction, and visual art. Founded in Spring of 1965, the Windsor Review has been providing the literary community with material from all across the globe for over four decades.
The Windsor Review can be found online at http://www.windsorreview.wordpress.com and http://www.twitter.com/WindsorReview. We will be introducing more online content in the coming months, so keep an eye on these pages to stay up to date about all the news from the Windsor Review.