Volume 1, Issue 2

Welcome to the second issue of The Magnolia Review!

To download the PDF, click TMR Volume 1 Issue 2 July 2015.

For the ePub version, click here.

Thank you, and enjoy the second issue!

Correction: Sally Deskins’ pieces use text from Laura Madeline Wiseman.

Contributors for Volume 1, Issue 2, July 2015: Michael Albright, Amy Bassin, Danny P. Barbare, Roy Bentley, Mark Blickley, Katarina Boudreaux, Barbara Brooks, Audrey Carroll, Yuan Changming, Dylan Debeli, Christine Degenaars, Sally Deskins, George Drew, James English , Richard Fein, Ruth Foley, Erin Darby Gesell, Mitchell Grabois, William A. Greenfield, Zebulon Huset, James Croal Jackson, Seth Jani, Janne Karlsson, Robert S. King, Monique Kluczykowski, Lavana Kray, Thom Kunz ,Charlene Langfur, Christine M. Lasek, Andrew Lindquist, Taidgh Lynch, Carolyn Martin, Brendan McDonnell, Michael P. McManus, Brian McRoberts, Todd Mercer, Abigail Parlier, Michael Passafiume, Richard King Perkins II, Maria Picone, Frederick Pollack, Sally Reece, Jessica Robinson, Allison Rosh, Mark Antony Rossi, Terry Savoie, Domenic Scopa, Ruth E. Towne, Bill Vernon, Terri Hadley Ward, Bill Wolak

Reviews for Volume 1, Issue 2, July 2015:The Bones of Us by J. Bradley and Adam Scott Mazer, Sylph by Abigail Cloud, I Will Love You For the Rest of My Life by Michael Czyzniejewski, The Opposite of Loneliness: Essays and Stories by Marina Keegan, Praying Drunk: Stories, Questions by Kyle Minor, and The Great Glass Sea by Josh Weil.

Interview for Volume 1, Issue 2, July 2015: A Dance with Demons, and Other Melancholies, Interview with Abigail Cloud, author of Sylph, winner of the Lena-Miles Wever Todd Prize.

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