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Volume 33.2

Contributors A. A. Balaskovits, Sari Boren, Ashley Caveda, Clayton Adam Clark, Brian Clifton, Adam Day, Kimberly Driggers, Trista Edwards, Hannah Gamble, Julia Gfrörer, Michael Homolka, Peter LaBerge, Brandon Lingle, Caitlin McGill, Colleen Morrissey, Steven Perez, Jada Pierce, Peter Stenson, Alexandra Teague, Alexa Torre, Fritz Ward, Kevin Weidner

Volume 33.1

Contributors Kiik A. K., Donald Anderson, Kate Angus, Robert Antoni, J. Camp Brown, Adrienne Celt, Annie Christain, Alex Cigale, Kirsten Clodfelter, Jennifer M. Colatosti, Mira Dougherty-Johnson, Jessica Durham, Shawn Fawson, Laurel Ferejohn, Ruth Foley, Mark Medric George, Ben Gunsberg, Elizabeth-Burton Jones, Nathan Kemp, Megan Kirby, Kristin LaCroix, Gabriel Leal, Gary Leising, Kerstin Lieff, W. M. Lobko, Mitchell McInnis, Michelle Menting,…

Raising Our Voices, Claiming Our Words

A special online feature of The Southeast Review: December 2014 It is impossible to know what will endure of the conversations about race, power, and justice that surfaced after the events in Ferguson, in Staten Island, and across the country. For many Americans, these events forced a long overdue reckoning: heated in-person debates and citywide marches, urgent newspaper editorials and…

Call for online poetry submissions

In the words of Salman Rushdie, “A poet’s work is to name the unnameable, to point at frauds, to take sides, start arguments, shape the world, and stop it from going to sleep.”  As we follow the news in Ferguson, Missouri, The Southeast Review values and supports those who are raising their voices to participate in the ongoing conversation about…

Liz Countryman & Samuel Amadon

  Liz Countryman is Writer in Residence at the University of South Carolina. Her poems have recently appeared or are forthcoming in Boston Review, Columbia Poetry Review, Handsome, Hayden’s Ferry Review, Forklift, Ohio, and Court Green. Samuel Amadon is the author of Like a Sea, winner of the Iowa Poetry Prize, and The Hartford Book from Cleveland State University Poetry…

Volume 32.2

Contributors Anne Carly Abad, Eduardo J. Astigarraga, Dmitry Borshch, Lita Cabellut, Steve Coughlin, Jehanne Dubrow, Shawn Fawson, Annie Finch, Matthew Gavin Frank, John Gallaher, Annabel Gill, P. K. Harmon, Jocelyn Heath, Jason M. Jones, Leyna Krow, Carrie Lorig, Gary L. McDowell, Robby Nadler, Jody Rambo, Wesley Rothman, Kent Shaw, Charles Harper Webb, Lesley Wheeler, Gerald Yelle, Josephine Yu, Michelle Zuppa

Interview: Caitlin Horrocks

Interviewed by Katie Cortese Caitlin Horrocks is author of the story collection This Is Not Your City, which was named a New York Times Book Review Editor’s Choice, a Barnes and Noble Discover Great New Writers selection, and one of the best books of 2011 by the San Francisco Chronicle. Her stories appear in The New Yorker, The Best American Short Stories,…

Rosebud Ben-Oni

Interviewed by Melinda Wilson Rosebud Ben-Oni is a co-editor for HER KIND at VIDA: Women in the Literary Arts. Her debut book of poems, SOLECISM, will be published by Virtual Artists Collective in early 2013. Ben-Oni was a Rackham Merit Fellow at the University of Michigan where she earned a Master of the Fine Arts in Poetry, and a Horace Goldsmith Scholar at…