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Received September 12, 2011
The American Poetry Review Volume 40 Number 5, September/October 2011
Featuring Alex Dimitrov’s “Darling,” the winner of the 2011 Stanley Kunitz Memorial Prize for Younger Poets. This issue also features Robert Bly, Ira Sadoff, Kim Addonizio, Carol Ann Davis, plus Dean Young, Jeffrey Skinner, A Special Feature on 12 Chicano/Latina Poets, Jennifer Grotz, Susan Stewart, Michael Broek, Joel Brouwer, Tony Hoagland, James Cihlar, Alexander Long, and more.
Basalt Volume 6 Number 1, 2011
Reminiscent of Chinese “scholars’ rocks,” check out the stunning photography portfolio of the inland Northwest by Terry Toedtemeier, who called his lifelong admiration of the craggy and textured geology of the Basin and Range “a thousand places I love.” Elegy for Toedtemeier by James Lavadour. New translations of Nobel laureate Harry Martinson’s prose, poetry translations of Rosa Alice Branco and Giacomo Leopardi. Featured poems by Carl Adamshick, Sid Miller, Jon Davis, Christopher Buckley, Simon Perchick, Henry Hughes, Ingrid Wendt, and others. 2010 Bunchgrass Poetry Prize winner Stacey Heiney’s “The Breaking Around Us Is Huge” headlines the issue.
Bayou Magazine Issue 55, 2011
Issue 55 features JoeAnn Hart, winner of the 2010 James Knudsen Fiction prize, and new work from John M. Anderson, Kevin Breen, Hans Burger, Jesse Patrick Ferguson, Dana Kroos, Aidan Lee, Michael Vincent Manalo, Danny Rendleman, Liz Robbins, Don Russ, Matt Schumacher, David Scronce, Kelley Shinn, Phebe Szatmari.
Cimarron Review Issues 175-76, Spring/Summer 2011
This double issue, in addition to featuring our new design and a special nonfiction section on work, includes all the Cimarron's usual provocative poetry, fiction and nonfiction by new and established writers, including Angela Narciso Torres, Daniel Tobin, Dan Pinkerton, and Jonathan Bohr Heinen. This issue also marks our first under the direction of our new editor in chief, Toni Graham.
Prairie Schooner Volume 85 Number 3, Fall 2011
This issue (85.3, Fall 2011) marks the first under the direction of Prairie Schooner’s new Editor-in-Chief, Kwame Dawes! Featured in its pages is lively poetry by Desirée Alvarez, Alice Friman, Maria Mazziotti Gillan, Linda Pastan, Floyd Skloot, David Wagoner, and many others. Nancy McCabe’s poignant essay “Threads” examines the triumphs and struggles of child adoption, and an essay by Bethany Maile considers her love-hate relationship with guns. You don’t want to miss all of the surprises in Nancy Zafris’s story about a hotel staff worker. Plus, several reviews follow, including one of Vivian Shipley’s new book.
Also Received September 12, 2011
American Short Fiction Volume 14 Issue 52, Summer 2011
Asian American Literary Review Volume 2 Issue 1.5, Fall 2011
Flyway Volume 13 Number 2, 2011
Foliate Oak September 2011
Lines + Stars Volume 4 Issue 3, Fall 2011
Naugatuck River Review Issue 6, Summer 2011
Permafrost Volume 33, 2011
Potomac Review Issue 50, Fall 2011
Spittoon Issue 1, 2011
Received September 6, 2011
Anderbo September 4, 2011
Read "Leaving Again" – an Anderbo.com "fact" by Melissa Cistaro. Also, the Poetry Foundation + the Library of American Present Seven Poems by Samuel Menashe (1925-2011). Plus new fiction from Rick Rofihe.
The Gettysburg Review Volume 24 Number 3, Autumn 2011
In the new autumn issue, you will find much bounty to sustain you through the harvest season…or at least until you pack the kids off to school. Highlights include Cynthia Dockrell’s “Power Play,” a reminiscence about a Christmas she spent watching her father officiate a hockey match; Ian McKenzie’s “The Late Interiors,” a story about a rudderless novitiate to the art world who resorts to larceny to make ends meet; as well as a cornucopia of poems by the likes of Linda Pastan, Amy Newman, and Michael Heffernan.
