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The Hudson Review

The New York City-based magazine explores literature and the arts.

Illuminating Literary and Artistic Criticism

The Hudson Review

The Hudson Review was established in 1948 as a forum to explore a wide and diverse range of topics in literature and the arts, described by the publication as "the area where literature bears on the intellectual life of the time and on diverse aspects of American culture." Now distributed in 25 countries, The Hudson Review boasts no university affiliation or any particular school of thought; rather, the magazine's interest lies in promoting new writers (more than a few have become prominent literary figures) and exploring the vast ways in which literature and the arts intersect with American culture and life. In addition to publishing the quarterly magazine, The Hudson Review runs poetry and short-story contests, and it operates the Writers in the Schools program at underserved New York-area high schools in partnership with the City University of New York (CUNY). Through this program, students meet with writers from recent magazine editions to read and discuss their work to increase their exposure to and passion for the literary arts.

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