River Bluff Review writers read their work at University Bookstore

Everything from a story about a husband’s suicide to a Kanye West-inspired haiku was heard last week as student writers shared their work from SIUE’s literary magazine the River Bluff Review.

More than 20 students read poems, short stories or excerpts of short stories last week at the University Bookstore to celebrate the publication of this year’s literary magazine.

The River Bluff Review is produced by English professor Valerie Vogrin’s Literary Editing class. Vogrin said students in the class are responsible for soliciting for work and designing the final product during the course of the 11-week class.

“It really is a student journal in every sense of the word,” Vogrin said.

Roughly 30 people attended the reading last week.

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