NEW ENGLAND REVIEW: Volume 36, Number 1

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NEW ENGLAND REVIEW: Volume 36, Number 1

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Pages (PDF): 200
Publisher: New England Review
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IN THIS ISSUE

 

Editor’s Note

Poetry
JENNIFER CHANG  The World
STEVEN  CRAMER  After Tomaž Šalamun
KEVIN PRUFER  In the Wheat Field
C. K. WILLIAMS  I Shot a Frog I Shot a Bird
NICK LANTZ  No Illeagles Here  /  Balloon Animal
EMILIA PHILLIPS  Supine Body in Full-Length Mirror, Hotel Room, Upper West Side
ERIN LYNCH  The Tanner’s Bride
CATE MARVIN  High School in Suzhou
WILLIAM LOGAN  Spring All Too Often  /  Miracoli
JEHANNE DUBROW  Reading Sappho in Pensacola
OCEAN VUONG  To My Father / To My Unborn Son
DAISY FRIED  Forcefeeding
ANDERS CARLSON-WEE  Shoalwater
JOHN POCH  Bedroom

Fiction
LORE SEGAL  Noah’s Daughter
MARIO J. GONZALES  Malditos
CAROLYN PAGE  Marksberry Road
LISA TADDEO  Forty-Two
J. T. PRICE  Survival
BRENDAN McKENNEDY  Front Men Are Forever

Literary Lives
ROB HARDY  Naomi Mitchison, Peaceable Transgressor

Translations
LUIS S. KRAUSZ  The Clocks
translated by Ana Fletcher
AUGUSTE LACAUSSADE  A Suite of Poems
translated by John Kinsella

Reader’s Notebook
RACHEL HADAS  That Little Room Which They Have Taken For Her

Testimonies
LORRAINE HANLON COMANOR  In the Shadow of Parsenn

Investigations
ROGER STRITMATTER, MARK K. ANDERSON, AND ELLIOTT STONE  Melville’s Billy Budd and the Disguises of Authorship

Explorations
JILL SISSON QUINN  Big Night

Rediscoveries
HENRY REED STILES  To Bundle or to Tarry

Contributors’ Notes

Cover Artist HELEN SHULMAN

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