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The Colton Review: Volume 17 is Out Now!

The Colton Review: Volume 17 is officially out! Members of The Colton Review staff, prose, poetry, and art winners, and members of the Meredith College community joined the Colton Review Reveal party on April 15 to celebrate the journal's release. To watch the recorded celebration on Meredith's CSA Day 2021 YouTube page, including showcases and readings from the winners, click here.

Copies of The Colton Review are totally free to anyone and can be found around Gaddy-Hamrick Art Center and Joyner Hall. You can also contact Rosemarie Cafaldo at to schedule a pick-up time. She is in her Joyner office on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings from 8-12 for the rest of the Spring 2021 semester. You can also read the digital version of The Colton Review right here on our website.

The Co-Editors of The Colton Review would like to sincerely thank Professor Woody Holliman, Hannah Schneider and the entire art team, Professor Ashley Hogan, all of our literary staff, and everyone who submitted work to the 2021 publication. We hope that the Meredith community enjoys reading The Colton Review: Volume 17 as much as we enjoyed creating it!

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