“For a long time, I had wanted to share my writing with the world. I simply never knew how I could do it. When I decided to attend Exposition Review’s WriteGirl workshop for the first time, I hoped there would be some way for me to pursue my dream. And there was. It made me realize that I could explore as many different writing genres as I wanted, and that there would be at least one place where my writing would fit.” — Drew Shinozaki, WriteGirl mentee and Vol III. “Orbit” contributor

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  • Publish more than 180 pieces through our annual issues and Flash 405 contests.
  • Pay all of our contributors, starting with our fifth issue
  • Teach free workshops to high school students and publishing their work.
  • Mentor new literary talent through guaranteed feedback and internships.
  • Pay more than $3,500 to our Flash 405 contest winners.
  • Host quarterly events and workshops, including a panel at the Association of Writers & Publishers Conference in 2020.

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Thank You to Our Donors

Exposition Review is run entirely by volunteer writers, editors, and artists who are passionate about publishing new works and promoting other creatives. Much of the work we do would not be possible without the support of our donors, who help us grow and find new ways to provide value both to our contributors and our community. We are incredibly grateful to our past and current donors:

  • John Brady
  • Lauren Byrne
  • Kathleen Cole-Smyk
  • Alicia Ferguson
  • Gelya Frank
  • Angela Mackintosh
  • Mia Nakaji Monnier
  • Eileen Smith
  • Mark Stein
  • Max Tachis
  • Lauren Welch
  • Laurel Wetzork
  • Robin Leslie Wimsatt
  • Renee Winter

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