The Cerurove fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art
Our first year anniversary issue features work by Nora Mabie, Ruth Dandrea, Rachel A.G. Gilman, Ed Tato, Jerrice J. Baptiste, Cassondra Windwalker, Deborah Hansen, Anastasia Jill, Hillary Moses Mohaupt, Francis Raven, Gail Peck, and Alex Checkovich.
The latest issue of the Kenyon Review is out, offering an extraordinary range of voices. Fiction by Mahreen Sohail, Anjanette Delgado, and Charles Johnson; nonfiction by Kimiko Hahn and Rodger Kamenetz; and poetry by Victoria Chang, Arthur Sze, Joanna Klink, Cintia Santana, Peter Everwine, and more. Plus, two book reviews.
The July issue is now online featuring Kim Fahner, Vivien Jones, Usha Kishore, Rona Laycock, Donna Masini, Ronald Moran, Fiona Sinclair, Sue Spiers, Francine Witte. Reviews of Donna Masini’s 4:30 Movie and Usha Kishore’s Immigrant.
The MacGuffin’s Spring 2018 issue features new poetry by Poet Hunt 23 guest judge, Alberto Álvaro Ríos. Sonja Johanson submits an ode to her favorite amphibians Jim Daniels remembers an important moment in DiPalma’s “Blow Out.” This issue’s prose selections include Brenna Lemieux’s “Following Suit,” a novel family drama with a bit of a twist ending, and Steven Hundley’s “Elsohn,” a masterful narrative about dealing with the cards that are given to—or forced upon—you. Two pieces of creative nonfiction this time: Tamara Adleman’s “Life Is Short, But Art Is Long” and Barbara Rebbeck’s chilling “The Russians are coming . . . .”
In our Spring 2018 issue, Frances McCue teaches American Literature in Marrakesh, Iman Mersal (translated by Robin Moger) searches for her mother in an old photograph, and Nahal Suzanne Jamir reflects on the dreams surrounding her mother’s loss of vision. Fiction by Jane Bradley, Nicholas Delbanco, Ally Glass-Katz, and Fahima Haque. Poetry by Benjamin Alfaro, Fady Joudah, Shane McCrae, David Mura, Nkosi Nkululeko, Jacqueline Osherow, Lena Khalaf Tuffaha, and Kamelya Youssef.
This month’s Featured Selection includes an interview with and work by Angela Ball. Sarah Huener reviews Cruel Futures by Carmen Giménez Smith. Mark Scroggins pens “Why Swinburne? (An Open Letter)” in the Essays and Comment section. Featured poetry selections this month include work by Tara Skurtu, William Trowbridge, Wayne Miller, Max Temmerman, Bob Hicok, Andrei Codrescu, Kathy Fagan, and more.
Featuring Rob Carney, Leila Chatti, R.M. Cooper, Molly Giles, Peter LaBerge, Brooke Matson, Bailey Gaylin Moore, Erin Pringle, and an interview with Kim Barnes.
Our latest issue brings an eclectic mix of work by Elizabeth Albert, Dina Elenbogen, Lynn Castell Harper, Jay Kelly, Michael Kesselman, Nguyen Thi Mai, Froso Papadimitriou, Dian Parker, David Quinn, stephanie roberts, Robert B. Shaw, Greg Skol, Hanna Vogel, and Eric Zener.