Issue: Winter 2014

This winter, read about love in personal essays by Gary Gildner, Josh McCall, and Angie Kim. The latest issue of The Southern Review also features fiction by six writers, including a new horse-racing story by Andrew Plattner and Lydia Conklin’s coming-of-age story set on a miniature, makeshift Oregon Trail. A multipart poem by Julia B. Levine describes the grieving process and Joshua Rivkin’s prose poems revisit the Old West. The issue also features new poems by Wendy Barker, Ciaran Berry, Karina Borowicz, David Nielsen, and Doug Ramspect, among others. Lifelike, fluorescent-lit sculptures by contemporary Spanish artist Bernardí Roig grace the issue’s cover and interior spread.

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