: Winter 2018 :

Kafka with a Smile
Vol.: 
76
No.: 
1

Editorial

Robert S. Fogarty,  “Kafka with a Smile”
Read the editorial.

Essays

Steven Sampson, French Media, Presidental Women, and the Making of Macron
Dan Evans, The Saint Necessity (Baal vs. Galileo)
John Laughery, Belief and Unbelief: Writing Catholic Biography
Eugénie de Rosier, Mardi Gras at the Mango Festival
Wilhemina Condon, New Math

Fiction

​Margaret Benbow, Simeon and Gulden
Lauren Kosa, Clementine
Kent Nelson, Selfies
Caitlin Kindervatter-Clark, Well Behaved
R. Clifton Spargo, The Misfortunes of Others
Kent H. Dixon, 
Siren Song

Poetry

Sarah Gridley,Tidy
Rawdon Tomlinson, The Mound Builders
Natasha Sajé, A Capella
Christopher Kondrich​Ownership of Words
Michael Lavers, Here I am on the Beach, Here I am on the Louvre
Michael Lavers, Invective Against Stars
MIchael Lavers, Gold-Rush Mule Psalm
Thomas Patterson,My Room Was
Carrie Shipers, Security Questions
John Lundberg, Dopplegainger
John Lundberg​On Heartbreak
John Lundberg, Aubade
Ted Kooser, Couch Shell
Jane Zwart, The Day the Waves Come in Hard 
Sandra McPherson, Mezzanine

From Our Archives

Ed Fisher, The Apotheosis

Et Cetera

Simon Schuchat, Poetry Today: “"Russian Poetry After”
Book Reviews
Contributors
Friends of The Antioch Review

Cover 

David Battle; Caroll Spinney

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