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Tampa Review 59/60
Poet W. B. Yeats wrote in “Easter, 1916” as witness to a world “All changed, changed utterly.” The writers in Tampa Review 59/60 continue to witness and express the current disruption and destruction loosed upon our planet and ourselves, “changed utterly.” The issue opens with a story of targeted, intentional violence in “The Mark” by Danahy Fiction Prize-winner Caitlin O’Neil. The forces of destruction gather strength and complexity in two essays by J. Malcolm Garcia, one examining the aftermath of murder, and the other the multi-generational consequences of Agent Orange in warfare. These pieces resonate with a rich selection of poetry, stories, and visual art in the issue and culminate in a profound struggle with environmental damage in “Love in the Time of Climate Change,” by Caroline Woodwell, winner of an AWP Intro Journals Award for Creative Nonfiction, which closes the volume.