SPRING/SUMMER 2014

Television might soothe you, but New Delta Review can save you.

FICTION

Liam Baranauskas, The Glow
Joe Sacksteder, Various Boners—Cover the Earth, Drive One, and Every Kiss Begins with Kay
Stephany Daniel, Distillation of a Lecture Given by Dr. William Gunther, Esteemed Professor of Applied Physics
Jade Hidle, Nước

POETRY

Daniel Eduardo Ruiz, I Took a Hammer to My Tomb
Lindsay Ahl, In the Land of the Dragon
Mark Smith, The Giant Lutheran
J. Jerome Cruz, Poem Beginning with a Line Stolen from James Tate and Saudades
Maggie Millner, After Work
Aaron Apps, Queer Fat
Gerard Sarnat, Brain Noise
Christopher Cokinos, The Blood of the World
Anne Delatte, solstice
Brian W Hedgepeth, We Had Figured It All Out:
Nancy Takacs, Spine
Brad Johnson, Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang
Sue Owen, Water Everywhere

NONFICTION

Dustin Parsons, The Graduates of Fly-Fishing School, Sarasota, Florida, Class of July 13, 2013
Chelsey Clammer, On Three
Henry W. Leung, Chasing the Brush
Naomi Lore, Red Univega

ART/NEW MEDIA

Lydia Conklin, A Screenplay About Guinea Pigs

INTERVIEWS

Anthony Ramstetter, Jr. interviews Catherine Wagner

COVER IMAGES

Kayla Escobedo, Kayla’s Day In

CONTRIBUTORS

2014 MATT CLARK EDITORS’ CHOICE PRIZES IN FICTION AND POETRY