The latest issue of Yellow Medicine Review is a generous 352 pages in length and includes the work of more than 50 contributing writers and scholars. Guest edited by Andrei Guruianu, this issue spotlights Eastern European writers and serves as a 20-year retrospective on the fall of communism. It also manages to do what YMR has always done well in that it serves once again as a platform for indigenous voices around the world to join the network of ongoing conversations about--as Guruianu correctly identified in his editorial note--"borders and divisions, economic and political struggles, fractured identities and an uncertain future."
Cover Artist: Valery Oisteanu with "Marcel Duchamp Upside-Down", a Po-Collage Visorialist Manifesto
Works by : Andrei Codrescu, Valery Oisteanu, Sharon Kae Reamer, Petre Goodwin, William Doreski, Carmen Francesca Banciu, Eugenius Alisanka, Richard Spuler, Andrew Periale, Audrey Lavin, Alison Roth Park, Daniela Petrova, Irina Mashinsky, Richard Millazo, Alexander Makarov-Krotkov,Petre Stoica, Claudia Serea, Katie Budris, Andrei Gritsman, Joseph Brian Borja, Gene Tanta, Susan Deer Cloud, Adrian Ionita, Dike Oroko, Kirk Barrett...
Yellow Medicine Review: A Journal of Indigenous Literature, Art, and Thought opens a new pathway for scholarly and creative expression. New paths lead to new places, into the territory where emerging voices and visions are beginning to take their places among already established indigenous writers, artists and scholars.