Our fall issue is here! Check us out.
Vol. 33.2 is ready to mail to you.
Our current issue features poems by Clayton Adam Clark, Hannah Gamble, Kevin Weidner, and others; prose by Sari Boren, Brandon Lingle, Colleen Morrissey, Peter Stenson, and more; reviews of collections by Tarfia Faizullah, Claudia Rankine, Matt Rasmussen, and Danniel Schoonebeek; an interview with poet Alexandra Teague; and artwork by Julia Gfrörer and Alexa Torre.
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Contributor Spotlight: Michael Homolka
Michael Homolka’s poem, “Self-Portrait as Tundra,” appears in Vol. 33.2 of The Southeast Review. Read our interview with him here.