South Dakota Review is committed to cultural and aesthetic diversity. First and foremost, we seek to publish exciting and compelling work that reflects the full spectrum of the contemporary literary arts. Since its inception in 1963, South Dakota Review has maintained a tradition of supporting work by contemporary writers writing from or about the American West. We hope to retain this unique flavor through particularly welcoming works by American Indian writers, writers addressing the complexities and contradictions of the “New West”, and writers exploring themes of landscape, place, and/or eco-criticism in surprising and innovative ways. At the same time, we’d like to set these ideas and themes in dialogue with and within the context of larger global literary communities. South Dakota Review publishes fiction, poetry, essays (and mixed/hybrid-genre work), as well as literary reviews, interviews, and translations.

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  1. I’m trying to get a couple of copies of the latest issue of SDR. My daughter has a story in it. She says a horse is on the cover. I didn’t see that issue at the web store. Thanks!! Oh, my daughter is Elizabeth Tracey.

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    1. For some reason, the new issue didn’t make it up to the Coyote web store yet. I put in a query today and it should be up shortly. Also? Elizabeth Tracey’s story is AMAZING!!


      1. Hi Grant! Just a quick update, the Coyote Web Store has been updated and you can order the latest issue now. All Best, Lee


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