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The Winter Issue of Gently Read Literature will be released in January.

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Take a look at the some of the poetry & fiction that will be reviewed in the Winter Issue:

 

Todd McCarty on Ryan Teitman’s poetry collection Litany for the City from BOA Editions

Glenda Burgess on Gretchen Henderson’s novel The House Enters the Street from Starcherone Books

Christopher Schaeffer on Dorothy Lasky’s poetry collection Thunderbird from Wave Books

Gary Sloboda on Christian Hawkey’s poetry collection Citizen Of from Wave Books

David Atkinson on Molly Ringwald’s novel When It Happens to You from It Books/HarperCollins

Kurt Brown’s essay “The Pictorial Impulse in Poetry”

Heather Lang on Matthew Zapruder’s poetry collection Come On All You Ghosts from Copper Canyon Press

Jennifer Jean on Elain Equi’s poetry collection Click & Clone from Coffee House Press

Michelle Ovalle on Amal al-Jabouri’s poetry collection Hagar Before the Occupation/Hagar After the Occupation from Alice James Books

Ann E. Michael on Elaine Terranova’s poetry collection Dames Rocket from Penstroke Press

Mike Walker on Jacek Gutorow’s collection The Folding Star and Other Poems from BOA Editions

Kirsten Sworts on Melinda Moustakis’s short story collection Bear Down Bear North from University of Georgia Press

Kelly Lydick on Sandy Florian’s poetry/fiction hybrid Prelude to Air from Water from Elixir Press

Paula Koneazny on Laura Solomon’s poetry collection The Hermit from Ugly Duckling Presse

Cort Bledsoe on Adam Clay’s poetry collection A Hotel Lobby at the Edge of the World from Milkweed Editions

And on Dan Boehl’s poetry collection Kings of the Fucking Sea from Birds, LLC

And on Daniel Pyne’s novel A Hole in the Ground Owned by a Liar from Counterpoint

Tom Bradley’s foreword to the new edition of My Hands Were Clean

Nicole Contreras on Leslie Scalapino’s poetry/fiction hybrid Floats Horse-Floats or Horse-Flows from Starcherone Books

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