Vol. 1, No. 4


What's Inside

In our fourth issue, you can look forward to: 

+ The third and final installment of HENRYTOWN, a novella by Chris Erickson, as well as short stories by Brian Evenson and Jon Steinhagen.

+ Three portfolios of new poetry: a delightful, disturbed poem from Anne Carson, a terrifying suite of verse from Hungarian master, Szilárd Borbély, and a curated portfolio of “carpentry” poetry curated byYusef Komunyakaa.

Vanessa Veselka‘s revealing inquiry into the lack of female road narratives in the American literary tradition, and the consequences of that lack.

+ New Italian literature: a short story by Davide Orecchio, and poetry from Patrizia Cavalli and Antonella Anedda.

+ Book Reviews: on Will Self’s Umbrella and Peter Dimock’s George Anderson: Notes for a Love Song in Imperial Time