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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 14 Number 1, Spring 2019

Featuring new fiction from Jeff Ewing and Jeff Moreland and poetry from Mark Belair, Gail Peck, Doug Ramspeck, Eric Vithalani, Idris Anderson, Christopher Todd Anderson, Richard Jones, Sue Chenette, Lynne Knight, and Matthew Murrey. Cover artwork by Swiss/French painter and printmaker Félix Vallotton.

New on Fiction Southeast within the past month: work by Natalie DeVaull-Robichaud, Dustin Horner, Randy Shelley, Marlin Barton, Saige Cross, Elizabeth Charles, Eva Dunsky, Petrula Laudato, Robert Burton, and Ellen Birkett Morris.

A brilliant, 6-language issue of Jewish Fiction .net! 18 gorgeous stories, originally written in Spanish, Russian, Hebrew, Yiddish, English, and – for the first time! – Danish. And in honour of the Passover holiday, two stories in this issue are about Passover: “The Search for Ernesto Gonzales” and “A Strand of Hair.” The latter is by Mendele Mokher Seforim and is the third in our “holiday series” of his work. Also in this issue, stories or novel excerpts by Eran Bar-Gil, Antonio Elio Brailovsky, Kim Chernin, Jacob Dinezon, Emuna Elon, Zvi Jagendorf, Birte Kont, Nelly Shulman, and more. Enjoy this fabulous issue!

The stories and poems in this issue reveal complex personal landscapes in upheaval: While men walk on the moon a teenage girl’s life descends into chaos; a gang of cruel boys jeopardizes the safety of an older woman; adult children startle their mother into confusion; two adolescents confront dilemmas they can't resolve; a bipolar soldier-father comes home and wreaks havoc on his family. Fiction by Sarah Freligh, Julia Ballerini, Catharine Leggett and Emma Wunsch; nonfiction by Grant Price. Poems by Lynne Burnett, Robin Carey, Linda Ferguson, Donna Isaac, Catherine Montague and Jonathan Travelstead.


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