Founded in 1992, the Harvard Review is a quarterly publication fostering the work of new writers, promoting critical analysis of literature, and presenting the finest in poetry and short fiction. The journal has recently received a full aesthetic overhaul courtesy of Alexander Camlin. The resulting redesign brings Camlin’s cover work into the interior, making the full journal a more integrated design product. More about the Harvard Review and how to order here. (via design:related).

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