A Brief History of Raleigh Review
Rob Greene launched what is now known as Raleigh Review in his Raleigh home on February 21, 2010, while completing his MFA in poetry from North Carolina State University. Many others joined Greene on Raleigh Review at a crucial time the following month in March of 2010 including his mentors and teachers Joseph Millar and Dorianne Laux as well as those from his MFA cohort including Will Badger and Smriti Ravindra. Since that time, Raleigh Review has evolved into a nonprofit organization that publishes an award-winning literary magazine and offers literary programs to a broad audience. Raleigh Review is a resourceful nonprofit as we are currently operating at half our already lean budget through the era of COVID. At the same time, we are still currently adding to our already prolific contributions to the literary arts. For more details on our history view the interviews at Sapling and The Review Review as well as the highlights below.