Issue: Winter 2016

In with the new! The winter 2016 issue of The Southern Review features new work by longtime contributors R. T. Smith, Kelly Cherry, and Philip Schultz, as well as journal debuts from writers Lindsay Stuart Hill, Anna Ross, and Corey Miller. The issue’s landscapes extend from the sun-soaked golf courses of Myrtle Beach to the wintery mountains of upstate New York, from an imagined flood in Los Angeles to a frozen river in Boston. A small town in Korea is the backdrop for one story, while translations of a suite of Polish poems written by women illuminate that country’s landscape and literary traditions. And the inviting artworks of Deedra Ludwig—one part vegetal, one part abstraction—glow with warmth through the coldest days of winter. 

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