For the last #TBT of 2014, we look forward (and back) to Christmas Eve, as imagined by longtime The Southern Review contributor Jill McCorkle in her rollicking story, “Midnight Clear.” Please enjoy the free read from our archives, and, to all our readers and friends out there, best wishes for the holiday season from everyone at The Southern Review.
We’ll see you in 2015 for our eightieth anniversary year!
A week after Thanksgiving, and we’re still feeling grateful for all the great literature in our lives. We’d like to share the poem “Thanksgiving” by Jonathan Fink. The poem originally ran in The Southern Review’s autumn 2003 issue. Fink’s work from that issue is included in the forthcoming collection, The Crossing, out in April from Dzanc Books.
For this week’s #TBT we’d like to feature “That Year,” a poem by Susan Laughter Meyers, first published in The Southern Review in Spring 2006. “That Year” was reprinted in Keep and Give Away (University of South Carolina Press, 2006).