SUBMITTED BY THE NEVADA REVIEW
The editors of The Nevada Review have announced that the latest issue is now available. Volume 4, Number 1 (Spring 2012), is the sixth volume to be published since the journal started in October of 2009, and represents a continuation of its mission of providing a space for new and known Nevada voices. You can take a look at more information here, and find it in stores soon.
This issue, like the five previous, is complete with fiction, nonfiction, reviews and an interview, all set in or about the state of Nevada. Items in this issue come from all over the state, examine how Nevada is represented beyond its borders, the state’s policy history and more. Also like the previous five issues, they believe that you will find this to be a significant contribution to the landscape of Nevada literature.
- Excerpt from A History of the Tonopah Area and Adjacent Region of Central Nevada, 1827-1941, by Lucile Rae Berg, edited by Robert D. McCraken
- “Battleship Nevada: A Remarkable Ship of Firsts,” by Wayne Scarpaci
- “An Institutional History of the Nevada State Board of Education,” by Joe McCoy
- “The Season,” by H. Lee Barnes
- “My Dad and the Ox-Bow Man,” by Kevin Fagan
- “Billy Button Starnose,” by Lawrence Fagan
- “A Field Guide to the Trout Stream of Your Heart,” by Chad Hanson
- Poems: “Quinn River New Year: Warm After the Blizzard” & “Cairn/Women Sculpted of Stone,” by Carolyn Dufurrena
- Fiction: Excerpt from “The Flamer,” by Ben Rogers
- Interview: Joni Eastley, Nye County Board of Commissioners
- When We Walked Above the Clouds: A Memoir of Vietnam by H. Lee. Barnes
- A Century of Enthusiasm: Midas, Nevada: 1907-2007 by Dana R. Bennett
- Jesse’s Ghost: A Novel by Frank Bergon
- Tahoe Hijack by Todd Borg
- Hassie Calhoun: A Las Vegas Novel of Innocence by Pamela Cory
- Crit by Andrew Kiraly
- Neon Nevada by Peter Laufer and Sheila Swan Laufer
- Looking Up From the Bottom Reno by KNPB
- Stewards of the Rangeland Reno by KNPB
- A Short History of Carson City by Richard Moreno
The Nevada Review is a journal dedicated to Nevada: it aims to enhance understanding of the state as a geographical, social and political unit and a microcosm of the West in the broader historical and political development of the United States. Recognizing the distinctive geological, environmental, social and ethnographic characteristics of Nevada, the Review seeks contributions that examine these features and investigate how they have contributed to the shape of its political institutions, demographic profile and cultural mores. To this end, the Review encompasses studies from a broad range of disciplines and perspectives, including, but not limited to, history, political science, economics and literary criticism and also accepts literary contributions of short fiction that concern Nevada, its people and their way of life.