We are happy to announce the release of the latest issue of The Nevada Review, a journal dedicated to the history, literature, and people of the State of Nevada. This issue has several firsts in it, including our first peer-reviewed scholarly article, our first piece of poetry, and our first short interview. Of course, as you can see from the list of contents below, this issue offers up our usual listing of policy analysis, creative nonfiction, fiction, and book reviews.
We believe that each issue of The Nevada Review gets better and better, and this issue continues in that tradition. The content of each issue has been from some of the top writers from the state, but our ability to edit it and present it has gotten better. We believe that you will agree.
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Spring 2011, Volume 3, Number 1
- Poem: “Anthem for a Burnished Land,” by Shaun T. Griffin
- “Will History Repeat Itself? Nevada’s Economy After the Crash,” by Elliott Parker
- “What Nevada Leaders Say About the Leadership Process,” by Rich Whitney
- “Beyond the Gate P.O.S.T.,” by Jim Andersen
- “Twain the Ailurophile,” by Dennis Myers
- Fiction: “The Silence of a Death,” by Katerina Prudchenko
- Fiction: “Brothers in Arms,” by Matt Gallagher
- Fiction: “The Road to Soldier Meadow,” by Gabriel Urza
- Interview with Claire Vaye Watkins
- Mountain City, by Gregory Martin
- The Making of Modern Nevada, by Hal Rothman
- Tahoe Heat, by Todd Borg
- Nevada in the West: A Magazine of Popular History, by Eric N. Moody, ed.
- Mysteries and Legends of Nevada: True Stories of the Unsolved and Unexplained, by Richard Moreno
- Nevada Curiosities: Quirky Characters, Roadside Oddities, and Other Offbeat Stuff, by Richard Moreno
- Tomorrow We Die, by Shawn Grady
- Through the Fire, by Shawn Grady
- Synaptic Traffic: Intersections of Prose/Poetry, by Ben Arnold
- Greetings from Below, by David Philip Mullins
- Play Their Hearts Out: A Coach, His Star Recruit, And the Youth Basketball Machine, by George Dohrmann
- New & Noteworthy: Works on Rural Nevada