Cimarron Review MLK Celebration Anthology / Spring 2021
We are pleased to present the Cimarron Review MLK Celebration Anthology, a special issue of the Cimarron devoted to Oklahoma State University student work inspired by the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Topics include marches in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, research on racial inequity in farming, and LGBTQIA+ inclusion in the science classroom. Purchase your copy through our Online Payment Hub.
Please join us in congratulating Cimarron contributor, Reese Conner, whose debut book of poems The Body He Left Behind, won the 2020 Cider Press Review Editors’ Prize Book Award and is now available for purchase. Pick up your copy today-!
Today we are very pleased to congratulate Cimarron contributor, Erin Flanagan, whose novel, Deer Season, is now available for pre-order from University of Nebraska Press. Reserve your copy today-!
Today we are extremely pleased to announce the release of Rachel Hinton‘s debut collection of poems, Hospice Plastics, winner the Cowles Poetry Prize and now available for preorder from Southeast Missouri State University Press. Hinton’s poem “Single Man” appeared in our Issue #193. Pick up your copy today-!
We’re thrilled to announce Cimarron contributor Karina Borowicz’s new collection of poetry, Rosetta, which won the Ex Ophidia Prize. Purchase a copy here.