Congrats to the winners of our 2015 contests!
Announcing the arrival of our new issue, Vol. 33.1.
The Southeast Review‘s 2015 contests closed in March, and judges Robert Olen Butler, David Kirby, and Bob Shacochis have selected winners and finalists for our World’s Best Short-Short Story, Gearhart Poetry, and Narrative Nonfiction contests, respectively. Congratulations to those selected, and thanks to all who entered — we received a record number of entries this year. Winning entries will be published in our special contest issue in 2016. For a list of winners and finalists, click here.
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SER Online: Review: Between Wrecks
In George Singleton’s Between Wrecks, the South is as much a physical space as it is an ever-present theme. A psycho-geography rich in images of familial implosion, dead-end jobs, and the always searing heat is mapped out in Singleton’s prose, embracing the decaying south in all its dark and surreal splendor. Framed by his own experiences in a low-level Southern studies residency, Between Wrecks follows Singleton as he interviews various subjects for his thesis work by asking questions about what they believe constitutes Southern identity.