Chariton Review

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The best in short fiction, poetry, translations, and essays.

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Vol. 35, No. 1 and No. 2 (2012)

The Chariton Review publishes the best in short fiction, poetry, translations, and essays in two issues each year. This international literary journal founded in 1975 by Andrew Grossbardt and edited by Jim Barnes from 1976 to 2010 and now edited by James D’Agostino.

Vol. 35, No. 1 is sold out.

Contents

Vol. 35, No. 1

The Chariton Review Short Fiction Prize, 2012

Judge: Kellie Wells

Winner
Waimea Williams: Vienna Quartet, With Dog

Finalists
Martha L. Burns: City of Paris
Heidi Naylor: A Season of Curing
Mil Norman-Risch: Leave It

Short Fiction
Rachel Kincaid: Only Mad Dogs and Englishmen

Essays
Chad Hanson: Call the Wild by Its Name

Poetry
David A. Axelrod
Decorum in Poured Concrete
A Story as I Sharpen My Knife
Swallow It
The Kabab Stand

Nancy Botkin
On Not Being Coherent on Life or Death

Franklin K. R. Cline
The Inadequate Bookshelf
The Aubade
The Moony Poem
On Greenness
12/20/2010

Jo Doran
Eryoneicus
Cradle
A Diameter of 100,000 Light Years
Miranda

James Grabill
Civilized Identity
from “Double Helix”

Daniel Lusk
Midwest Memoir: Two Poems

Angie Macri
The Titan Before It Slides

John McKernan
At the Grave of Frank Stafford

Jeff McRae
Scrimshaw
Verisimilitude
Against Feeling
The Doctor Is Out
Evidence

Alex Moseley
midwinter
bile bear

Mike Nelson
Beelzebub
The Wonder Found Word by Word in the Telling
To Thalia, Muse and Grace Whose Name Means “Flowering”
Wood
Glade

Lawrence Revard
The Writing on the Fence

John Ridland
The Failing Reader
Turning Back to Standard Time
Her Fingerprint

Molly Tamarkin
Auto-Complete 2010
The Day Bernice Changed Her Ringtone
The Evolution of the Poem

Sally Van Doren
Divided
38 Bradford Road, Around the Back

Translations
Georges Godeau, translated by Kathleen McGookey
Il est venu de loin… / He has come from far away…
Á l’ombre du tilleul… / In the shade of the linden tree…
Seoul / Seoul
Leur Place / Their Place

Contributors


Vol. 35, No. 2

Short Fiction
Katherine Heiny: Single, Carefree, Mellow
Eric Neuenfeldt: Mechanics of Crash
Jenn Scott: What She Knows
Peter Stine:Sailing
Lois Taylor: Do You Know What Your Problem Is?

Essays
Ray Holmes: On Bowls
Lori Horvitz: Mongrels of Salamanca

Poetry
Nancy Aldrich
After

Richard Carr
refused medicine
a derangement
dead dead

Richard Cecil
Back Home Again
Nightmare
Riding into the Sunset
Bubble Boy
My Work Ethic

Annie Christain
A Maple Gets Red
Sometimes under Prague

Michelle Disler
Reality Dating Show Love the Language of Season Number

Gary Finke
The Geology of Hell
The Scientist in Siberia
The Hitler Car
The Faith Surgeries
Laugh Track
The Curse Tablet

John Hitzel
Waveformer
Owls All Over
The Terrible Wrath of Meaninglessness
Whatup, Poem?
Truth Salad, Movement 1
Calli Lilies

Victoria Kelly
Planning

Mike Lewis-­Beck
Naming Ucelli

Matt Mauch
My brother the reluctant hiker . . .
The ribs and sternum being no kind of fence
O green and white porcelain, O representation of frog
She loves me, she loves me not
Thoughts like the molecules of exhaust . . .
So much depends on the rains, on the runoff

Ben McClendon
Revolutionary Hymns
Inconsequential

Paul Nelson
Learning to Miss
Ebb
Equinox
Icebox

Brady Rhoades
Uncle Patrick
1973

Bradford Tice
Seagulls at the Local Walmart in a Landlocked State

Charles Harper Webb
The Good Survives
Violence
Out of Sight . . .

Steven Wingate
Octet of Praise and Animosity for New York
Octet of Distorted Affection for Paris
Octet of Nostalgic Longing for Los Angeles

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