The Southampton Review (TSR) publishes its 25th issue — Summer/Fall 2019 — on July 13, and inside readers will find an updated look and work by authors such as Rick Moody (“Hotels of North America”), Lisa Locascio (“Open Me”), Aliki Barnstone (Poet Laureate of Missouri), Katherine Faw (“Ultraluminous”), Scott Cheshire (“High as the Horses’ Bridles”), and Rachel Lyon (“Self-Portrait with Boy”).
The cover of this issue of TSR features “Primary Fan – Red,” a painting by Christopher Stott, who is represented by the George Billis Gallery in New York City. Mr. Stott’s work will be shown at this year’s Market Art + Design running July 5 to 7 in Bridgehampton.
Emily Smith Gilbert, TSR’s editor-in-chief, says, “I just knew the painting was going to be the cover. Christopher gives the fan a personality, somehow. The clean lines complement the journal’s new design.”
Copies of the Summer/Fall 2019 issue are $15 and can be purchased at thesouthamptonreview.com. A one-year subscription of two issues is $25, and a two-year subscription (four issues) is $45. The Southampton Review (TSR) is the literary journal of the MFA Program in Creative Writing & Literature at Stony Brook Southampton.