Exposition Review is an independent, multi-genre literary journal that publishes narratives by new, emerging, and established writers in the genres of fiction, flash fiction, nonfiction, poetry, scripts for stage & screen, film, experimental narratives, visual art, and comics.
Exposition Review is also dedicated to creating opportunities for writers and artists to share their voices through our annual issue, Flash 405 contests, and #ExpoPresents events, which include staged readings, panels, and our signature micro-workshops in locations throughout Southern California (and beyond). We develop new projects and events to benefit the Los Angeles literary community and also publish the podcast Transposition and the Expo Blog.
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Founded by the alumni of the Master of Professional Writing Program at University of Southern California, Exposition Review maintains the multi-genre tradition and spirit of MPW and its literary journal, the Southern California Review, after the program closed its doors in 2016.
Exposition Review is the result of hard work of MPW’s last graduating class, alumni, and former faculty as well as many former Southern California Review editors who came together to make sure this amazing community of writers and artists would live on beyond the program that brought them all together.
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