American Book Review - Select Past Issues

Select Past Issues

Every issue of American Book Review includes a Focus topic edited by an invited guest editor. Some past issues have included the following focii:

Uncreative Writing (32.4)

The Latino West (32.3)

Environmental Humanities (32.1)

Cognitive Fictions (31.6)

Top 40 Bad Books (31.2)

Innovative Fiction by International Women (30.6)

Fiction's Future (30.5)

Posthumanism (30.2)

The Affective Turn (29.6)

Women of Color in Publishing (29.4)

100 Best Last Lines from Novels (29.2)

Dangerous Books (29.1)

Romanian Poetry in Translation (28.5)

100 Best First Lines from Novels (27.2)

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