The Spring/Summer 2011 issue of South Dakota Review is out and about in its new and shiny 9×9, glossy format. Initial feedback on the redesign and content has been very positive so far from SDR’s contributors and subscribers. We hope you enjoy the issue!
Here’s a sneak peak at the Table of Contents:
Lee Ann Roripaugh / Editor’s Essay / “Bodies, Rest, and Motion”
Charlie Clark / Poetry / “Summer Music”
Mary Biddinger / Poetry / “A Bravery,” “Coin-Operated Engine Finds Its Steam,” and “An Elm Tree Will Never Be the One You Love”
Karin Lin-Greenberg / Story / “Lobsterama”
Teri Grimm / Poetry / “Magic Lantern,” “Lyla Recalls That Summer,” and “Go On, Please. This is Very Interesting”
Heidi Czerwiec / Poetry / “Autobioerotic,” “Bettie-Shaped Space,” “Part & Parcel,” and “Abroad”
Tamara Linse / Story / “Damned”
Tamiko Beyer / Poetry / “Compass,” “Says City Water,” “Trash Sail,” and “Someone who will say our names when we get to the end of things”
Dionisia Morales / Essay / “Blue Means Water”
Sandy Longhorn / Poetry / “Cautionary Tale for Girls Caught Up in the Machinery”
Jenn Koiter / Poetry / “The Messy Girl Drives Eastward, With Impending Migraine,” “Early Dinner Ending with a Line from Thomas Merton,” and “Messy Girl Prays with Mathematics”
Lisa Ampleman / Poetry / “Letter from the Field of Vision” and “Because You Look for Yourself in My Poems”
Stephanie Austin / Story / “Drunk in Bathing Suits”
Matt Mauch / Poetry / “Every view is oceanic if you focus on the sky” and “A cottonwood seed, a blade of grass, an I’ll never-see-anything-like-this-again-in-my-life balancing act”
Thierry Brunet / Poetry / Three Poems
Adam Clay / Poetry / “The Sources of Country Music,” “Another Lazy Sunday,” and “Quitting Time”
Nate Liederbach / Story / “Daddy Bird”
Bruce Covey / Poetry / “I’m a Bitty Cupcake,” “Chunks of Or,” “Wealthy,” and “Guilded Elegies”
Carol Guess and Daniela Olszewska / Poetry / “How to Convince a Shy Person to Be Your Valentine or How to Make Heart-Shaped Pumice Holder,” “How to Earn a Legitimate Living Working from Home,” and “How to Donate Your Body to Science”
Tiffany Midge / Poetry / “Antiquing with Indians,” “Teton Valley,” and “Funeral for a Sioux Elder”
Peter Kispert / Story / “Diving, Drifting”
Erin Wagner / Poetry / “Returning Tides”
Tami Haaland / Poetry / “These Roses,” “Wild Goose,” and “October Snow”
Catherine Chiodo / Poetry / “Desert Pathology”
Yelizaveta Renfro / Essay / “Song of the Redwood Tree”
Mark Statman / Poetry / “Of,” “mexican bus ride (1986),” and “Invitation”
Jim Peterson / Poetry / “Rain of Bulls,” “A Way of Flying,” “The Marriage,” and “The Giant’s Dance of Love”
John-Michael Bloomquist / Poetry / “Bell, Book, and Candle: Self-Portrait” and “Meet Me at the Oil Fields”
Allison Hedge Coke / Novel Excerpt “Foundling” (from The Wailing Room)
Nathan White / Poetry / “Provincial”
Matthew Brown / Poetry / “Midnight Crow”
Travis Hedge Coke / Poetry / “In the Mourning”
Daniel Saalfeld / Poetry / “Standing in Smoke”
Ande Davis / Story / “The Dead Wagon”
Liz Kay / Poetry / “The Search Party,” “Valedictory,” and “Death Penalty”
Adrian C. Louis / Poetry / “Blue Fog,” “Coyote,” “Mantle,” and “Oppression Invocation”
Rick Robbins / Poetry / “Bridge”
Chris Haven / Poetry / “To Wyoming,” and “Distance in Denver”
Joanna Penn Cooper / Poetry / “Excerpt from Summer Project”
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Cover art for the Spring/Summer 2011 special double issue of South Dakota Review will feature art by Oscar Howe, an internationally-acclaimed American Indian artist who taught at The University of South Dakota for twenty-five years. Sacro Wi (Sundancer) is from 1967, casein on paper, and is part of the permanent collection of the Oscar Howe Gallery/University Art Galleries at the University of South Dakota. You can read more about Oscar Howe’s work and the Oscar Howe Gallery at The University of South Dakota here.
Welcome to South Dakota Review online!
Founded in 1963, South Dakota Review is a literary print journal published quarterly at The University of South Dakota through the Department of English and under the sponsorship of the College of Arts & Sciences.
This digital supplement to the print journal will feature announcements, news and previews, samples from the magazine, as well as other bits of literary goodness.
The magazine is currently in the midst of receiving an exciting makeover. New size, new layout/design, new glossy cover! The big reveal will take place late this summer with a special Spring/Summer double issue. And, oh! The writers contained within this glossy, shiny, supersized fabulousness? Knock-your-socks-off, gosh-wow awesome! Can you stand the excitement? Perhaps it’s time to subscribe!