There‚Äôs a rare calmness about the SR, and a freedom from rancor and point-scoring.— Quadrant Magazine

Upcoming Issues

The State of Letters (Spring 2015)

Following successful issues in 2001 and 2012 which were devoted to reading and the life of the book, we offer another spirited examination of the printed word. A. Banerjee on Eliot as editor, Barbara Basbanes Richter on fairytales and danger in children's literature, Sven Birkerts on little magazines, Robert Buffington on Tate's time at the Sewanee Review, Fred Chappell on Anchor paperbacks, Casey Clabough on two new Ron Rash anthologies, Scott Donaldson on writing the Cheever biography, John Gatta on the myth of the great American novel, Mel Livatino on writing Churchill’s biography, Stephen Miller on the life of the Partisan Review, Harry Lee Poe on American detective fiction, Sam Pickering on Pinker’s Sense of Style, James L. W. West III on William Wells Brown and the first African-American novel, as well as John Maxwell Hamilton, David Heddendorf, Robert Lacy, and many others.

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A Sense of Place (Summer 2015)

Essays by Chris Arthur, Warner Berthoff, Brendan Galvin, George Keithley, Jacqueline Kosolov, Robert Lacy, Richard Tillinghast; fiction by Ernest J. Finney and Nancy Huddleston Packer; poetry by Neal Bowers, Scott Brennan, Debora Greger, Ben Howard, John Kinsella, Floyd Skloot, and O. Alan Weltzien; review by Kevin Gardner and other hands.

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War and the Literature of War (Fall 2015)

Essays by George Bornstein, Robert Lacy, Gerald L. Smith, Christopher Thornton, Robert G. Walker; fiction by Ann Lohner; poetry by Craig Challender, Robert Cooperman, Damien Douglas, Dwight Gray, Kathleen Hellen, Michael Miller, and Brian Swann; reviews by Jeffrey Meyers and other hands.

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Poetry and the Criticism of Poetry (Winter 2016)

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