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(PN Review 239) Letters And So It Goes
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In Praise of the Fat Black Woman & Volume
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(PN Review 244) A Lyric Voice at Bay
(PN Review 121) On Judging Prizes, & Reading More than Six Really Good Books
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For 48 years, PN Review has helped to draw a dissenting map of modern literature, and poetry in particular, discovering new territories and offering correction to the fashionable charts of the day. The international and modernist emphasis of the journal means that it remains alive, provocative, in dialogue with other literatures, with the past and the future.
The complete archive of PN Review, from its first issue as Poetry Nation published in 1973, is available here. It contains 260 issues comprising over 10,500 pieces from 2,178 different contributors. Issues are shown according to the year of publication, which can be selected from the drop down list. Clicking on a cover image will take you to the table of contents for the chosen issue.