GUEST POETRY EDITOR RICK CAMPBELL will read submissions for the fall 2014 issue of Kestrel!

Kestrel's poetry editor Elizabeth Savage is currently on a well deserved sabbatical. In her stead, poet Rick Campbell will serve as guest poetry editor for the fall 2014 issue. Don't worry, your work is in great hands! Rick's books of poetry include A History of Steel (A Selected Works), Dixmont, The Traveler's Companion, Setting The World In Order (which won the Walt McDonald Prize), and A Day's Work. His poems and essays have appeared in The Georgia Review, The Florida Review, The Tampa Review, Prairie Schooner, New Madrid, and elsewhere. Director of Anhinga Press for twenty years, Rick teaches English at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee. He has appeared in Kestrel multiple times, so he recognizes what we are looking for in our submissions.

Issue 31 | Fall 2013

Cover Art: 

A Story by Julie Anne Struck; Photo transfer, ink, collage and colored pencil on panel; 18" x 24"

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