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2012 Year in Review

2012 was a good year here in Fox Chase. We published three editions of The Fox Chase Review publishing 43 poets and 9 prose writers. We continued to strive to offer diverse selections of poetry and prose to our readers. We encourage you to read the works of these artists at these links:  

Our 2012 Editions of The Fox Chase Review


.and visit: Comprehensive List of Contributors for our archives.

The Fox Chase Reading Series  partnered with Ryerss Museum and Library in Fox Chase to present eight events featuring 16 Poets in the second floor gallery of the museum.       

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Our Poetry Editor Diane Sahms-Guarnieri conducted 2 workshops in 2012. The Tenth Muse Poetry Workshop for the Delaware Literary Connection in April and for The Fox Chase Reading Series at The Hop Angel in November.

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The Fox Chase Review and Reading Series Blog promotes our readings, poets, writers,  interviews, book reviews and general information of interest for our readers and the Fox Chase community.

We are looking forward to 2013 with nine events featuring eighteen poets/writers reading for The Fox Chase Reading Series at Ryerss Museum and Library.  For dates and times please see our schedule at: http://www.foxchasereview.org/12AW/docs/ReadingSeries2013.pdf . In January we will release of the Winter/Spring 2013 edition of The Fox Chase Review and are pleased to announce Poets on the Porch returns with 17 poets reading on the porch of Ryerss Museum and Library on July 13th.

The review and reading series are made possible by

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Poetry Editor Diane Sahms-Guarnieri

SR Moser
Fiction/Web Editor S.R. Moser

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Fiction Editor T.G. Davidson

Rodger Lowenthal reading 3-27-11

Occasional Book Reviewer and Host Rodger Lowenthal

In addition to contributors of book reviews and the poets and writers who grace our review with their work and read at our series. We do this for our love of the art of the written word and look forward to 2013 and your continued support.

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Best of the Net Nominations by The Fox Chase Review

Our  nominations for Best of the Net

Poetry:

José by Michelle Cahill – http://www.foxchasereview.org/11June/MichelleCahill.html 

“E” is for Eakins by Philip Dacey – http://www.foxchasereview.org/11AW/PDacey.html 

Trying on Death by Leslie Ann Mcilroy- http://www.foxchasereview.org/12WS/LeslieAnneMcilroy.html 

the home by D. B. Cox- http://www.foxchasereview.org/12WS/DBCox.html 

I Go Back to a House Party in 1979 by Stevie Edwards http://www.foxchasereview.org/12SU/StevieEdwards.html

Praia Do Titan by Jennifer Wong – http://www.foxchasereview.org/11AW/JWong.html

Prose:

Boxing Up Martin by Natalia Cherjovsky- http://www.foxchasereview.org/12WS/NataliaCherjovsky.html

Sanctuary by Russell Reece – http://www.foxchasereview.org/12SU/RussellReece.html

The Winter/Spring 2012 Edition of The Fox Chase Review is now on line.

The Winter/Spring 2012 Edition of The Fox Chase Review is now on line.

Poetry by Jenny Billings Beaver, Jane Chakravarthy, William Cordeiro, D.B. Cox, Rudy Garcia, Laura Kiesel, David Kozinski, Leslie Anne Mcilroy, Richard Okewole, Hayden Saunier

Fiction By Alexandra Isacson, Maria Takolander,   Natalia Cherjovsky

The Editors

Coming in January 2012

Coming this January, the Winter/Spring 2012 edition of The Fox Chase Review featuring:

Poetry by Jenny Billings Beaver, Jane Chakravarthy, William Cordeiro, D.B. Cox, Rudy Garcia, Laura Kiesel, David Kozinski, Leslie Anne Mcilroy, Richard Okewole, Hayden Saunier

Fiction By Alexandra Isacson, Maria Takolander,   Natalia Cherjovsky

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FROM THE ARCHIEVES

FROM THE ARCHIEVES

This is the sixth in a series of looking back at poets and writers published in past editions of The Fox Chase Review

From the Summer 2010 Edition:

D.B. Cox: one-storyhouse; blaze; exit;dust-off

Teresa Leo: Earth, Hair, Fire, Water; Fly Haiku

J.P. Dancing Bear: Canvas; Night Café

Jane Lewty: Attempt to Write an Alba (Only Poet To Hand BeingCharles Wright)

Charles P. Ries: Why I Gave Up Writing and Joined the Circus;
The Composition of Tears;My Cat’s Human; Exit Strategy

Open Wide 25

The 10th Anniversary Edition of Open Wide Magazine. This edition of Open Wide is ninety four pages with forty three contributors. To check out how to obtain the magazine  please visit: http://www.openwidemagazine.co.uk/owmissues.htm

Featuring poetry from: Rebecca  Schumejda, William Taylor Jr, John Dorsey, F.N. Wright, J.J. Campbell, Adrian  Manning, Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal, Dan Provost, John Sweet, Nathan Graziano,  Idris Caffery, G. Emil Reutter, Bradley Mason Hamlin, A.D. Winans, Iris Berry,  Jayne Lyn Stahl, Graham Nunn, D.B. Cox, R.C. Edrington, Lyn Lifshin, Jack  Phillips Lowe, K.M. Dersley, S.A. Griffin, Jason Mashak, Arlene Ang, Debbie  Kirk, justin.barrett, Heidi James, James D. Quinton, Owen Roberts, Peter  Finch, Steve Urwin, Ben Barton, John G. Hall, Jessica Stilling and Glenn  W. Cooper.

And fiction from: Ben Myers, Drew Gummerson, James D. Quinton, Marc  Barber, Angela Morkos, Jo Mortimer, Natalia Cherjovsky and Danny Rhodes.

2011 Pushcart Nominations- The Fox Chase Review

We are pleased to announce our nominations for The Pushcart Prize. Nominees were selected from the 3 editions of The Fox Chase Review published in 2010.

NOMINATIONS:

POETRY:

Burning House by Ocean Vuong published in the Summer 2010 edition and can be read at this link: 2010 SU 

Blaze by D.B. Cox published in the Summer 2010 edition and can be read at this link: 2010 SU 

Tempted by April Lindner published the Autumn/Winter 2010 edition and can be read at this link: 2010 AW 

Second Hand Unicorns by John Dorsey published in the Summer 2010 edition and can be read at this link: 2010 SU   

 FICTION: 

Just a Job by Alice Wootson published in the Winter/Spring 2010 edition and can be read at this link:  2010 WS     

I am Joy by A. Igoni Barrett published in the Autumn/Winter 2010 edition and can be read at this link:  2010 AW   

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