Rivanna Review is a new print journal published four times a year in Charlottesville, Virginia, on the Rivanna River. The content is general interest—stories, essays, book reviews, and notices of literary events, for your reading pleasure. The first issue came out September 1, 2021.
The format is 8.5' x 11", black and white, stapled. Distribution of the first issue is in bookstores in Virginia, to expand in the year ahead.
The magazine is listed in NewPages under "Literary Magazines," newpages.com. It nominates work for the Pushcart Prize, and promotes contributors on Twitter.
The single issue price is $8.00. A one-year subscription is $32.00. Please send a check with your name and mailing address to: Rivanna Review, 807 Montrose Avenue, Charlottesville, VA 22902.
Letters to the Editor
A Max Normal Christmas, by Scott Bradfield
The Light of Day, by Lisa Johnson Mitchell
Silly Putty, by Ed Meek
Half a Dozen Apples, by Manisha Sahoo
Schoolboys, by Tom Wade
Comic Book Kings, by Scott Bradfield
Edgar Allan Poe: Writer in Residence, by Brother Boncoeur
from Carmina, by Gaius Valerius Catullus
Photographs of plants, by William Jobes
Photographs, by Edward Lee
2nd Act Books
Dots & Dashes
The Roanoke Rambler
The Lakeside Classics
The Brilliant Abyss, by Helen Scales
Admit This to No One, by Leslie Pietrzyk
How High?—That High, by Diane Williams
What If We Were Somewhere Else, by Wendy J. Fox
Golden Heart Parade,by Joseph Holt
Other People’s Pets, by R. L. Maizes
The OK End of Funny Town, by Mark Polanzak
The Lines,by Anthony Varallo
News from Hapsburg
The Candlelight Tour
Robert Boucheron grew up in Syracuse and Schenectady, New York. His academic degrees are from Harvard University, B. A. in English, and Yale University, M. Arch. For nine years he lived in New York City. Since 1987 he has lived in Charlottesville, Virginia, where he practiced architecture to 2016. His short stories and essays on literature and architecture appear in Bellingham Review, Fiction International, Louisville Review, New Haven Review, Saturday Evening Post.