The 33rd Review

The 33rd Review

In this issue, themes emerged illustrating nature and its strange wildness and destructiveness. Another common theme is loss and lack of connection.

The 32nd Review

The 32nd Review

The disquiet of an unsettled year is alive in many of the works in this issue with prominent themes of violence, hatred, and disconnect.

The 31st Review

The 31st Review

In this issue, we see the themes of loss, grief, loneliness and reminiscence.

The 30th Review

The 30th Review

As we celebrate 30 years, remembering the past emerges as a fitting theme in this issue.

The 29th Review

The 29th Review

The theme of families — functional and dysfunctional — emerges in this issue.

Who are we?

 

Founded in 1989, The Briar Cliff Review is an eclectic literary and art magazine.

 
Our full-size format and elegantly simple design provide an aesthetically pleasing venue for the work of contributors. Our editors are committed to nurturing writers and artists and fostering the best of both emerging and established writers and artists.