Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Crab Creek Review 2010 Vol.I is Now Available

We are pleased to announce that Crab Creek Review 2010 Vol.I has just been released!
An excerpt from our Editors' Note: As we celebrate National Poetry Month and the creative writing process, we realize how privileged we are as editors to read the diversity of poems and stories received in the mail each week, as varied and intriguing as our April weather. Putting this issue together, we found that we had chosen works covering a wide scope of topics: contemplation of the past, former and present lovers, the surrealistic and fantastical, parenthood, the humorous, rural and urban living, the writing process, springtime and birds, to name a few. This “everything themed” issue is an apt way to begin a new decade as yet undefined, and therefore filled with every possibility. David Wagoner might express it best in his poem, How Birds Feel About Air, “and some carve it like constantly astonishing experts / into shapes ordinarily unimaginable.”
This issue features the work of: Dmitri Avaliani, P.K. Brask, Alex Cigale, Josh Cooper, Sharon Doyle, Rachel Contreni Flynn, Patrick Friesen, Terry Godbey, David Guterson, Jeremy Halinen, Michael Hanner, Jordan, Hartt, Sharon Hashimoto, Deborah Hauser, Niels Hav, Erin Coughlin Hollowell, Michael Johnsen, Robert Kostuck, Kate Lebo, Diane Lockward, George Looney, Brendan McBreen, Rachel Mehl, Natasha Kochicheril Moni, Peter Munro, Justin Petropoulos, Cati Porter, Connie Post, Rahna Reiko Rizzuto, Victor David Sandiego, Emily Scudder, Andrei Sen-Senkov, Tim Sherry, Laura Stott, George Such, Molly Tenenbaum, Natalie Haney Tilghman, David Wagoner, Wendy Wisner, Mark Wisniewski, and Rachel Zitomer.
Cover Art: Memphis Girl, by Rowland Salley.
Order Crab Creek Review 2010 Vol.I here and please consider subscribing to our journal.

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