The Limberlost Review
A Literary Journal of the Mountain West
Edited by Rick & Rosemary Ardinger
New Limberlost Review 2022 features nearly 400 pages of interview, poetry, stories, essays, re-readings, and artwork
Limberlost Press of Boise, Idaho, has released the 2022 edition of The Limberlost Review: A Literary Journal of the Mountain West, edited by Rick and Rosemary Ardinger. The 390-page literary annual features interviews, poetry, fiction, essays, artwork, and “re-readings” of favorite books by some of the best in the West and beyond.
The Limberlost Review began as an occasional literary magazine in the 1970s and 1980s that took a long hiatus while the editors devoted years to publishing individual volumes of poetry (mostly letterpress-printed editions) for several decades. In 2019, The Limberlost Review: A Literary Journal of the Mountain West was revived as a 300-page annual anthology.
“This is our fourth major edition since 2019, and it gets better each time,” says Edito/Publisher Rick Ardinger, former Director of the Idaho Humanities Council. “Work by contributors in every edition so far have been nominated for the Pushcart Prize, and we anticipate more nominations in the future. This is a literary journal for readers, not just writers, and the stunning artwork makes it all the more readable.”
The Limberlost Review (2022 Edition) retails for $19.95 (plus $4 Media Mail shipping; Idaho residents add 6% sales tax) through the Limberlost Press website (www.Limberlostpress.com), through eBay, through BarnesandNoble.com, and locally from Boise’s Rediscovered Books, Moscow’s BookPeople, Pocatello’s Walrus & Carpenter’s Books, Hailey’s Iconoclast Books, Bonner Books in Bonners Ferry, and other local bookstores.
The LR 2022 edition features:
An interview with Judith Freeman, whose fifth novel, MacArthur Park appeared this past spring from Pantheon.
Stories by Sherman Alexie, Kent Anderson, Bob Bushnell, Gary Gildner, Jim Dodge, and Clay Morgan;
Poetry by Keats Conley, Shaun T. Griffin, Greg Keeler, David Lee, O. Alan Weltzien, Julie Walls, Robert Behunin, Diane Raptosh, Sandra Dorr, William Johnson, Jerry Martien, Nancy Takacs, Gino Sky, Charlotte Mears, Ken Rodgers, Jim Dodge, Jay Parini, Jim Heynen, Gary Holthaus, and Ed Sanders;
Essays and Nonfiction by Maureen McCoy, Jay Parini, Kelli Parker, Ron McFarland, Annie Lampman, Alex Kuo, Laura Godfrey, and Hank Nuwer;
Re-Readings by Howard Levy, Alan Minskoff, Dan Popkey, Geof Hewitt, Paul Beebe, Bill Woodall, Vince Hannity, Grove Koger, O. Alan Weltzien, Barbara Olic-Hamilton, Ted Dyer, Shaun Griffin, Baron Wormser, and Tom Rea;
And artwork by Dennis DeFoggi, Rod Burks, Katherine Grey, Greg Keeler, Betsie Richardson, JanyRae Seda, Rachel Teannalach, Karen Woods, Michael Woods, and Janet Wormser.