Issue: Autumn 2014

Elegies, ghosts, and good-byes flood the autumn issue of The Southern Review with haunting and hallowed images of the past, from fond travel memories to long-forgotten childhoods and tributes to lost friends. Gary Gildner’s “Timmy Sheean Is a Prime Example” examines vanquished love, while Fleda Brown remembers a long-ago trip to Ireland in “View from Space.” A memoir by Hafeez Lakhani recounts his childhood in South Florida, while Myles Weber reexamines August Wilson’s Fences thirty years after the play’s debut. Along with poems by Charles Rafferty, Dean Rader, and Dana Roeser, and prose by Debbie Urbanski, Jo Lloyd, and Jean-Yves Masson (translated from the French by Edward Gauvin), the issue features four artists from the current Prospect New Orleans Biennial, P.3: Notes for Now.

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