Southern Review 47.3

If you haven’t already picked yours up, be sure to check out the latest Southern Review–you’ll find a new piece by me (“Saw Kler and Naw Kler: A Fairy Tale”) as well as knockout stories by Peter Levine and Quan Barry. Fuller description below:

“Travel to Burma, Russia, Japan, and the beaches of Captiva Island in the pages of The Southern Review’s summer 2011 issue, which brims with great new stories by Christine Sneed, Kristina Gorcheva-Newberry, David Yost, Quan Barry, and others. Essays include Scott Nadelson’s meditation on three writers who shaped his writing life and Peggy Shinner’s exploration of the cultural meaning of hair across space and time. New poetry by writers including Alice Friman, Jim Daniels, Ron De Maris, Laura Kasischke, Peter Marcus, Will Schutt, John Witte, and our own Jen McClanaghan accompanies exuberant artwork by Soren Vandegaard of New Orleans.”



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