South Carolina Review Volume 53.2 has arrived! This issue features poetry by Diamond Forde, Stella Wong, and Sheila Black, with […]
SCR is proud to present poets Julia Koets and Alicia Mountain for a reading and Q&A (moderated by Miriam McEwen) […]
The SCR would like to sincerely thank all of the authors who contributed to Volume 53.2. Congratulations to the winners […]
SCR 53:2 will be here in a few short weeks! This issue features poetry by Diamond Forde, Stella Wong, and […]
Miriam McEwan interviews Toni Jensen on her new memoir Carry. On their conversation, McEwan reflects, "On the last day of July 2020—amid the anxieties of a pandemic and the national outcry against police brutality—I was privileged to talk with Toni (over Zoom) about the language of violence, what it means to be American, and the bright, wholesome things that have sustained her writing process.”
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The SCR would like to sincerely thank all of the authors who contributed to Volume 52.2. Congratulations to the winners […]
"As an assistant editor of South Carolina Review, I was lucky enough to work on the edits for Sadie Hoagland’s story 'Extra Patriotic,' featured in SCR Volume 51.2. Hoagland recently published a story collection entitled American Grief in Four Stages, which Kirkus called 'a captivating debut [that] probes the trauma of being human . . . assured, haunting, and deeply empathetic.' The following interview was conducted via email over the course of two days in January." —Wesley Kapp
With fiction and poetry by Julianna Baggott, Jay Deshpande, Suzanne Paola, and James Ulmer, SCR Issue 52.2 will be released […]
In this interview with Sarah Blackman, Ohlin describes her new novel, Dual Citizens, forthcoming in June 2019, as “a love story between sisters, which would provide the container in which to explore some of the other issues and questions of identity (feminism, motherhood, what art-making and ambition can look like in women’s lives).” The novel follows the story of two sisters who are citizens of Canada and the United States, and the ways in which they travel between their various identities.