New Letters magazine

By Subscription, Volume 84 Nos. 2 & 3 (Winter/Spring 2018)

  • Editor's Note

  • 7 /

    Trust, an editor's note

    , Robert Stewart
  • 200 /

    Forgive Us Our Commerce, another editor's note

    , Robert Stewart
  • Interview

  • 34 /

    Introduction to Michelle Boisseau

    , Staff
  • 35 /

    A Bigger Hall to Sing in, conducted by Angela Elam

    , Michelle Boisseau
  • 72 /

    Introduction to H.C. Palmer

    , Staff
  • 73 /

    A Place to Stand, conducted by James E. Cherry

    , H.C. Palmer
  • Fiction

  • 9 /

    Pasture, Stubble, Shoulder of the Highway

    , Kathryn Schwille
  • 89 /

    By the Dawn's Early Light

    , Gary Gildner
  • 135 /

    Thomas, winner, the New Letters fiction award

    , Robert Oldshue
  • Poetry

  • 30 /

    Come Moths

    , Fleda Brown
  • 31 /

    L'Isola

    , Brian Swann
  • 66 /

    Two Poems

    , Daniel Lusk
  • 68 /

    On days I don't think I'll die of grief 

    , Carrie Shipers
  • 70 /

    Good Dead Person

    , Michael Waters
  • 71 /

    Now we are all sons of bitches

    , Bonnie Naradzay
  • 79 /

    Tide

    , H.C. Palmer
  • 127 /

    The Resurrectionist's Diary, winner, the New Letters poetry award

    , Myrna Stone
  • 154 /

    Switching on the Light

    , Richard Lloyd
  • 155 /

    The Cops

    , Shane Seely
  • 156 /

    After Vandalism, Sealth's Grave

    , Gary Thompson
  • 157 /

    Rat Language

    , Roald Hoffmann
  • 170 /

    Moon

    , William Trowbridge
  • Artwork

  • 8 /

    Dune Grass, Archival Pigment Print, From Dreams and Other Things

    , Gloria Baker Feinstein
  • 80 /

    Introduction to Gloria Baker Feinstein's Dreams and Other Things

    , Staff
  • 81 /

    Two Crows,  Archival Pigment Print, From Dreams and Other Things

    , Gloria Baker Feinstein
  • 82 /

    Snow Geese,  Archival Pigment Print, From Dreams and Other Things

    , Gloria Baker Feinstein
  • 83 /

    Spreading Tree, Archival Pigment Print, From Dreams and Other Things

    , Gloria Baker Feinstein
  • 84 /

    Storm, Archival Pigment Print, From Dreams and Other Things

    , Gloria Baker Feinstein
  • 85 /

    Mud Home, Archival Pigment Print, From Dreams and Other Things

    , Gloria Baker Feinstein
  • 86 /

    Three Birds, Archival Pigment Print, From Dreams and Other Things

    , Gloria Baker Feinstein
  • 87 /

    Trees and Birds, Archival Pigment Print, From Dreams and Other Things

    , Gloria Baker Feinstein
  • 88 /

    Dirt Road, Archival Pigment Print, From Dreams and Other Things

    , Gloria Baker Feinstein
  • 126 /

    Single Bird, Archival Pigment Print, From Dreams and Other Things

    , Gloria Baker Feinstein
  • 153 /

    Lone Bird, Archival Pigment Print, From Dreams and Other Things

    , Gloria Baker Feinstein
  • Commentary & Reviews

  • 173 /

    "An Insufficient Literary History of Greg Field," on his poetry 

    , Robert Stewart
  • 179 /

    "Where Does the Truth Lie?" on the stories of Jacob M. Appel

    , R.M. Kinder
  • 181 /

    "Jackalope Walks into a Bar," on the mythopoesis of Denise Low

    , Carolyne Wright
  • Contributor Notes

  • 190 /

    Notes on Writers & Artists in This Issue

    , Staff
  • Essays & Memoirs

  • 49 /

    Journey's We're On

    , Gary Gildber
  • 101 /

    In the Absence of Obligation, winner, the New Letters essay award

    , E.D. Galbraith
  • 159 /

    Wind Dancers, a New Letters reprisal

    , Conger Beasley Jr.
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Kansas City Literary Events

Mary Kay Andrews

Thursday, May 24, 2018
Kansas City, Mo.

ry Kay Andrews

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New Letters & BkMk Press Events at 2018 AWP Conference / Tampa Bookfair Booth 1048

Join us at AWP 2018 in Tampa, Florida, for three events: A tribute to Michelle Boisseau + book signings by Robert Stewart and Mia Leonin.

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Clarion Awards Selection CD Special

Jamaica KincaidJim ShepardGloria Vando & Anika ParisLuis Alberto Urrea, and Alex George, normally $7.99 per episode, this cd collection comes with over $15.00 in savings. Downloads of these programs have been reduced and are available through our archives.