Spring/Summer 2009 Issue of Shenandoah Released
The Spring/Summer 2009 issue of Shenandoah: The Washington and Lee University Review (Vol. 59 No.1) is now available.
Included in its contents is work by Lee Smith, Stephen Dunn and Arthur Sze, as well as an excerpt from The Widow’s Season by W&L English professor Laura Brodie and an interview with Domnica Radulescu, professor of Romance Languages, about her novel Train to Trieste.
Also included is an essay about losing a farm, a story shaped by the war in Iraq and poems about Dickinson, Poe and an old horse, “the fireflies revolving about him/ the universe’s center still unspooling.”
Cover art is by author, songwriter and musician Billy Edd Wheeler.
Single copies of Shenandoah 59/1 are available at the Washington and Lee University Store, Books & Co. at 29 W. Nelson St., The Bookery at 107 W. Nelson St. and the Shenandoah office in Mattingly House, 2 Lee Ave.
Subscription information and submission guidelines are available on-line at shenandoah.wlu.edu.