"Field Survey"

Field Survey His name was Michael and he was looking up at something outside of the frame of the picture and his grinning white teeth were visible through the darkness of his beard. She scrolled down. Body type: Athletic. Pets: Dog. Occupation: Field of Education. Political leanings: I’ll tell you once I know you. Well, that wasn’t very helpful. She opened the messenger function, clicked on the text box and watched the cursor blink on and off under the message he had sent: Hey, you seem like a nice person. It’s hard to find good people nowadays. Meet up to see if you feel the same? This seemed very quick. She had read that you were supposed to have four distinct exchanges before planning to

Three Works by Yi Xiao Chen

The following works were featured in The Southeast Review Vol. 35.1 About the Artist: Yi Xiao Chen is a self taught illustrator and ceramist living and working in Perth, Western Australia. By day she is a medical doctor in a busy tertiary hospital, but art has always been her most effective mode of communication. Her art practice has developed from a drawing obsession from her early teenage years, and is ever evolving and changing in a way that is somewhat beyond her control. About the Art: My current collection of work is made solely on an iPad app. The decision to make digital art is not a conscious one. Digital art allows more control and flexibility than typical traditional mediums, and

"An Interview with De'Shawn Charles Winslow"

Photo Credit: Julie R. Keresztes A 2017 graduate of Iowa Writers’ Workshop, De’Shawn Charles Winslow holds a BFA in creative writing and an MA in English literature from Brooklyn College. He has received scholarships from the Napa Valley Writers’ Conference and the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, and he was recently featured in an article titled “Black Male Writers For Our Time” in T Magazine’s December 2018 issue, alongside distinguished names like Kevin Young, Jamel Brinkley, Danez Smith, and many others. He lives in New York City. Set in rural North Carolina, De’Shawn Charles Winslow’s debut novel, In West Mills, seamlessly carries dual narratives over nearly half a century. Characters ag

Seven Works

The seven following works were featured in The Southeast Review Vol. 37.1 About the Artist: Tamara Dean is an Australian photographic artist whose practice explores the relationship between humans and the natural world. Dean was a selected artist for the 2018 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art, creating her experiential installation Stream of Consciousness, and In Our Nature photographic series. Dean has received numerous awards including First Prize—2013 New York Photo Awards—Fine Art series category; Winner—2011 Olive Cotton Award; Winner—2009 Sydney Life: Art & About. Solo shows include In Our Nature, 2018—Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art; Instinctual, 2017; About Face, 2016; Here-and