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

Upcoming Issues

War and the Literature of War (Fall 2015)

The upcoming fall issue includes essays by Richard Tillinghast on Nathan Bedford Forrest and Robert Lacy on the "home front" during WWII along with essays by George Bornstein, Gerald L. Smith, Christopher Thornton, and Robert G. Walker; fiction by Margot Demopoulos, Ernest J. Finney, Kathleen Ford, and Ann Lohner; poetry by Graham Barnhart, Craig Challender, Robert Cooperman, Damien Douglas, Dwight Gray, Kathleen Hellen, Graham Hillard, Lisa McCabe, Michael Miller, Thomas Reiter, and Brian Swann; and reviews by Jonathan Allison, William E. Engel, Pat C. Hoy II, Nancy Revelle Johnson, Jeffrey Meyers and other hands.

Poetry and the Criticism of Poetry (Winter 2016)

Poetry by Richard H. Beh, William Virgil Davis, Gwenn Gebhard, Henry Langhorne, David Madden, Stephen Malin, Jerome Mazzaro, David Middleton, Kathryn Starbuck, Neil Shepard, and Don Welch; reviews by A. Banerjee, Henry Hard, Marc Hudson, George Monteiro, W. Brown Patterson, and Barry Powell; essays by John Check, Brian Keeble, Dawn Potter, Ryan Wilson, and other hands.

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