Category Archives for #TBT

Throwback: “Why Plant Bougainvillea” by Jacqueline Kosolov

This week we’re revisiting the summer 2005 issue of The Southern Review and Jacqueline Kosolov’s “Why Plant Bougainvillea.” The poem later appeared in VAGO, published by Lewis-Clark Press in 2007. http://thesouthernreview.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/TSR_Summer2005_JacquelineKolosov.pdf

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Throwback: “Man Receives Letter” by Peter Gordon (Summer 2006)

For this week’s #TBT we’re going back to summer 2006 and “Man Receives Letter,” by Peter Gordon. Like what you read? The story was the title story in Gordon’s 2009 collection (Red Hen Press) and he has a new story, “Elevator Rides,” in the current issue of The Southern Review. http://thesouthernreview.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/TSR_Summer2006_PeterGordon.pdf

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Throwback: “To a Nature Poet” by Evan Beaty (Summer 2011)

This week’s #TBT takes us to summer 2011 and Evan Beaty’s poem “To a Nature Poet.” Read, enjoy, and get lost in the rhododendron blooms. http://thesouthernreview.org/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/TSR_Summer2011_EvanBeatty.pdf

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Throwback: “Rehoboth Seascape, 10:00 AM” by Steve Myers

The Southern Review’s Throwback Thursdays are back, and just in time for the long weekend’s trip to the beach. This week, enjoy “Rehoboth Seascape, 10:00 AM” by Steve Myers, which originally appeared in The Southern Review’s summer 2012 issue. The poem subsequently appeared in Last Look at Joburg, a collection of Myer’s poems on South […]

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Throwback: “Workmen Photographed inside the Reactor: Chernobyl” by David Wojahn

For this week’s #TBT we go back to spring of 1992 and the poem “Workmen Photographed inside the Reactor: Chernobyl” by David Wojahn. It was Wojahn’s first appearance in the journal; the poet’s work has appeared in the journal numerous times since. Wojahn will be helping us celebrate our eightieth anniversary next week with a […]

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