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Don’t delay in ordering Volume 34.1.
Featuring the winners and finalists of our 2015 contests. Also in our current issue: translations of René Char‘s poems by Nancy Naomi Carlson; poems by Christeene Alcosiba, Bruce Bond, Alicia Wright, and others; stories by James Dunham and Natalie van Hoose; short nonfiction by Steven Church, J. Nicole Oquendo, and Matthew Komatsu; reviews of new collections by poets Alexandria Peary, Saeed Jones, and Nick Flynn, and prose works by Robert Mcfarlane and Adrienne Celt; an interview with Jennine Capó Crucet; and artwork by Yao Xiao and Cameron Glavin. You don’t want to miss this one.
Our 2016 writing contests are now open.
This year’s World’s Best Short-Short Story, Gearhart Poetry, and Narrative Nonfiction contests are judged by Robert Olen Butler, Virgil Suárez, and Elizabeth Stuckey-French, respectively. Send us your best work before March 15, 2016. Prize: $500 in each category. All entries are considered for publication in The Southeast Review.
The next Writer’s Regimen begins June 1st and is a re-run of our all-new February Writer’s Regimen. You could be thirty days away from a new body of work… Learn more.
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Contributor Spotlight: James Dunham
“I sometimes have surreal, unpleasant dreams, and ‘Passage’ originated in one as the opening tunnel section where the societal outcasts gather. The image demanded exploration—that its story be discovered.” James Dunham’s short story, “Passage,” appears in Vol. 34.1 of The Southeast Review. Read our interview with him here.