“Moon City Review will certainly be worth keeping an eye on.”
—Sima Rabinowitz, in NewPages
The 2010 volume of Moon City Review takes “speculative futures” as its special theme, emphasizing utopian, diastopic, sci-fi and fantasy literature and criticism. In addition, MCR 2010 includes original poetry by Jim Daniels, Jeannine Hall Gailey, and Alysse Hotz; fiction by Juned Subhan, Nancy Gold, Ted Chiles, and Pete Duval; criticism by Landis Duffett; and creative nonfiction by Julie Platt. The “Archival Treasures” section continues its exploration of Ozarks-born artist and creator of the Kewpie, Rose O’Neill. New to this volume is a translations section, which includes Hernan Mugoya’s short story, “El Fantasma,” translated by Nikki Settlemeyer; and poetry by Per Aage Brandt, translated by Thomas Satterlee.