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The May 2015 double issue of WLT features New Hebrew Writing: 15 Voices from Israel and Abroad, an outstanding selection of fiction and poetry by more than a dozen writers—all appearing for the first time in English translation—plus interviews with Ronit Matalon and Dory Manor. A generous sampling of other poetry, fiction, essays, interviews, and book reviews appears elsewhere in the issue, which also offers summer reads recommended by WLT’s editors and a celebration of the legendary Puterbaugh literary festivals that have taken place at the University of Oklahoma since the late 1960s.
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In this issue: An interview with photographer Alec Dawson, an on location interview at the 9th Annual International London Burlesque Festival with festival founder Chaz Royal by Ginger Liu, and casual observations of “Medical Abbreviations” by Mark Levy. Also included is nonfiction by Tonya K. Dale, fiction by João Cerqueira, and “More on the U.S. and Cuba – A Conversation” by Keith Bolender and Jim Palombo.
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The May/June 2015 issue features a special section of Nature Poetry with an introduction by poetry editor David Baker. This special feature includes poems by Joshua Corey, Roger Desy, Camille T. Dungy, Albert Goldbarth, Andrew Grace, Brent House, Allison Hutchcraft, Meg Kearney, John Kinsella, Joanna Klink, James McCorkle, Rusty Morrison, Carl Phillips, Clare Rossini, F. Daniel Rzicznek, Solmaz Sharif, Page Hill Starzinger, Arthur Sze, G.C. Waldrep, Emily Wilson, and Amy Wright. Also featuring stories by Elizabeth Denton and Amy Gustine and essays by Elaine Bleakney and Garret Keizer.
The Spring 2015 issue of Hiram Poetry Review features new poetry by Kenneth Greenwood, Henry Hughes, Daniel Morris, Karen Hildebrand, and many more. Charles Parsons reviews Christian Wiman’s writing in “The Survival of Christian Wiman.” This issue’s cover shows a screen shot of HPR’s founder Hale Chatfield working on one of his poems, “The Famous Dog Explosion.”
The May 2015 edition of Hermeneutic Chaos features poetry and prose by Nancy Devine, Lindsay Ahl, Julie Brooks Barbour, Lauren Gordon, Nicole Tong, Michael Albright, Lydia Copeland Gwyn, Darren C. Demaree, Terrell Jamal Terry, C.A Cole, Karie Fugett, Sara Backer, Christine P.S Stocke, and others.
The “Chaos Issue” features prose by Megan Mayhew Bergman, Jaclyn Dwyer, Lindsey Drager, Miles Klee, Lisa Locascio, and Maia Morgan; poetry by Gavin Adair, Lindsey D. Alexander, Partridge Boswell, Eric Burger, Lauren Clark, and others; and translations. Art for this issue is provided by Ron Bimrose, Brenton Hamilton, and Forrest Solis, whose work appears on the cover.
The Summer 2015 issue of The Gettysburg Review includes essays by Mary Clearman Blew, Robert Brunk, Lynda Sexson, Jodie Noel Vinson, and Floyd Collins; fiction by Janice Obuchowski, Tasha LeClair, Norma Marder, Askold Melynczuk, and Mary Rechner; and poetry by Kathryn Donohue, Jean Nordhaus, Linda Pastan, Lynne Potts, and others. Art in this issue features paintings by Benjamin Thomas.
The theme of this issue is "The Radical Critique," and its authors remind us that at one time the goal of "gay liberation" was to transform society and its institutions—family relations, gender roles, and sexual mores—and not simply to gain acceptance into existing social institutions. One critic is Ryan Conrad, interviewed in this issue. Remembering the "liberation" era is Dolores Klaich, pondering the cost of success. Martin Duberman discusses the late Doug Ireland. Andrew Holleran reflects on Gore Vidal, while Lewis Gannett considers Larry Kramer, whose The American People takes on all of U.S. history but whose sharpest barbs have been aimed at the gay rights movement itself.
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Welcome to the May 2015 issue of decomP! Our latest issue features new work by Victoria Anderson, Emily Grace Bernard, Callista Buchen, Michael DeStefano, Gary Joshua Garrison, Karen Hildebrand, Tara Kipnees, Elizabeth Lennie, Chris Philpot, Heidi Andrea Restrepo Rhodes, Nicole Rollender, Julie Rouse, Jody J. Sperling, and Richard Marx Weinraub. Also, our resident critic, Spencer Dew, reviews Kevin Clouther's We Were Flying to Chicago, Lee Ann Roripaugh's Dandarians, and William Todd Seabrook's The Imagination of Lewis Carroll. Thanks for the read! See you in June.
The Summer 2015 issue of The Carolina Quarterly is here. In this issue you will find wanderers and photographers, sleights of hand and circus thieves, plus parachutes, highways, and honeycombs by Bipin Aurora, Edward Black, Gaylord Brewer, Mike Brodie, Jesse DeLong, David Denny, Ezra Dan Feldman, Patrick Ryan Frank, Stuart Gelzer, John Hazard, L.S. Klatt, Terrance Manning, Jr., Hannah Star Rogers, Craig Sanders, Chris Siteman, Kenny Williams, An Rong Xu, and more.
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