The Sewanee Review has . . . reached the status of an institution . . . its loss . . . would be a symptom of an alarming decline in the periodical world.— T. S. Eliot

OUT OF THE BLUE

An Interplay of Past and Future: Stephen Malin’s New Book of Poems

UNDERLIGHT (WordTech Communications)

Denis Donoghue On Metaphor

METAPHOR (Harvard University Press)

Casey Clabough’s Hot Streak

SCHOOLED: LIFE LESSONS OF A COLLEGE PROFESSOR (Belvedere), WOMEN OF WAR: SELECTED MEMOIRS, POEMS, AND FICTION BY VIRGINIA WOMEN WHO LIVED THROUGH THE CIVIL WAR (Texas Review Press)

Ernest Finney’s Story is the Best of

"The Wrecker" included in the 2014 edition of The Best American Mystery Stories

Yezzi’s Essay Picked Up

Poetry Daily shares “The Perfect Moods of William Logan”

Finding a Writer’s Paradise

Sharing summers at the Sewanee Writers' Conference