Volume 38, Spring 2011

Recently-released issue, featuring art by Thomas C. Jackson

The Spring 2011 issue of Oyez Review contains high-quality poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction by both new and established writers. It also features beautiful and provoking black and white images by artist Thomas C. Jackson, whose drawings appear on the front and back covers, as well as in an eight-page portfolio inside the issue. Volume 38 includes seven pieces of short fiction, four pieces of creative nonfiction, and sixteen poems.

Thank you to the following writers for their contributions to this year’s issue of Oyez:

John Azrak, Gaylord Brewer, Curtis Dawkins, James Doyle, David Alan Goldstein, James Grinwis, Carol K. Howell, Richard Jespers, Scott Alexander Jones, Signe Jorgenson, John P. Kirstofco, Daniel Lowe, Peter Ludwin, Paul Many, Teresa Milbrodt, Mary Elizabeth Parker, Shelly Reed, Stephen R. Roberts, Anele Rubin, Charles F. Thielman, Don Thompson, Cecilia Villarruel, and Gerald Yelle.

Copies of the new issue are currently available for $5 at the following Chicago bookstores:

The Book Cellar (Lincoln Square), Women and Children First (Andersonville), The Armadillo’s Pillow (Rogers Park), Quimby’s (Wicker Park),Powell’s Bookstore (Lakeview), City Newsstand (6 Corners), City Newsstand (Evanston), Wolfbait & B-girls (Logan Square), 57th St. Books (Hyde Park), and the Roosevelt University Bookstore (Loop).

Oyez 38 is also coming soon to Toadstool Bookshops in New Hampshire.

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About Oyez Review

Oyez Review is the literary magazine of Roosevelt University's MFA Program in Creative Writing. We publish high-quality fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, and art from all over the nation and the world!
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