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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 1, Fall 2013
“Home-Myths” with new writing by Kristyn Dunnion, Mark Lavorato, Leona Theis, Jessica Bebenek, Tanya Bellehumeur-Allatt, John Creary, Anita Dolman, Christopher Evans, dee Hobsbawn-Smith, Barbara Lorraine Laing, Molly Lynch, Michael Prior, Matt Rader, John Slater, Hendrik Slegtenhorst, Catherine J. Stewart, Carl Watts, and Jeremy Whiston.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 74, Fall 2013
Volume 74 features new poetry by Maurice Manning, Roger Reeves, Sarah Arvio, Jane Gentry, and others; fiction by Rick DeMarinis and Mark Powell; nonfiction by Dianne Aprile, Erin Flanagan, Gary Fincke, and others; and drama by Toni M. Wiley, Mallorie Halsall, and others. Guest editors for this issue include David-Matthew Barnes, Pete Duval, Roy Hoffman, Lisa Williams, and Betsy Woods (Children’s Corner). The Louisville Review gratefully acknowledges the support of the brief-residency Master of Fine Arts in Writing Program at Spalding University.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 121 Number 4, Fall 2013
Our essay-issue features travel in the literal and metaphorical senses. The road trip, that distinctly American form of pilgrimage, is the central event in Robert Lacy’s poignant essay about traveling with his mother, and—despite his not having a car—the chosen mode of travel for Warner Berthoff, who recounts hitchhiking around the South. Catharine Savage Brosman tests John Donne’s famous dictum, “Every man is an island,” in her essay on life, travel, and a sense of self. Voyeurism, stormy seas, and danger unite in Richard O’Mara’s recounting, while Robert Ashcom remembers a different kind of oceanic peril, writing about his adventures at sea as a young man in the fifties.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 47 Number 3, Summer 2013
Contributors include Collen Abel, Richard N. Bentley, Ciaran Berry, Mark Jay Brewin Jr., Ezra Carlsen, Robin Carstensen, Francesca Cauchi, Sharon Chmielarz, Joey Connelly, Weston Cutter, Julie Danho, Melissa Dickson, Bill Diskin, Paul Fleming, Jeffrey Galbraith, Graham Good, Graham Hillard, Suzanne Marie Hopcroft, Jessica Kinnison, Al Maginnes, John Phillips, Jason Primm, Matthew Siegel, Kara van de Graaf, Nic Walker, and Jody A. Zorgdrager.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 15 Number 1, Fall 2013
This issue features work by Michelle Webster-Hein, Brian Doyle, Mark Liebenow, Jesse Bordoni, Chris Offutt, Daniel W. Lehman, Beth Peterson, Debie Thomas, Helen Wallace, Bettye Kearse, Aaron Poor, Katie Fallon, and Seth Sawyers, as well as an interview with Chris Offutt.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 78, 2013
Rules—and ruins—of attraction. From Nicola Waldron’s memoir of the summons of first love, to Peter LaSalle’s unsettling fiction of literary erotics. to J. D. Daniels’s story of jealous transgression. Erica Funkhauser’s poems channeling John Berryman’s devastations, and the light of Vermeer refracted by poet Circe Maia. A generous suite of tributes to Gail Mazur, along with new work by the poet. The breadth of literary imaginings is counterpointed, and underscored, by the eerily witty precision of Matt Hope’s drawings of the future as remembered: strange ruins, new rules. Much, much more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 89, Fall 2013
This issue of FIELD celebrates the work of Gerald Stern with a symposium of essays by Philip Levine, John Gallaher, Sarah Green, Bob Hicok, Wayne Miller, Joan Larkin, Ross Gay, and Michael Waters. This issue also contains new poetry by Marianne Boruch, Lee Upton, Sandra McPherson, Philip Metres, Cynthia Cruz, Emmanuel Moses, David Hernandez, Janice Harrington, Sonja James, Hugh Martin, Leah Falk, Maggie MK Hess, Steven Cramer, Jennifer Atkinson, Mary Cisper, Dennis Schmitz, Amit Majmudar, Ben Purkert, Christina Pugh, David Baker, Sarah Estes, Rebecca Hoogs, Elizabeth Breese, Catherine Bull, Shelley Puhak, and D. Nurkse.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 26 Issue 1, Winter/Spring 2014
With features from JR Fenn, M.K. Foster, Ilya Kaminsky, and Alexander Lumans; fiction from Justin Carroll, Alan Heathcock, Celeste Ng, and Melanie Rae Thon; nonfiction from Lindsey Drager, Matthew Gavin Frank, Patricia Hampl, Marya Hornbacher, Pam Houston, Megan Kimble, Marissa Landrigan, and Jacob Newberry; and poetry from Nico Alvarado, Anne Barngrover, Rebecca Bates, Lucie Brock-Broido, Jericho Brown, Anne Carson, Christopher Kempf, Heather Sellers, and more.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 29, November 2013 online
Happy to report two new addition to the Featured Selection lineup: James Richardson, and Lisa Bradford’s translations of Juan Gelman’s work (along with one of her own poems). Wonderful and – quite different from each other, as all these features seem to be. Don’t forget, D. Nurkse is up in this issue. New work received includes pieces from Norman Dubie, Kevin Prufer, James Richardson, Lia Purpura, Hsia Yu (translated by Steven Bradbury), Jennifer Grotz, Rachel Careau, Martha Serpas, Lisa Bradford, Alan Shapiro, Edward Mayes, Laura McCullough, Deb McAlister, Maurice Manning, Mark Svenvold, Ralph Angel, and Christopher Buckley.
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