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What Our Supporters Are Saying

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Wild River Review performs an absolutely unique service by exploring the interface between world literature, poetry, culture and politics. The refreshing writers who are published here are filling in the missing pieces of old puzzles that bedevil us all. Wild River Review is to be cherished for its vision and nurturing spirit.”

Landon Y. Jones

Author, Great Expectations: America and the Baby Boom Era, Former Editor, People and Money Magazines

Wild River Review is a revelation. From gorgeous photography, illustrations and artwork to the all amazing interviews, fiction, poetry and essays.

I am a fan for life.”

Edwidge Danticat

Bestselling Author, Breath, Eyes, Memory, an Oprah Book Club selection; Krik? Krak!, a National Book Award finalist"

Wild River Review does what few magazines do. It captures the inner-workings of the human mind and heart with rigorous editing and beautiful language. More than that, Wild River Review entertains us with stories and reports from around the globe, giving us a greater understanding of our place in the world.”

Harriet Mayor Fulbright

President, J. William and Harriet Fulbright Center

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is Wild River Review

Wild River Review is a group of professional writers, editors and artists who work with contributors from around the world. We are based in Princeton, New Jersey.

Why should I buy an ad with Wild River Review?

Reach a sophisticated audience who spends money on entertainment, books, art, travel, food, music, and real estate.

For 10 years, we’ve cultivated a quality online mailing list of over 10K subscribers with engaged social media channels.

Wild River continues to be praised for “exceptional interviews: and feature articles that get to the heart of people’s vision, their creative lives, and their mission, connecting them to their unique audience.

We can synchronize your visibility with the timing of your events, from trade shows, art exhibits and conferences to special events, author engagements and festivals.

We carefully curate all content and messaging on social media channels.

How does Wild River Review promote education?

How does Wild River Review promote education?Wild River Review reveres the life of the mind and promotes lifelong education. We actively seek to nurture the next generation of writers, travelers, thinkers and editors in order to help them establish a foothold in a difficult and rapidly changing field on which open communication and true understanding depends. To that end, each semester we work with several interns. Although the students work on all aspects of the magazine, we tailor our internship programs to fit their goals and backgrounds.

Wild River Review also encourages submissions from and publishes new writers in a climate where there are fewer and fewer venues for deep, thoughtful essays and crafted writing.

As print journalism struggles to redefine itself and increasingly loses market share, established writers are also finding it harder to showcase their work. While benefiting from the capacity of the web to reach a wide audience, Wild River Review holds and guards the standards established by print media. We also offer established writers a viable alternative to mainstream media, and a forum for original ideas and fresh viewpoints.

Why should I sponsor an Interview or purchase one for my organization?

Wild River aligns with your existing PR strategy. Our interviews uncover your core mission and vision. We encourage people and businesses to develop their ideas so that their audience can fully experience their products and services.

We reveal the core of the business and the business owner in ways to attract the right customer and a larger interested audience.

We create timeless interviews that will remain relevant and that you can leverage to promote your businesses or individual work.

Storytelling and literary journalism, the expertise at WRR, has been identified as a crucial component to branding and distinguishing businesses in nearly every market sector

What is my visibility?

Your visibility on Wild River Review distinguishes your product, business, service and/or platform in an environment where our publications reach a highly educated audience of over 10K subscribers, including major influencers.

Our engaged Facebook community of over 10K offers advertisers visibility through social media posts which can be geo-targetted–and spread virally through relevant audiences up to the millions.

Do you offer design consultation?

Yes. We provide a wide-range of design services from ad design and brand consultation to campaign conceptualization and messaging.


Who owns the rights to work published in Wild River Review?

All work published in the pages of Wild River Review belongs to the magazine. For print publication, please contact: Online links must be fully credited with a link back to the Wild River Review website.

What are people saying about Wild River Review?

“Quality writing on the Internet is getting more rare, not because there’s less total words of it, but because there’s more B.S. per acre (as with any giant shopping mall with no control over who squats in the storefront.) Wild River Review is like a beautiful butterfly gracing a crowded flea market.”
Perry Cook, Oregon

“WRR stimulates my imagination for writing. It’s a refreshing mixture of culture, politics and art that sparkles; it’s unlike any other publication I read.”
Gerri George, Philadelphia, PA

“Wild River is simply unique. A publication like this must thrive; it is important for this kind of positive intellectual and informative material to reach the people–the masses–so they can learn and be informed.”
Marina Sarles, Freeport, Grand Bahama

“I read Wild River Review because it has opened doors previously closed to me. It’s like opening a literary National Geographic magazine with more info.”
T’challah, Atlanta, Georgia

“WRR articles have a ‘common touch’ feel. They are honest and in depth and look at the world around us from a common perspective which is non-sensational, comes from direct observation and is free from the ‘media-frenzy’ which all public media like TV and newsprint can suffer from.”
Vibhas Tattu, Dubai-United Arab Emirates

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