The New York Times referred to the Seneca Review, Hobart and William Smith's literary magazine, as a “top-level literary publication” in an article March 9. The comment appeared in a review of the works of Stephen Todd Booker.
Seneca Review, founded in 1970 by professors James Crenner and Ira Sadoff and edited since 1982 by English professor Deborah Tall, is distributed internationally. The magazine emphasizes poetry, and the editors have a special interest in translations of contemporary poetry from around the world as well as innovative, lyrical nonfiction. Publisher of numerous laureates and award-winning poets, Seneca Review also consistently publishes emerging writers. Poems from the magazine are regularly recognized by inclusion in the annual Best American Poetry series and the Pushcart Award series.