ISSUE 22.2 is here! It’s our largest issue in years, bringing you more fiction, poetry, essays, interviews, and reviews. You’ll find fascinating interviews with writer Benjamin Percy and poet Eleanor Wilner; new poetry from David Wagoner, Matthew Lippman, and Deborah Slicer; a hilarious story by Brock Clarke; and the winner of the 2010 Wabash Prize for Fiction, which guest judge Peter Ho Davies calls “a quietly, almost furtively, heartbreaking story.”
You’ll also find an essay about pen pals from writer Lisa Lee, a haunting story about used clothing from Shannon Robinson, impressive artwork from Amber Albrecht, and reviews of new books by Tony Hoagland, Elizabeth Gilbert, and others.
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