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Free State Review

Free State Review is a biannual literary journal published in print by Galileo Books and features drama, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.[1] The journal is based in Aiken, South Carolina and ships issues nationally in the U.S. and internationally.[1] The journal allows simultaneous submissions but no reprints.[1] Contributors include but are not limited to Gerald Locklin, Ed Field, James Robison, Elizabeth Spires, Gary Fincke, and Robert Cooperman.[1] The editors are Barrett Warner, J. Wesley Clark, Robert Timberg.[2] They support their authors by reviewing their recent books in other publications and by organizing contributor readings in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. [1] Furthermore, the editors feature a different contributor poem or story each week on The Bubbler, the Free State Review blog, in the form of a traditional blog post or a stylized video recording.


Free State Review was founded in 2012 by Hal Burdett, J. Wesley Clark, and Barrett Warner.[3] Initially, submissions were generated by word of mouth until its website launched in 2013. The first issue, which came out in 2013, featured a painting by Pulitzer prize winning poet Mark Strand.[4] The journal's motto is "Totally Limited Omniscience".[5][6]



Galileo Books (Julia Wendell)


Hal Burdett

J. Wesley Clark

Barrett Warner

Robert Timberg

Raphaela Cassandra

Author Liaison

Anniebelle Lynn Quattlebaum

Poetry Consultants

Elizabeth Carothers Herron

Edgar Gabriel Silex

Art & Design

Jessica Lynn Dotson


  1. ^ a b c d e "Free State Review | The Review Review". Retrieved .
  2. ^ Foor, Nicole. "Free State Review". Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Meet the Neighbors: Free State Review". Little Patuxent Review. 2013-04-02. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Lit Journal Reviews: Free State Review and OVS: Organs of Vision and Speech | MONKEYBICYCLE". Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Free State Review". Poets & Writers. Retrieved .
  6. ^ Foor, Nicole. "Free State Review". Retrieved .
  7. ^ "Masthead". Free State Review. 2018-03-05. Retrieved .

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