Mar/Apr 2018 • Vol. XL No. 2 Editor's Notes |

Editor’s Notes: The Exciting Program of “KR”‘s Summer Programs

As I write these notes, winter has just barreled into Gambier. The trees are stark and bare, the sky a pale, sere blue. Our students (and, yes, we instructors as well) are yearning for the holiday break. Yet at the Kenyon Review our team is already well advanced in planning the busy schedule of writing and reading programs for the summer ahead. I think these programs bear mentioning here because they are no longer simply a small, summer side-affair. Instead, our trustees have embraced them as central to the mission of what the Kenyon Review has become: a premier literary arts organization. From simply (simply!) producing a well-regarded print literary journal in decades past, we have expanded dramatically to offer electronic publishing, such as KROnline, a monthly newsletter, podcasts, blogs, and other social media as well. Even more unusual, perhaps, KR has evolved to offer a wide array of innovative writing programs to high school students and adults. Just as we have incre

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David H. Lynn is the editor emeritus of The Kenyon Review, a professor of English, and special assistant to the president of the college. He was the editor of the Review from 1994 to 2020. As an author, he received a 2016 O. Henry Award for "Divergence." His latest collection, Children of God: New & Selected Stories, was published in 2019 by Braddock Avenue Books.

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Editor’s Notes

By David H. Lynn

As I write these notes, winter has just barreled into Gambier. The trees are stark and bare, the sky a pale, sere blue. Our students (and, yes, we instructors as […]

Editor’s Notes

By David H. Lynn

As I write these notes, winter has just barreled into Gambier. The trees are stark and bare, the sky a pale, sere blue. Our students (and, yes, we instructors as […]

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