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Superstition Review journal launches third issue

April 14, 2009

WHO: Superstition Review online literary magazine at ASU Polytechnic campus

WHAT: Public Reading

WHERE: ASU Polytechnic campus, Cooley Ballroom

WHEN: Monday, April 20, 7:30 PM

Superstition Review is ASU’s innovative online literature and art journal at the Polytechnic campus. The national magazine is published every spring and fall by undergraduate student editors. For the launch of the third issue of the award nominated magazine, Superstition Review will showcase the talented undergraduate creative writing students of Arizona State University.

Superstition Review features nationally renowned poets and writers such as Jim Daniels, Judith Cofer Ortiz, Samuel Pickering, Dara Weir, Stuart Dybek, and Lee Gutkind. The journal publishes art, poetry, fiction, interviews and nonfiction entirely online. By creating ahead of the curve both in the realms of professional academic publishing and practical, hands-on learning opportunities for students, Superstition Review sets a new standard in excellence with their sustainable online publication. Superstition Review is nominated for an Arizona Governor’s Arts Award and the Arizona State University President’s Award for Innovation.

Students will be presenting original works of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. The reading will culminate in the unveiling of issue 3 as the new issue goes live.

About Superstition Review: Founded in 2007 at Arizona State University's Polytechnic campus, Superstition Review is committed to publishing fresh art, fiction, interviews, nonfiction and poetry. Superstition Review publishes two issues each year corresponding with the academic calendar. Visit for more information.

Chris Lambrakis,
(480) 727-1173
Public Affairs at ASU Polytechnic campus