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, and book reviews, 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 will be in bookstores in Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, and farther afield in the months ahead.
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.
Second Date, by Christine Sneed
Sweet Caporal, by Mitchell Toews
Where the River Bends, by Cheryl Pappas
The Silver Circle Pin, by Pamela Bloomfield
From Tristan and Isold, French Twelfth Century
Poplar Bluff, by Bill Cushing
The True Story, by Brent Howe
Fort Harrison, by Ella Eulalia Finch
Elizabeth Bishop: Life and Letters, by Brother Boncoeur
Found, by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
A Journey on Foot, by Eduard Mörike
The Lorelei, by Heinrich Heine
Gray City, by Theodor Storm
Photographs of stoops and porches, by William Jobes
Know Knew Books
Friends of the Library
The Foggy Bottom Gang, by Leo Warring
Libertie, by Kaitlyn Greenidge
What Makes You Think You’re Awake?, by Maegan Poland
House of the Ancients & Other Stories, by Clifford Garstang
When These Mountains Burn, by David Joy
Massive Cleansing Fire, Howard & Charles at the Factory, by Dave Housley
Cargill Falls, by William Lychack
News from Hapsburg
In Memory of the Fallen
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.