South Dakota Review Volume 56, Number 3, features poetry by Jeffrey Bean, Claudia Buckholts, Holli Carrell, Mary Cisper, Gillian Cummings, Marlon Hacla (translated by Kristine Ong Muslim), Jacob Griffin Hall, Twyla M. Hansen, Callia Liang, Kevin McLellan, Laurie Saurborn, Tyler Smith, Kevin West, John Sibley Williams, Keith Woodruff, and Adrena Zawinski; short fiction by Joseph Biancalana; nonfiction by Sharon Goldberg; an epistolary essay by John Yohe; and a scholarly experimental essay by Jessica Hudson.
SDR Volume 55, Nos. 1&2
South Dakota Review is delighted to announce the release of Volume 55, Nos. 1&2. Like many literary journals, our production was significantly derailed and delayed by COVID-19, but we are so proud to finally put this double issue into the world during these challenging and distressing times. There are so many splendid pieces by amazing writers in this issue, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
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In the meantime, please be well and stay safe, readers.
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You Can Now Subscribe to South Dakota Review and Order Back Issues Online!
Dear South Dakota Review Readers, Contributors, and Subscribers:
We have very exciting news about the journal! You can now subscribe to our journal and order back issues online!
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With special thanks to University of South Dakota English Department Chair, Darlene Farabee, for all of her work in facilitating our transition to online subscriptions and ordering possible!
Fall 2011 Issue of South Dakota Review in the Mail!
SDR is recently back from AWP, where it was so nice to meet so many of our contributors and subscribers! Yesterday, staff members sent out the newly-pressed and autumnally mooncake-ish fall issue. We can’t wait for you to see it! Yes, it’s true, that autumn was a while back, and I confess that we’re running a bit behind schedule, but hope to get caught up again over the next couple of issues or so. Historically, though, SDR’s seasons have always been somewhat quirkily after-the-fact. Seasons after the season. We’ve come to find this sort of endearing. We hope you do, too.
Here’s a sneak peek at the Table of Contents:
Lee Ann Roripaugh / Editor’s Essay / “Framed”
Miles Waggener / Poetry / “Flaming Arrow,” “Dance Floor,” “Scat”
Geoff Schmidt / Story / “Box of Owls”
Matthew Guenette / Poetry / “Common Denominators,” “Cambridge”
Jeff Alessandreslli / Poetry / “They should try harder to . . . They ought to be more . . . We all wish they weren’t so . . .,” “One Size Fits All and Then Some”
Ira Sukrungruang / Story / “Tip”
Donna Hunt / Poetry / “From the String Theory Sequence: Multiple Donnas”
Marion Agnew / Story / “Walking Out”
Emily Stone / Poetry / “Search and Destroy,” “Who’s Who of the Conquistadors”
Tom Gannon / Poetry / “How to Write a Native American Poem’
Amy Hassinger / Essay / “Going Native”
Steven D. Schroeder / Poetry / “Buried Among Those Mountains,” “Flutter Fodder,” “You Won’t Find a New Land”
Sarah Fawn Montgomery / Essay / “Weather I’ve Known”
Jon Tribble / Poetry / “Long Stories About Short Pigs,” “Compared to What,” “Up for the Down Stroke”
Sandy Yang / Story / “Longing”
Meg Thompson / Poetry / “For a Long Time This Poem Was ABout Shaving,” “You are the farmer”
Melissa Kwasny / Poetry / “The Black Calf,” “The Eagle Tree,” “Thunderbird,” “Thunder Egg”
Gregory Lawless / Poetry / “Factoryville Anabasis”
Eve Wood / Poetry / “Keep the Car Running”
Karen Gettert Shoemaker / Story / “What Sarah Said”
Katherine Riegel / Poetry / “Hoping to Learn from Wilbur, Who Said Love Calls Us to the Things of This World,” “Boys”
Rebecca Loudon / Poetry / “Young corn grows right up to the shore,” “No place for an outsider who’d never survive the rafty pins,” “Overwhelmed with Stubborn Affliction,” “Metropolis”
Michaela Mullin / Book Review / “Review of The Wide Road, by Carla Harryman and Lyn Hejinian”
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