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The South Carolina Review Volume 52.2, Spring 2020

February 20, 2020

Painting of an orange and white boat docked at the edge of a blue lake with green mountains in the distance. The SCR logo is placed at the top left corner in white.

SCR Issue 52.2 includes fiction by James Ulmer and Joshua Jones, along with poetry by Julianna Baggott and Susanne Paola Antonetta.

 

CONTENTS

POETRY

2 SUSANNE PAOLA ANTONETTA  Clue
5 SASHA FLETCHER  i told you so
15 TRAVIS LAU  Still Life; Recovered: Vegetable Knife
33 JUDITH CODY  Ultrasound of a Poem
34 ISABEL DUARTE-GRAY  A Portion for Foxes
44 JAN C. GROSSMAN  The Decision
46 JULIANNA BAGGOTT  The Facebook is Empty and Sad
58 JAY DESHPANDE  Narrative Comes Easy; Love in Swan
64 J. ALAN NELSON  Time to Fuck Over Romeo
82 LIZ BOWEN  Amnesia; Aphasia
92 MATTHEW LIPPMAN  What Mingus Knew
105 CAROLINE MAUN  Where I Grew Up
117 CHARLOTTE PENCE  Becoming That Adult
118 MICHAEL ROGNER  Vinyl
120 LELAND SEESE  Dress Shoes
135 AVIVA KASOWSKI  Closure

FICTION

6 JAMES ULMER  The Far Hill
18 JOSHUA JONES  The Long-Distance Runner
36 BRENDAN GILLEN  What Goes Up
48 JENNY ROBERTSON  Ground Truth
60 SARAH BLACKMAN  The Donora Smog
66 DUSTIN M. HOFFMAN  The First Woman
84 MATTHEW FIANDER  Gizzards and Hearts (Mostly Gizzards)
94 MICHAEL GILLS  Swimmer
106 WILL RADKE  Black and Blue
122 CATHERINE BELL  Outward Bound

NONFICTION

75 MATTHEW VOLLMER  Three Essays

BOOK REVIEWS

136 DORSEY CRAFT  “Butterfly on a Chain”: Maurice Manning’s Railsplitter
141 PRESTON TAYLOR STONE  Toward a Queer/Blind Poetics: Kathi Wolfe’s Love and Kumquats
144 DUSTIN PEARSON  Tommy Pico’s Feed Serves Somthing-for-Everybody Appeal
147 Gary Kerley “All’s Fair in Love and Memoir”: Remembering Pat Conroy

CONTRIBUTORS

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