Issue: Spring 2016

Painters, pantoums, and pine trees. Buddhism, babies … and a road trip to Greenland. What do they all have in common? They’re all in the spring issue of The Southern Review, along with new fiction from Stephen Dixon, James Scott, and Rachel Yoder. Nonfiction includes Beth Ann Fennelly’s meditation on air conditioners and Peter LaSalle’s innovative travel essay about the literary landscape of São Paulo, while poetry in the spring issue includes work from Ange Mlinko, Sharon Olds, and David Hernandez. 

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