Chicago Review has posted some new material to its website: http://
+ the first part of C.D. Wright's "Rising, Falling, Hovering." (The
second half of which appears in the current issue. A prose note by
C.D. on the poem will appear in the next issue.)
+ the full four-part exchange between John Wilkinson and Peter Riley,
beginning with Wilkinson's review of Simon Jarvis's The
Unconditional. (Peter Riley's end note --- a reading list of
Cambridge poetry --- is exclusive to the web.)
+ the first part of Kent Johnson's twelve-part critical novella on
recent poetry books from the UK, a review of Andrew Duncan. (The
current installment is on J.H. Prynne, the next will be on Tim Atkins.)
+ + + +
Still up and available for download: "Numbers Trouble" by Juliana
Spahr and Stephanie Young --- and Jennifer Ashton's response.
Also up: reviews of Eliot Weinberger, Frederick Seidel, Harryette
Mullen, Zak Smith, and Kevin Connolly.
+ + + +
Please consider subscribing to Chicago Review or giving a
subscription as a gift for the holidays. As a special offer we'll
give you one free back issue for every year you subscribe: a five-
year subscription gets the last five issues plus the current number.
Issues on offer:
51:1/2 + Christopher Middleton
51:3 + Birds (C.D. Wright, Ray DiPalma, etc.)
51:4/52:1 + Lisa Robertson
52:2/3/4 + Kenneth Rexroth
53:1 + British Poetry Issue
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