Issue: Winter 2018

Spend a snow day with The Southern Review! The winter issue has plenty of great literature to curl up with on a chilly afternoon, including no shortage of snowscapes. You can read Jill Osier’s poetic view of Alaska or spend a blustery Christmas Eve with a wayward young professor in Barrett Swanson’s “The Live Ones.” James Arthur’s poem “Hundred Acre Wood” describes a father walking through the snow with his infant son, while Lailee Mendelson’s story “So, the Cold War Is Over” follows one young woman as she studies abroad in frigid St. Petersburg, just after the fall of the USSR. Add to that the wintry landscapes of Sibylle Peretti—cast glass installations that celebrate the flora and fauna of the winter world—and exciting fiction, essays, and poems by dozens of other contributors, and you’ve got great reading to carry you through to the first buds of spring.

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