Issue: Autumn 2012

A commune run by an enigmatic guru, Nigerian immigrants struggling to find their way, and the secret life of a Hungarian censor appear in new stories by Kirstin Allio, Chinelo Okparanta, and Tamas Dobozy. Essays include Priscilla Long’s trenchant “Nineteen Sixty-Eight,” a social portrait of a tumultuous year; Jay Rogoff’s exporation of poetry and song; and Albert Goldbarth’s lyric piece “The Annals of Absence,” which ranges from cave painting to personal history. New poems by David Hernandez, Floyd Skloot, Julia B. Levine, Beth Bachmann, Maura High, Michael McCarthy, and many others. 

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