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The Cimarron Review is a major American literary journal published quarterly by the Oklahoma State University. It was founded in 1967,[1] and its current editor is Toni Graham. The magazine has its headquarters in Stillwater, Oklahoma.[1]

The Cimarron Review  
DisciplineLiterary journal
LanguageEnglish
Edited byToni Graham
Publication details
Publication history
1967-present
Publisher
FrequencyQuarterly
Standard abbreviations
Cimarron Rev.
Indexing
ISSN0009-6849
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ContributorsEdit

One of the oldest quarterlies in the nation, Cimarron Review publishes work by writers at all stages of their careers, including Pulitzer prize winners, writers appearing in the Best American Series and the Pushcart anthologies, and winners of national book contests. Since 1967, Cimarron has showcased poetry, fiction, and nonfiction with a wide-ranging aesthetic. Cimarron Review has published authors such as Nobel Prize winner José Saramago, John Ashbery, Robert Olen Butler, Mark Doty, Diane Wakoski, Tess Gallagher, Richard Shelton, Richard Lyons, Rick Bass, Pam Houston, William Stafford, Paul Muldoon, Grace Schulman, and many others. Recent contributors of note include short story writers Jacob M. Appel, Gary Fincke, Rebecca Aronson and poet Christien Gholson.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b David J. Wishart (2004). Encyclopedia of the Great Plains. U of Nebraska Press. p. 483. ISBN 0-8032-4787-7. Retrieved December 25, 2015.

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