Three Rivers Review

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Three Rivers Review
Categories Literature
Frequencybi-annual (1995-2008), annual (2008-present)
Year founded1995
Country United States
Based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Website Three Rivers Review

Three Rivers Review, or Three Rivers Review of Undergraduate Literature, is a literary magazine published by the University of Pittsburgh Honors College. Three Rivers Review was established in Fall 1995 as a student produced magazine called Thirst. [1] It now publishes work by students at the University of Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Regional campuses, and post-secondary undergraduate institutions in the Greater Pittsburgh area. [2]

In July 2010, Three Rivers Review Volume XIV was awarded the National Program Directors' Prize for Undergraduate Literary Magazine Content by the Association of Writers & Writing Programs. [3]

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References

  1. "Honors College: Student Publications". University of Pittsburgh. Archived from the original on August 21, 2013. Retrieved August 26, 2013.
  2. University of Pittsburgh English Department Publications
  3. AWP National Program Directors' Prize-winners