Volume 43

Number 1 (Winter 2013)
· Angus Fletcher and Mike Beveniste, "A Scientific Justification For Literature: Jane Austen's Free Indirect Style as Ethical
Tool"
· Patrick C. Fleming, "'The Delight of Our Earlier Days': Character, Narrative, and The Village School"
· Peter Sinclair, "Drama and Narrative in Hannah Arednt's Eichmann in Jerusalem"
· Nasser Mufti, "Reading the Interregnum: Anachronisms in Gordimer's July People'"
· Chielozona Eze, "'Death, Here I Am': Violence and Redemption in Zakes Mda's Ways of Dying"

Number 2
(Summer 2013)
· Ben Stoltzfus, "Magritte's Dialectical Affinities: Hegel, Sade, and Goethe"
· Annjeanette Wiese, "Narrative Palimpsest: The Representation of Identity in Agota Kristof's The Notebook, The Proof, and The Third Lie"
· Jennifer Rickel, "Speaking of Human Rights: Narrative Voice and the Paradox of The Unspeakable in J.M. Coetzee's Foe and Disgrace"
· Ruth Meyer, "Machinic Fu Manchu: Popular Seriality and the Logic of Spread"
· Kelly A. Marsh, "Empathy, Authority, and the Narrative Ethics of Truman Capote's 'La Côte Basque, 1965''"

Number 3 (Fall 2013)
Special Issue: "Muriel Rukeyser" edited by Elisabeth Däumer
· Elisabeth Däumer, "Introduction: Muriel Rukeyser's Presumptions"
· Eric Keenaghan, "Biocracy: Reading Poetic Politics Through The Traces of Muriel Rukeyser's Life-
Writing "
· Catherine Gander, "Facing the Fact: Word and Image in Muriel Rukeyser's 'Worlds Alongside'"
· Craig Morehead. "Negative Entropy and the Energy of Utopian Potential in Muriel Rukeyser's The Book of the Dead"
· Stephanie Stricklan, "'Another Form of Life'" Muriel Rukeyser, Willard Gibbs, and Analogy"
· Stefana Heim , "'Whose Fires Would Not Stop': Muriel Rukeyser and the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1976"
· Rowena Kennedy-Epstein, "'Whose Fires Would Not Stop': Muriel Rukeyser and the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1976"
· Alicia Ostriker, "The Runner"