Gift Subscriptions: Special anniversary price 

Give the gift of literature with a subscription to The Southern Review. This holiday season, you can buy the reader in your life a subscription to The Southern Review, and for a full year they will get great literature delivered right to their front door. Order before December 31 and receive The Southern Review’s special 80th anniversary rate of $35 for four issues, in honor of our founding year, 1935. Happy holidays from The Southern Review, and thank you for celebrating this special anniversary with us!

Winter is coming 

Subscribe now to get the winter 2016 issue delivered to your door in mid-January. We’re putting the finishing touches on the issue, which includes poems by Claudia Emerson, Philip Schultz, and a suite of Polish poets in translation, fiction by R. T. Smith and Crystal Hana Kim, an essay about the father of modern miniature golf, and the stunning artwork of Deedra Ludwig. 

Pushcart nominations

We are excited to share our nominations for the Pushcart Prize XLI. The nominees are: “Night at the Fiestas” by Kirstin Valdez Quade (fiction), “The Era of Good Feelings” by Amanda Goldblatt (fiction), “Samuel Beckett: Going On in Style” by Georgina Nugent-Folan (nonfiction), “Amplifier” by Christopher Chambers (nonfiction), “My Son Asks for the Story about When We Were Birds” by Joe Wilkins (poetry), and “If He Came & Diminished Me & Mapped My Way” by Larry Levis (poetry). Congratulations to the nominees, and thank you to the many wonderful contributors who made our decisions very difficult!

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