POETRY

Dean Young
Bell Tower

Emily Wheeler
Pear

Albert Goldbarth
Honeycomb, Calling
Smallish
End Times

David Yezzi
Minding Rites

Laura Read
How to be Sad

Amy Gerstler
Extracts from the Consoler's   Handbook

Sydney Lea
Misterioso

Lawrence Raab
Heroic

Kevin Prufer
A Giant Bird

Knute Skinner
The Ruins
Her Sister

Stephen Burt
Ocean State Job Lot

Daneen Wardrop
Here, Pulliing

Karin Gottshall
More Lies

Campbell McGrath
Minneapolis

Christopher Howell
Geography Lesson

Leslie Adrienne Miller
All About Skin

Mark Wagenaar
Carnival Nocturne

Terri Witek
I'll Meet You in the Isenheim   Altarpiece

Karina Borowicz
Midnight Train

Michael Chitwood
On a Thursday Afternoon of His   Life
The Elements Will Have Their   Way

Robin Hemley
Introduction to my Latest Effort

Julie Hanson
Qu'est-ce qu'il y a?
Always a Little Something   Somewhere in the Purse

Mary Christine Delea
Ankle Deep

Jay Rogoff
Old Snapshots

Nick Norwood
Illustration from an Early Reader
At Sea

Mary Di Lucia
Last Days of Antarctica Women's   Prison

Stephen Dunn
Love

Douglas Goetsch
Love Songs

James May
The Crypt on the Rock
One Pearl

FICTION

Tom Whalen
Critical Insect Studies

Phong Nguyen
Pages from the Textbook of   Alternate History: The Great   Pyre of Egypt

Natania Rosenfeld
Too Much

Scott Garson
Fake I.D.
Is That You, John Wayne?

Patrick Hicks
Living with the Dead

Karen Brown
An Heiress Walks Into a Bar

Josh Peterson
Communication with Distant Life   Forms

Joanne Fisher
The Red Bird

NONFICTION

Irene Keliher
Putting Girls on the Map

Natania Rosenfeld
Opera, or: Longing

2010 New Ohio Review Contest Winners (selected by Ann Beattie and Stephen Dunn)

FICTION WINNER
Angie Pelekidis

Blah, Blah Black Sheep

SECOND-PLACE WINNER
Matthew Duffus

The Soprano at Midlife

POETRY WINNER
Michael Derrick Hudson

Four Poems

SECOND-PLACE WINNER
Beth Marzoni

Three Poems

 

FEATURE

Altered Views: Fiction Reconsidered

Michael Griffith
On "In Time Which Made a   Monkey of Us All" by Grace   Paley

Sylvia Watanabe
On "I Used to Live Here Once"   by Jean Rhys

Julianna Baggott
On Rereading Gabriel Garcia   Marquez

Peter Ho Davies
On Rereading Donald Barthelme

Peter Turchi
On Breakfast at Tiffany's by   Truman Capote

Karen Brennan
On Orlando by Virginia Woolf

Charles Baxter
On The Widow's Children by   Paula Fox

 




The fire swayed and dodged the men. / When they smacked at the fire, it jumped.

-Michael Chitwood,
"The Elements Will Have Their Way" from Issue 8

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