Matador Review

A Quarterly Missive of Alternative Concern

INTERVIEWS
James Hamblin, MD
Joyce Carol Oates
Don Share
Jesse Andrews

POETRY
Jonaki Ray
Devon Miller-Duggan
Kenneth Pobo
Sofiul Azam
Dalton Day
E. Hughes
Whitney Mackman
Kailee Marie Pedersen
R. A. Allen

FLASH FICTION
Alex Simand
Nicholas A. Renteria
Jill Kiesow
Glenn Shaheen

FICTION
Andrew S. Campbell
Eric Rampson

NON-FICTION
Maryah Converse
T.A. Norman
DT Clifton

VISUAL ART
Elżbieta Łabowska
Joseph O'Boyle
Shaima Sobhy
Gray Lyons
Gorden Kegya
Angelo Arnold
Steven Chmilar
Brea Weinreb
Isobel Cortese
Pavel Romaniko
Dragana Grujicic
Brian Cirmo




Called "the writer of our time" by the New York TimesGeorge Saunders is an award-winning American writer of short stories, essays, novellas, and children's books. He teaches in the MFA program at Syracuse University, and frequently writes for GQ and The New Yorker. His most recent novel, Lincoln in the Bardowas released in February of 2017.


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Pavel Romaniko
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Pavel Romaniko was born in 1980 in Pereslavl-Zalessky, a small town outside of Moscow, Russia, and came to the United States at the age of seventeen. Recent solo exhibitions include Harriman Institute, Columbia University, New York, Nostalgia at Art Center, and more. His work has been featured as part of Museum of Contemporary Photography Midwest Photographers project. Romaniko is currently on faculty at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, MA.