The South Carolina Review (SCR) is reimagining the southern literary magazine, continuing in the spirit of literary innovation found in the works of writers such as O’Connor, Falkner, Hurston, Welty, Dickey, and Ellison while expanding its range and gaze to encompass contemporary literature from a variety of perspectives.
Now in its 51st year, SCR has been published by Clemson since 1973. It has published notable authors such as Joyce Carol Oates, Kurt Vonnegut, Elizabeth Strout, and Ron Rash.
Contributors to the current issue include: Nicholas Molbert, Kelly Davio, Robert Wrigley, Ace Boggess, Janelle Effiwatt, Sophia Galifianakis, G.C. Waldrep, Lisa Summe, Juan Morales, Raymond Luczak, Joshua Escobar, Ed Madden, Heather Lanier, Joseph Landi, George Singleton, Erin Swan, Sadie Hoagland, Sarah Domet, Julio Durán, Andrew Siegrist, K.C. Vance, Henry Goldkamp, Susan Tekulve, Michael Griffith, Rich Ives, Sarah Blackman, Ron McFarland, Kathi Wolfe, Andrew Lemons, Nancy Swanson, Amy Borders, and Walt Hunter.