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Revel — Issue No. 1

ISBN: 9798989233342
Binding: Paperback
Editor: Atsuro Riley
Pages: 194
Trim: 7.5 x 10.5 inches
Published: 01/09/2024

Revel Issue 1, available January 2024, contains over 200 pages of literary excellence, including:

A special section considering the poetry of former Poet Laureate, Kay Ryan, with essays by:

Stephanie Burt
Peter Campion
Hailey Leithauser
Amit Majmudar
Ange Mlinko
Natalie Shapero
Willard Spiegelman
A.E. Stallings
Christian Wiman

Also featuring:
Terrance Hayes: A Frank Stanford Lyric Speech Act Test with Visions
Shane McCrae: an excerpt from his memoir Pulling the Chariot of the Sun
a Joy Williams screed on our environmental Armageddon
a Hugh Raffles essay on The Black Stone of Djúpalónssandur
a Bernard Cooper essay on a line from Wallace Stevens
a story by Lucy Corin
Chris Campanioni: The Now-Time Notebooks, vol. 1

Poems by:

Cal Bedient
Danielle Chapman
Andrea Cohen
Kwame Dawes
Tishani Doshi
Forrest Gander
Amy Gerstler
Linda Gregerson
Terrance Hayes
Brenda Hillman
Devin Johnston
Hailey Leithauser
Amit Majmudar
Randall Mann
Ange Mlinko
Jesse Nathan
Stamatis Polenakis
(translated from the Greek by A.E. Stallings)
Kay Ryan
Natalie Shapero
Tom Thompson
Christian Wiman


Susan Unterberg's Close Ties

on mothers and their sons

Alan Thomas looks at Bolinas



Atsuro Riley is the author of the poetry collections Heard-Hoard (University of Chicago Press, 2021) and Romey's Order (University of Chicago Press, 2010). In 2023 Riley was named a Guggenheim Foundation Fellow and winner of the Arts and Letters Award in Literature from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Heard-Hoard was the winner of the Alice Fay di Castagnola Award from the Poetry Society of America and a finalist for the PEN/Voelcker Poetry Award; it was named to "Best Book of The Year" lists by The Boston Globe and Bookworm. Romey's Order received the Whiting Award, the Kate Tufts Discovery Award, The Believer Poetry Award, and the Witter Bynner Award from the Library of Congress. Brought up in the South Carolina lowcountry, Atsuro Riley lives in San Francisco.