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The South Carolina Review Volume 52.1, Fall 2019

November 5, 2019

Cover of issue 52.1. Art work includes a blue abstract design with the South Carolina Review logo in the top right corner.

Cover of issue 52.1. Art work includes a blue abstract design with the South Carolina Review logo in the top right corner.

SCR Issue 52.1 includes fiction by Dean Bakopoulos and Emily Collins, along with poetry by Maurice Manning, and Canese Jarboe.

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CONTENTS

POETRY

2   O-JEREMIAH AGBAAKIN  nocturne with the invisible shepherd // or the book of noah
4   SARA WALLACE  Prayer Slid Under the Study Door
10 HOLLY DAY  These Uncharted Wilds; Along the Bay
18 CINDY KING  It’s Either That, or You’re Pregnant Again
20 DAVID BLAIR  At Fenway Park
22 ANTHONY BORRUSO  Suicide Summer
23 LISA RHOADES  The Most Beautiful Migraine in the World
41 LEVI ANDALOU  Three Untitled Poems from the Manuscript “State of the Wards”
59 MAURICE MANNING  White Oak Shadow Half a Mile Away; Frogeyes
62 CANESE JARBOE  Self-Portrait as Disco Ball Missing Tiles; Morning Morning
71 JOHN NIEVES  Counterpoint: Twenty Years
72 RICK MULKEY  Toolbox
74 CAROLINE PARKMAN BARR  For Some Time After
75 HILARY BROWN  Vigil
90 NATHAN SPOON  Sonnet; Buzz Off; The River
100 BRAD JOHNSON  Elegiac Advice Unwanted
101 CECIL MORRIS  At the Diagnosis
102 DIANE R. WIENER  Paradise was consumed
120 RONALD MORAN  Not Only on Sundays

FICTION

6   EMILY ALICE KATZ  Sugar Talk
12 EMILY COLLINS  Marcyland
24 MARY GRIMM  Zane’s Trace
44 DEAN BAKOPOULOS  The Dog
64 JOSÉ SOTOLONGO  The Light in the Woods
76 MONIC DUCTAN  Gullah Babies
94 MATTHEW TURBEVILLE  Run Away with Me
103 EVANGELINE WRIGHT  The House of Forgetting

BOOK REVIEWS

113 EMILY ROSE COLE  Disabled, Queer Pride and Kinship in Laura Hershey: On the Life and Work of an American Master
117 SUSAN TEKULVE  The Dark Heart of Florida: Jon Sealy’s The Edge of America
121 Announcement of Ronald Moran Prize in Fiction and Poetry

CONTRIBUTORS

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