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Black Warrior Review 2016 Auction

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START
22
October 2016
04:00 PM CDT
END
11
November 2016
08:05 PM CST
RAISED
$1,771.00
GOAL $2,000.00
88.6% To Goal

Black Warrior Review 2016 Auction

Please join us in supporting Black Warrior Review during our annual auction fundraiser! After last year's success, we are proud to again offer a great list of items and services exclusively online for your bidding convenience.

Your participation in our auction helps guarantee that BWR can continue to showcase some of the most innovative, exciting, and challenging writing around today. All proceeds from our auction go directly towards producing our graduate-run, nationally renowned journal, and to paying our contributing writers for their incredible work.

Participate by browsing our available items from the comfort of your own home! There is no limit to how many times you can bid, so make sure to keep a watchful eye on all items you love up until the auction closes on November 9th at 8 p.m. All available items have been generously donated to us by the local businesses and artists of Tuscaloosa and surrounding areas, the students and faculty of the University of Alabama MFA Program in Creative Writing, and our larger literary community. Please check out links to the businesses who have shown BWR their support in the item descriptions, and make sure to pay them a visit if you're in the Tuscaloosa area!

If you're not interested in bidding, but still want to show BWR your support, you can! Check out our end of the year donation drive with thank you gifts including a BWR tote bag and travel tumbler: http://bwr.ua.edu/2016-end-of-the-year-donation-drive/


About Black Warrior Review

Established in 1974 by graduate students in the MFA Program in Creative Writing at the University of Alabama, Black Warrior Review publishes poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and art by Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winners alongside up-and-coming writers. Stories and poems appearing in Black Warrior Review have been reprinted in the Pushcart Prize series, Best American Short Stories, Best American Poetry, New Stories from the South, and other anthologies. Each issue features a chapbook from a nationally known poet.

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