In issue V of The Blackstone Review, collages from Bill Wolak, poetry from Judith Cody, Rosemarie Dombrowski, James Croal Jackson, and Trisha Rezende, and W.H. Holmes revisits surveillance in the Right to Publicity
In issue IV of The Blackstone Review, essays from Benjamin Goluboff and Eric Wilson explore race and society and the challenges of opposing precarity, respectively, poetry from Lana Bella and William Doreski, and a personal essay from S.R.
In issue III of The Blackstone Review, poetry from Colin Dodds and Cameron Morse is featured along with essays by Laurie Stone and Eric Wilson as well as flash nonfiction from Millie Tullis and fiction from S.R.
Issue II of The Blackstone Review, Hilary Ashton Strang reviews Kim Stanley Robinson’s Aurora, poetry from Mark Magoon and t.j. peters, S.R. assesses Kobe Bryant’s legacy, Bill Hutchison argues for the right to publicity, and W.H. Holmes returns with POSTURE