Critical and Creative Work on Religion and Literature

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The Thirty First Bird Review and Press

The Thirty First Bird Review is a Pittsburgh based journal of religion and literature. We are interested in both creative, and critical approaches to the discussion of faith and literature. The journal is not denominational, and does not take a sectarian approach to religious questions. Poetry, creative non-fiction, short fiction, and critical reviews are all welcome. We also publish philosophy, theology, theory and critical work. While we are not peer reviewed, we would like to publish academics who want like to take part in a serious, and yet informal discourse on the questions of religion, literature and culture. Please visit our website, and consult our submissions requirements. The online journal is updated weekly, and we are planning our first print issue for late in 2009, which will be on the theme of "Creation" in the widest possible meaning of the term. All questions or comments can be directed to the editor, Edward Simon, at