Harvard Review 48

Harvard Review 48

Harvard Review 48, Fall 2015

This issue features new fiction by Andrea Barrett; two essays by Brian Doyle; poems by Tony Hoagland, Cole Swensen, Danniel Schoonebeek, and Raúl Zurita; and art by Alison Rossiter and Richard Butler.

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Christina Thompson HR 48 Editorial


Andrea Barrett "The Accident"
Catherine Carberry "Salvo for New Spain"
T. Y. Lee "My Name Is Manuel Vargas"
Suzanne Matson "Convention Center"


Brian Doyle "A Sprawl of Brothers" and "The Fourth of March"
Katherine Hengel Frankowski "Blasphemy"
Walter M. Robinson "White Cloth Ribbons"
Patricia Vigderman "Out of the Shadows"
George Choundas "The Vengeances"
Roxana Von Kraus "Meridians of the Heart"


Joshua Marie Wilkinson "The Easement [I think it’s the locked doors]" and "The Easement [I’m the friend of night]"
Elizabeth T. Gray Jr. "Construction of Trench Systems: Explanation of Diagram #1"
Aracelis Girmay from "The Black Maria"
Tony Hoagland "Four Beginnings for an Apocalyptic Novel of Manners"
Lynne Sharon Schwartz "Renee Returned"
Cole Swensen "More pearl:" and "More pearl again:"
Danniel Schoonebeek "No Key"
Raúl Zurita, Anna Deeny from Anteparadise: "CI," "CII," and "CIII"
Dan Beachy-Quick "Shepherd of—" and "Apophatic"
Eleanor Stanford "Long-billed Curlew (Numensius longistrosis)"
Christopher Buckley "Sky Circling Among Branches"
Matt Morton "The Expedition"
Jill McDonough "Susan and the Mountains of Aristarchus"
Sherod Santos "I Went for a Walk in Winter"
Nancy Takacs "The Worrier: body"
Victoria Chang "Barbie Chang’s Father Calls"