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The student literary magazine of The Pennsylvania State University.
The Palimpsest Review's offices are located on the Hazleton campus of Penn State University, in the Administration building.All communication should be addressed to
  • Jim Manis, Editor in Chief,
  • The Palimpsest Review
  • Penn State University
  • 76 University Drive
  • Administration Building, Rm 205

  • Hazleton, PA 18201-1291.
    Phone and voice mail: 570.450.3189.
    Fax: 570.450.3182.
    E-mail: jdm12@psu.edu
The Palimpsest Review was founded in 1992.

For submission info view Palimpsest onLine!'s editorial information.

Table of Contents

Links to the Best Writing on the Web!

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    Palimpsest Volume 10
  1. Sarah Etter: “Concaves”
  2. Marissa Molina: "The Day I Wasn’t There"
  3. Andrew Timberlake-Newell: "Smokie"
  4. Anthony Kocur: "To the Edge"
  5. David Kim: "Young and Perverted"
  6. Ryan Morini: "B – Movie Enthusiast"
  7. Joe Giachero: "Whatever Came First"
  8. Meghan Elliott: "Sound"
  9. Veronika L Daddona: "Driver" and "Lamentia"
  10. Ronell Smith: "The 1988 Holiday Barbie"
  11. Charles Howells: "Bandwagon Patriots"
  12. Andrew Noll: "Ten Feet Behind J.F.K."
  13. Sarah E. Smith: "Autumn Skies"
  14. Daniel Debiec: "A Morning in Missoula" and "into the rain"
  15. Ryan Melling: "Hand in Hand"
  16. Andraleen Zelonis: "Let’s Play"
  17. Kevin Cope: "House Guest"
  18. Becky Liscusky: "I Like Dogs and Frogs" and "You know the pan’s hot"
  19. Amber Shinskie: "Scent of a Cherry Cigar"
  20. Zachary Bricker: "Bedtime Story"

      Professional Writers at Work

  1. Prudence Grimes: "Writing My Father's Stories"
  2. Jeff Worley: "Tapping the Wellspring of Language"
  3. Todd Davis: "Looking for the Light"
  4. Ray Petersen: "The Cardinal Trait of a Writer"
  5. Dev Hathaway: "The Art of the Story"
  6. Karen Blomain: - two poems
  7. Len Roberts:  Seven Poems
  8. Maria Jacketti:  "Objects of Poetry"
  9. Kassie Fleisher:  "Spinning Miss Stein's Grave" 
Important Sites for Writers

BookBrowser - fiction reading lists
BookBrowse.com - excerpts from recent books
Booknotes - authors speak on reading, writing, and ideas
Booktalk - talk about books
BookWeb - author tours, bookstores, discussion groups
Chapter One - first chapters of books, reviews, discussions
globebooks.com - news, forums, reviews, interviews, articles, databases of awards, authors
Goodreports.net - reviews, news, interviews, essays, etc.
Page ONE - interviews, news, writing resources, and tips
PreviewPort - author profiles, events, articles
The Reader's Corner - fantasy, romance, mystery

Be sure to check the highlighted links listed below and the long listing on our additional literary links site.
 

Care to visit some really good literary web sites?

Click the icon to go to Poets & Writers
The Most important source on the web for writers:  Poets & Writers on line
(Links to every important literary magazine on the Web.)

Click the icon to visit Poetry Dailey's site.
Poetry Dailey

Click the image to go to The Academy of Poets Web site.
The Academy of American Poets Web Page
Click the icon for Bookwire.

Electronic Poetry Center
In Association with Amazon.com
BookWeb
Click here to go to Alternet X.
altx.com
Palimpsest's Additional Literary Links
Essay on "Struggling to Publish" by Palimsest's editor, Jim Manis 

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