Poem of the Week

Jesus Walks the Southland by Robert Gray

The title poem of Robert Gray’s third and most recent book of poetry illustrates a marriage with a dysfunctional history: Christianity and the Deep South. Continue reading

Survival 101

Advice from the Norse

Expect the best, but don’t leave the house without your spear. Continue reading

New Reading Period for Fiction

SHENANDOAH to Begin Reading Fiction Submissions January 20

Please submit through our link to Submittable or the Submittable website. Continue reading

Featured in this Issue

“Beyond Autobiography: Claudia Emerson,” essay by Philip Belcher/ Review of HILLBILLY ELEGY

Now in current issue: Emerson essay
A review of HILLBILLY ELEGY Continue reading

SNOPES: A Blog

Under Discussion Now

The passing of Irish poet John Montague. Thomas McGuane’s CROW FAIR. Woodpeckers, zealots, shackles & Shallots. VISIT OUR BLOG FOR EVERYTHING FROM POGO THE POSSUM TO HARPER LEE. Continue reading