Issue 78 Preview

Issue 78 will be out soon, and we can’t wait to share it with you. In the meantime, here’s a preview of the authors whose work will appear in the issue:


Dean Young:   Go On Too Long
Adrian Matejka:   Radio Astronomy
Jesse Damiani:   First Grade
Robert Wrigley:   Salvage
Robert Wrigley:   Good Bones
Valerie Bandura:   Step Right Up
Brad Felver:   Unicorn Stew
Marcela Sulak:   Ecclesiastes
Rob Cook:   The History of the Lost Voices
Rob Stephens:   Fugue in Rob # Minor
Kimiko Hahn:   Ode to Home
Kimiko Hahn:   The Solitary Adelie
Scott Hightower:   Serai
Andrew McSorley:   Hunting Poy Sippi Swamp
Paul Robert Chesser:   The Widening Gyre
Cate McLaughlin:   In the Drink
Cate McLaughlin:   Ingredients for the Unmaking
Michael Martin Shea:   Eight Months in Buenos Aires as Still Life with Skull
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Amy Fleury:   The Fort
Janée J. Baugher:   What Children Know
Alan Britt:   Ebb & Flow
Brad Green:   The Devil’s Fingers


Maria Whiteman:   Taxonomia: A Photo Essay


The Theory That Lives On — a Counterintuitive History:
An Interview with Timothy Brennan
Imagining a Space that Is Outside: An Interview with Fredric Jameson

Surveying the Field

Jennifer Duprey and Antonio Y. Vázquez-Arroyo:
Binding Violence or the Valences of Political Power
(on Moira Fradinger, Binding Violence: Literary Visions of Political Origins)

Special Focus: Global English

Rita Raley:   Another Kind of Global English
Emily Brown Coolidge Toker:   What Makes a Native Speaker?
Nativeness, Ownership, and Global Englishes
Mohammed Abdullah Hussein Muharram:
The Marginalization of Arabic Fiction in the Postcolonial and World English Curriculum: Slips? Or Orientalism and Racism?


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