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SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Tricia Currans-Sheehan loves the "new book smell."

No, not the new car smell.

Rather, the Briar Cliff University English and writing professor enjoys the aroma of the ink that lingers on freshly printed editions of The Briar Cliff Re...

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — The Briar Cliff Review literary magazine is pleased to announce the winners of its annual writing contest.

Winning entries include Jude Nutter’s “Ianua: 19 September, 2016,” for best poetry; Daniel Paul’s “The Last Sun of Kansas,” f...

December 19, 2016

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — The Briar Cliff Review literary magazine has nominated six of its recent published entries for a prestigious Pushcart Prize.

The nominations include two works of fiction, “Thirty and Out” by S.J. MacLean and “Acqua Alta” by Kate Bul...

SIOUX CITY, Iowa – The Briar Cliff Review is proud to announce the winners of its annual writing contest. The winning entries include “Midwinter, My Mother,” by Laura Apol (best poetry), “Thirty and Out,” by S.J. MacLean (best fiction) and “On Kindne...

October 12, 2015

BOSTON, Mass. — Jennifer De Leon’s short story “Home Movie,” first published in The Briar Cliff Review, was chosen as this year’s One City, One Story selection by the Boston Book Festival.

 

The festival, which runs Oct. 23-24, will release 30,000 prin...

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