Vol. 1, No. 2
In our second issue, you can look forward to:
+ A disquieting, masterfully rendered one-act play by Yusef Komunyakaa.
+ Short stories from Rebecca Curtis and Amelia Gray, as well as the first installment of HENRYTOWN, a novella by Chris Erickson.
+ Three portfolios of new poetry: from Paul Muldoon, Matthea Harvery and Daniel Aaron.
+ New Russian literature: a short story by newcomer Igor Savelyev, and poems from Arkadii Dragomoshchenko, translated by Eugene Ostashevsky and Bela Shayevich.
+ James Baldwin‘s incisive, prescient essay, “A Stranger in the Village.”
+ Book Reviews: on Mark Z. Danielewski’s The Fifty Year Sword; William Gillespie’s Keyhole Factory; and a critical round-up of new poetry collections.