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Welcome to the Gettysburg Review Online!

The Summer 2014 issue is now available at our shop, so grab a copy there or at a quality independent bookseller in your home town. In the Summer edition, you will find the usual assortment of delights, but highlights include “A Ring of Bells,” Catherine Jagoe’s remembrance of the time during her childhood that she spent learning the discipline of bellringing at St. Mary’s Church in Ellesmere; “Lame Duck,” Katherine Heiny’s somewhat out-of-season comedy about a Thanksgiving dinner gone wrong; as well as poems by Sherod Santos, Rebecca Lehmann, and Linda Pastan. Enjoy!


James Magruder’s New Short-Story Collection

Congratulations to James Magruder, whose collection of short stories, Let Me See It, has just been published by TriQuarterly Books/Northwestern University Press. The collection contains “You’ve Really Learned How,” which was first published in the Summer 2004 issue of the Gettysburg Review.

Eleanor Stanford Featured on Poetry Daily

Eleanor Stanford’s poem “Ezra Becoming Kosher,” which was first published in the Summer 2014 issue of the Gettysburg Review, was recently featured on Poetry Daily.