Get a bit more out of spring

The summer issue of The Southern Review is at the printer, but while we’re waiting . . . click over to to see additional content related to the spring issue. There’s Jessica’s blog, discussing the issue and recapping the New Orleans Poetry Fest; our seasonal audio gallery, which this time includes Carrie Shipers, Iheoma Nwachukwu, and Charles Rafferty; and new installments of “A Writer’s Insight,” in which Kathleen Boland chats with Amy Silverberg and Kevin Prufer. Of course, if you haven’t read the spring issue, there’s still time to buy the issue or start a subscription!

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Has your subscription lapsed? It’s OK, we forgive you . . . but there’s no time like the present to renew. The Southern Review offers a quarterly collection curated from a wealth of literary talent, from the work of rising stars like Syrian story writer Osama Alomar to established luminaries like poet Sharon Olds. We invite you to renew your subscription today and support our long-standing tradition of championing the regional and international network of writers represented in our pages. In the year ahead we have new fiction from Cary Holladay, poetry from David Hernandez, and nonfiction from Evan Lavender-Smith, to name just a few contributors. Resubscribers can join us at a discount by using the code RENEWTSR at checkout. Click here to renew now.


Dads love The Southern Review

Got daddy issues? We do! The Southern Review makes a great present for Father’s Day. Click here for details on how to order gift subscriptions online, and use the code FD17 at checkout for a discount. On the subject of dads, we found a few great “dad” moments in our audio archive. Click over to our Facebook page to hear our authors read about their dads, fatherhood, and other parental adventures.