It’s not just the cover art by Anna Dibble that gives this fall issue its fairy-tale vibe. This issue is full of mystery and metaphor, of great fears and difficult journeys, along with a surprising prevalence of birds. NER 40.3 includes John Kinsella’s incandescent new translation of Rimbaud, D. J. Thielke’s story of the Pied Piper, Jessie van Eerden’s new look at the story of Mary and Martha, Supritha Rajan’s lyrical meditation on emigration, and much more.
For a full list of what’s to come, visit the table of contents.
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