Dan Rifenburgh writes, “There’s something extremely likeable about Tampa Review . . . both lovely and, somehow, unpretentious.” Samrat Upadhyay adds, “The presentation is bold, elegant, and the content invites us into a world of highest literary imagination.” This issue includes a conversation with the acclaimed contemporary artist Miriam Schapiro, plus new writing from Audrey Colombe, Robert Dana, Patry Francis, William Greenway, Jennifer Haigh, Barry Silesky, and much more.
Fiction: Audrey Colombe, Patry Francis, Jennifer Haigh, Lee Irby
Poetry: Millicent Borges Accardi, Lucy Aron, Steven Barza, David James Callan, Wyn Cooper, Robert Dana, Christina Hutchins, Robert Morris Kennedy, Chris Kingsley, Aimee Nezhukumatahil, Jay Baron Nicorvo, Eric Pankey, Alan Peterson, Curt Rogers, Philip St. Clair, Barry Silesky, David Starkey, Kate Umans
Nonfiction: Adrienne M. Golub, William Greenway, Lily Iona MacKenzie, Miriam Schapiro, Elizabeth Winston
Art: Wayne Hutchinson, Rodger Kingston, Tony Oursler, Miriam Schapiro, Wayne Thiebaud