Tampa Review & Tampa Review Online

Founded as University of Tampa Poetry Review in 1964, Tampa Review is Florida’s oldest continuously published literary journal.  Our name was officially changed to Tampa Review in 1987 when we expanded its contents to include the current mix. Today it is published in print twice a year in a unique and elegant hardcover format by the University of Tampa Press. Tampa Review Online began publishing literary and visual art on the Web in June 2012. It was originally designed and edited by graduate students in the MFA in Creative Writing program. In 2014 the online and print versions were more closely linked as part of Project MUSE Commons, and now the editorial work for Tampa Review and Tampa Review Online is carried out by a single staff. You will also find links here to all of the work published by TROnline during its first two years.

The design of the printed journal embraces a tradition of excellence in book arts hearkening back to illuminated manuscripts. The editors believe that contemporary works resonate most powerfully within a great tradition. Many of these historic craft traditions are preserved on campus in the Tampa Book Arts Studio.

As a gallery space in print, Tampa Review promotes awareness of multi-dimensional relationships between outstanding contemporary literature and contemporary visual arts. We advocate each act of reading as an experience of insight, outreach, and delight.

Editorial Staff

Richard Mathews

Fiction Editors
Shane Hinton
Yuly Restrepo

Nonfiction Editors
Daniel Dooghan

Poetry Editor
Elizabeth Winston

Editorial Assistants
Sean Donnelly
Joshua G. Steward

Staff Assistant
Josie Bready

Contributing & Consulting Editor
J. M. Lennon

Published by
University of Tampa Press

Tampa Review Online is published
in collaboration with Project Muse Commons

Archive of Previous Editors