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GAMBIER — The Kenyon Review literary magazine won a $10,000 National Endowment for the Arts grant to help produce its six bimonthly issues in 2016, including a special issue devoted to science writing.

The Kenyon Review, an anchor of the literary tradition at Kenyon College, reaches more than 200,000 readers through its print and online publications featuring poetry, essays, fiction, nonfiction and translations.

The NEA award is an Art Works grant, which the federal agency provides to support lifelong learning and public engagement in the arts.

In the special issue for September/October 2016, notable authors will highlight the intersection of science and writing. Kenyon Review editors have seen a renaissance of science writing for casual readers.

“This issue will engage readers interested in nature, scientific discovery, health, the environment and more seen through the eyes of distinguished authors, from essayists to poets,” the editors wrote in their grant application.

The literary magazine, one of the country’s oldest and most respected, expects to publish work by about 310 writers online and in print over the coming year, having received more than 9,200 submissions in a recent reading period.

In applying for the grant, the publication promoted its three-fold mission: celebrating exceptional writing by new voices and distinguished contemporary authors, fostering a literary community through various communications and programs and teaching creative writing to people of all ages.

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