Countdown to Fall Issue

shenandoah_cover3The editor-in-chief and staff of Shenandoah: The Washington and Lee University Review are pleased to announce that the fall issue, Volume 63, Number 1, will premiere on our website on Friday, October 4, 2013.  To celebrate the new issue, we will begin a week-long countdown to publication with daily sneak peeks from the issue’s poetry and fiction selections.  Be sure to like Shenandoah‘s Facebook page, follow the Twitter feed, and check out the Snopes Blog to access exciting tidbits from the fall issue!



Shenandoah’s fifth online publication, the issue will include selections of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and flash fiction as well as an interview with author Alyson Hagy and a variety of reviews.

Writers in Vol. 63, No. 1: Leah Angstman, Q Lindsey Barrett, Josh Bernstein, Brian Brodeur, Kathryn Stripling Byer, Martin Cloutier, Billy Collins, Dante DiStefano, Bruce Ducker, Gary Fincke, Matthew Gavin Frank, Gabrielle Freeman, Alice Friman, Jacqueline Kolosov, Elizabeth Langemak, Frannie Lindsay, Emily Brown McKay, Ross McMeekin, David Moolten, John Nelson, Nick Norwood, Elizabeth Oliver, Amanda Pauley, Roberta Payne, David Torrey Peters, Donald Platt, John Poch, Lynn Powell, Keith Rebec, Nick Ripatrazone, Terry Sanville, Julie Wittes Schlack, Seth Brady Tucker, Eric Weinstein, Kirby Wright, and William Wright.

Reviews and book recommendations by new Shenandoah Contributing Editor William Wright, as well as Anika Gupta, Sarah Kennedy, and Katherine Turner.



recent-meR. T. Smith has edited Shenandoah since 1995 and serves as Writer-in-Residence at Washington & Lee. His forthcoming books are Doves in Flight: 13 Fictions and Summoning Shades: New Poems, both due in 2017.