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The Education of an Artist

PRINT and ELECTRONIC ISSUE AVAILABLE.  (Note:  This issue was late because our long-time printer went bankrupt and we had to find another printer.)


Robert S. Fogarty,  “The Education of an Artist”
Read the editorial http://review.antiochcollege.org/education-artist


Emma Amos, The Education of an Artist in London
Michelle Holley & Anne McCarty, Nolan Miller: The Last Man of Letters
Jay Tuck, Mankind's Greatest Challenge: Artificial Intelligence


Mika Seifert, Old Timers
Abe Aamidor, Diary of a Triage Patient
John Blair, The Springs
J. Paul Ross, Gethsemane
Adam Luebke, Book Slug
Dennis McFadden, Cannibals in Canoes
J. P. Daley, So Said Simon
Stuart Neville, Coming in on Time
Jennifer Clements, Appassionata
Debra Ratner, The Mirror in Here


Pedro Mairal, trans. Fiona Sze-Lorrain, Messages
Pedro Mairal, trans. Fiona Sze-Lorrain, Butterfly
Karl Kirchwey, Mutabor: The Stanza of Livia
Skye Shirley, Thou
Morri Creech, Near the Summer Pavilion
Michael Fulop, A Painting by Seurat
Karen Kevorkian, Evidently I was Still Somewhere

Et Cetera

Fiona Sze-Lorrain, Poetry Today: “A Rendezvous with Contemporary Argentine Poet Pedro Mairal”

Book Reviews

A Short History of Monsters by Jose Padua. University of Arkansas Press, 91 pp.

Selected Poems by Li Shangyin, translated by Chloe Garcia Roberts. New York REview Books, 155 pp.

My Lookalike at the Krishna Temple by Jacqueline Osherow. Louisiana State Univeristy Press, 104 pp.

100 Poems by Seamus Heaney. Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 174 pp.

Arizona Time by Scott C. Seckel. Pulp Hero Press, 252 pp.

Syllables of Rain by D. S. Lliteras. Rainbow Ridge Books, 176 pp.

Welcome Scholar by Jake Fuchs. Grizzly Peak Press, 206 pp.


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