Inside this Issue:
- Susan Pope
- Beth Gylys
- Mary Jo Bang
- Mark Bibbins and Mary Jo Bang
- Andrei Codrescu
- Joel Brouwer’s And So
- John Mann
It’s that time of the year when, for a small fee, we offer you a chance at fame and fortune. Okay, maybe that’s not exactly true. On the other hand, it is contest season and, for a small fee, we do offer publication (all finalists!) and prizes ($1500 in cash!). Find out more here.
Or maybe what you’re looking for is a little structure in your writerly life, a little direction, a little something to get the creative juices flowing. Fortunately, The Southeast Review has brand new adult and young writer's regimens starting up April 1. Find out more about them and register here. If you need some inspiration, check out our latest regimen contest winner—chilling creative nonfiction on the hazards of love—from Alaska writer Susan Pope.
Online this month we have lots of new material, including interviews with Beth Gylys and Mary Jo Bang, a podcast with Mark Bibbins and Mary Jo Bang, and another with Andrei Codrescu. We also have a review of Joel Brouwer’s poetry collection, And So.