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Arkansas Review for August 2007
12, 2007 -- The Department of English and Philosophy at Arkansas State
University announces the publication of the August issue of “Arkansas
Review: A Journal of Delta Studies.”
Edited by a committee of faculty and graduate assistants, the magazine
offers an interdisciplinary
approach to the seven-state Mississippi
River Delta region through academic articles, interviews, fiction,
poetry, creative nonfiction, visual art and reviews.
In a slight departure from the past, Volume 38, No. 2 features only
creative work, according to Dr. Thomas S. Williams, associate professor
of English and editor of the Arkansas Review. “The cover photo and the
centerpiece of the issue are from Amy Evans, who in addition to being a
fine photographer and artist, is also an oral historian for the Southern
The fiction from Quinn Dalton and Mary Troy offers singular takes on
life in Baton Rouge and St. Louis. Louis C. Bourgeois explores his
haunted Louisiana in two essays, and poets Beth Gylys and Leslie St.
John contribute masterfully, Williams added.
An individual copy of the August issue is $7.50. A year’s subscription
(three issues) costs $20. Make checks payable to “ASU Foundation” with
“Arkansas Review” on the memo line. Address to Arkansas Review, PO Box
1890, State University, AR 72467.
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