Posted Friday, June 11, 2010: Preview content from the Spring 2010 issue of The Charles River Journal is now available on our website, including Birth of a Dixie Prophet by Boston-based writer Michael Healy and the sumptuous, Amergin-esque Antiphon by Irish poet John Griffin.
June 9, 2010: Due to the protracted delay in the publication of the Spring 2010 issue of The Charles River Journal, all print subscriptions will be extended to include the next issue following the previously scheduled expiration. The editors would like to make known that the forthcoming issue will be wrapped by the end of this month.
April 1, 2010: The debut collection of acclaimed poet and CRJ contributor Melissa Green, The Squanicook Eclogues, was honored with prizes from the Poetry Society of America and the Academy of American Poets on its first publication by Norton in 1987. Now the book has been reissued by The Pen & Anvil Press.
February 2, 2010: A hitherto unknown episode from the story of Odysseus' wanderings, as imagined by author Zachary Mason, appeared in the Fall 2009 issue of The Charles River Journal. In recent weeks, the book from which this extract was taken, The Lost Books of the Odyssey: A Novel, has been widely and deservedly lauded in the critical press. [from the Boston Poetry blog]
September 17, 2009: Join us for an issue release
reception at Brookline's Beacon Street Tavern,
at 7 PM on Tuesday September 29th. All are welcome
to enjoy in conversation, issue pricing discounts,
and free drinks and food. Please
do RSVP by emailing the editors so we can
know to expect you!
September 15, 2009: The second issue of The
Charles River Journal has arrived from the
printer. Visit our
subscriptions page to order your print or