TSR contributor Douglas Lawson's story, "Love in a Kitchen Garden," will be featured on an upcoming episode of Selected Shorts! "Love in a Kitchen Garden" was read by Richard Kind and recorded at the 2017 Southampton Writers Conference. See below for episode details and read "Love in a Kitchen Garden" here.
1/4/2018 Crossing the Line
“Distractions,” by Simon Rich, performed by Erinn Hayes
“Love in a Kitchen Garden,” by Douglas Lawson, performed by Richard Kind
“Brand Values,” by Emily Buckler, performed by Maulik Pancholy
TSR contributor Nausheen Eusuf's debut collection of poetry, Not Elegy, But Eros, has just been published by NYQ Books!
Read one of Nausheen's poems, "At my uncle's hacienda," which we recently published on TSR Online.
The Winter/Spring 2017 Issue of The Southampton Review is dedicated to “the visitation of the muse to writers and artists,” and it reads like a celebration of craft, rich in form.
Read the full review here.
September 19, 2017
Amy Hempel is the author of four story collections, including Reasons to Live, At the Gates of the Animal Kingdom, Tumble Home, and The Dog of the Marriage. The New York Times named The Collected Stories of Amy Hempel one of the Ten Best Books of 2006. A 2017 inductee to the American Academy of Arts and Letters, Hempel is also a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences; a Guggenheim Fellow; and the recipient of the Hobson Award, a USA Fellowship grant, the Rea Award for the Short Story, the PEN/Malamud Award for Short Fiction, and the John William Corrington Award for Literary Excellence from Centenary College. Hempel is a founding board member of the Deja Foundation, which offers direct assistance to dogs rescued from high-kill shelters in an effort to empower small rescue organizations to support sustainable adoptions.
Congratulations to Alicia Mountain
Former TSR contributor Alicia Mountain's poetry debut, High Ground Coward, has been awarded the 2017 Iowa Poetry Prize.
"Her voice is intimate, brash, always precise, heartbreaking in both its vulnerability and its authority. These poems are carried away by both lust and intelligence—this poet understand desire." —Brenda Shaughnessy, 2017 Iowa Poetry Prize Judge
Read three poems from High Ground Coward (Spring 2018, University of Iowa Press) that first appeared in the Summer 2015 issue of TSR here.