The Spring 2013 issue of The South Carolina Review will feature a series of essays on Irish authors by leading scholars, poetry by Ulster poet Gary Allen and others, including Appalachian poets Kathryn Kikpatrick and Rebecca Foust, and our usual staple of fiction and non-fiction creative prose, The Republic of Letters, and critical reviews.
Forthcoming Issue: Locating African American Autobiography
The South Carolina Review continues to seek submissions that examine how geographical locations associated with authors and texts shape the creation, reception, and distribution of African American Autobiography for a special number. One might consider Eric Gardner’s call for examinations of Unexpected Places such as Lucy Delaney’s St. Louis that are not traditionally associated with African American literary production, or further explorations of locales such as South Carolina or Worcester, Massachusetts, where authors of recently recovered slave narratives labored and lived. This themed issue of The South Carolina Review has been rescheduled for the spring 2014 number and will feature essays, fiction, poetry, and black-and-white photographs. For more information, contact Dr. Rhondda Thomas, firstname.lastname@example.org.