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Washington Square Review

The Washington Square Review (usually shortened to ON SQU) is a nationally distributed literary magazine that publishes stories, poems, essays and reviews, many of which are later reprinted in annual anthologies. Founded in 1996, the journal is based at New York University and edited by students of the university's Graduate Creative Writing Program. The Washington Square Review sponsors an annual literary contest and hosts biannual benefit readings in New York City.

Notable contributors


Amy Hempel's short story, "The Chicane," from Issue 37 (Spring 2016), was anthologized in Best American Short Stories 2017.[1]


The Masthead:[2]

Editor-In-Chief: Joanna Yas
Managing Editor: Katie Bockino
Assistant Managing Editor: Alisson Wood
Fiction Editor: Alyssa diPierro
Assistant Fiction Editors: Spencer Gaffney and Sonia Feigelson
Poetry Editors: Maggie Millner and Maddie Mori
Assistant Poetry Editor: Hannah Hirsh
Web Editors: Hannah Gilham and T.J. Smith
Assistant Web Editors: Nadra Mabrouk, Caitlin Barasch and Katie Rejsek
Interview Editors: Rachel Mannheimer and Eleanor Wright
Assistant Interview Editor: Elizabeth Dubois
International Editors: Mallory Imler Powell and Momina Mela
Assistant International Editors: Silvina Lopex Medin and Brittany Shutts
Copy Editors: Matthew Chow and Megan Swenson
Art Editor: Wallace Ludel

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