Hawai‘i Review

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Hawai‘i Review

Founded in 1973, Hawaiʻi Review is a bold student run bi-annual literary journal featuring national and international writing, as well as regional literature of Hawaiʻi and the Pacific.
For more information, please visit the links below:

People of Hawai‘i Review

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Anjoli Roy – Editor in Chief

Anjoli Roy is a third-year PhD student and creative writer in UHMānoa’s English Department. She is also so excited to be the 2013-2015 editor in chief of Hawaiʻi Review, our student-run literary journal, which is run by a small team of magnificent editors.

 

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Kelsey Amos – Managing Editor 

Kelsey Amos is the managing editor of Hawaiʻi Review and is sometimes a poet. She has been published in Paradise Review Issue 4 and Kuy: Stories and Poems by Kiln Press.

 

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Donovan Kūhiō Colleps – Design Editor 

Donovan Kūhiō Colleps is a PhD student in the English department at UH Mānoa.

 

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No‘u Revilla – Poetry Editor 

Noʻu Revilla is a Kanaka Maoli poet and Ph.D. candidate in the English Department at UH-Mānoa. She is also a founding member of Nolu ʻEhu: A Queer Nesian Creative Collective.

 

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Dave Scrivner – Fiction Editor

Dave Scrivner is originally from Baltimore, MD but is currently enrolled in the PhD Program in Creative Writing at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa and serves as the fiction editor for Hawai’i Review.

Featured in Hawai‘i Review    

Keali‘i MacKenzie

Michael Puleloa

Serena Ngaio Simmons 

Aiko Yamashiro and Dawn Mahi

 

 

 


Events:

After Hours Friday Event – ArtSpeak Presents Hawai‘i Review

Friday, October 24, 6-7:30pm

University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Commons Gallery

 

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