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Magazine Stand :: Southern Humanities Review – 57.1

Welcome springtime with Southern Humanities Review issue 57.1. This bright new volume invites readers to walk, wonder, and wander: from an essay featuring “Murder Walks” to a poem asking “In Paintings of Motherhood, Why Are the Children Always Young?” to a story about “The Wandering Gringo” trying desperately to learn Mexico City.

This issue features poetry by Urvashi Bahuguna, Mirande Bissell, John Blair, Mike Bove, Ryan Dzelzkalns, Allison Hutchcraft, Diane LeBlanc, Edward Lees, Chloe Martinez, Leslie Adrienne Miller, Heather Qin, Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers, and Ross White. Nonfiction contributors include Shala Erlich and Adele Elise Williams. Fiction by Marilyn Abildskov, Mack Basham, Sam Schieren, and Yah Yah Scholfield. The linocut cover, Fauna, 2023, is from Diana Catchpole. Some content can be read online, and individual copies, as well as subscriptions, are available on the Southern Humanities Review website.

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