Quarterly Review Volume 50 Number 3,
A special issue devoted to the Great Lakes. Essays by Jerry Dennis, Anna Vodicka, Keith Taylor, John Knott, Alison Swan, Tiya Miles, Julia Gibson; Poetry by Albert Goldbarth, Margaret Noori, Holly Wren Spaulding, Ruth Joynton, M. Bartley Seigel, Terry Blackhawk, John Repp; Fiction by Steve Amick and Devin Murphy; Color portfolio: full-color photos of the Great Lakes basin selected from the exhibition "The Primacy of Water" curated by the River Gallery of Chelsea, Michigan.
Also Received September 6, 2011
The Antigonish Review Number 166, Summer 2011
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Off the Coast Volume 17 Number 3, Summer 2011
Post Road Number 21, 2011
Prime Mincer Volume 1 Number 2, Summer 2011
Slipstream Number 31, 2011
Western American Literature Volume 46 Number 2, Summer 2011
ZYZZYVA Volume 27 Number 2, Fall 2011
Received August 29, 2011
New England Review Volume 32 Number 2, 2011
Fiction: Leslie Bazzett, Joel Fishbane, Scott Landers, Kate Petersen, Charles Lamar Phillips, Greg Pierce, Hoyt Rogers. Poetry: Aaron Baker, David Baker, Henrietta Goodman, Natalie Graham, Amy Glynn Greacen, James Allen Hall, William Logan, Cleopatra Mathis, Rose McLarney, Tomás Q. Morín, Patrick Phillips, Austin Segrest, Greg Wrenn. Nonfiction: Kathryn Kramer, Sydney Lea, Harriet Martineau, Hilda Werschkul, Nancy Zafris. Translations: Semyon Akimovich An-sky (trans. Michael R. Katz), Leconte de Lisle (trans. John Kinsella), Joachim Ringelnatz (trans. Catherine Riccio).
New Madrid Volume 6 Number 2, Summer 2011
This issue features cover art by Rosa Angélica Gómez; poetry by Aleksey Porvin (translated by Peter Golub), Grace Bauer, Corinna McClanahan Schroeder, Adrian C. Louis, Lee Upton, Eleanor Paynter, Susan Rich, and more; fiction by Michael Gills, Josh Gerald Wheeler, Kristin Lieberman, George Hovis, and Emily Howorth; a memoir by Dean Kostos; and essays by Gro Glatebo, Elena Passarello; plus new book reviews.
Poetry Volume 198 Number 3, September 2011
Poems by Mary Ruefle, Kevin Young, Sharon Olds, Peter Gizzi, Reginald Dwayne Betts, Scott Cairns, Robert Wrigley, Robin Robertson, Brenda Shaughnessy, and Dan Howell; a special portfolio on Anthony Hecht, with introduction by David Yezzi; Fanny Howe meditates on the life of a poet; Peter Campion on Robert Duncan’s The H.D. Book; Beverley Bie Brahic reviews Ashley Anna McHugh, Katherine Larson, and Kathleen Graber.
Tin House Volume 13 Number 1, Fall 2011
Tom Cruise jumping on Oprah’s couch. Archimedes running through the streets of Syracuse shouting ‘Eureka’ in his birthday suit. Moments like these are the result of an emotional experience so intense it borders on madness: ecstasy. This fall, Tin House embraces the challenge of putting ecstasy into words, and from the spiritual to the chemical, no stone of transcendence goes unturned. Fiction from Nikolai Grozni, Kelly Link, and Jamie Quatro. Essays about a kung fu master, a temporal lobe epileptic, and a drugged out seeker. Plus, poetry from François Villon, Matthew Zapruder, and Meghan O’Rourke.
Also received August 29, 2011
Black Magnolias Volume 4 Number 2, Summer 2010
Grain Magazine Volume 38 Number 4, Summer 2011
Moonshot Number 2, Summer 2011
One Story Number 153, August 2011
Oxford American Number 74, 2011
Structo Issue 6, Summer/Autumn 2011
Received August 22, 2011
Beloit Poetry Journal
Volume 62 Number 1, Fall 2011
The BPJ’s Fall 2011 issue is devoted to a single extraordinary poem, Michael Broek’s “The Logic of Yoo,” which probes the moral logic of George W. Bush's legal counsel during the Iraq War from the perspective of a graduate student who supplements his income by writing academic papers for hire.
CALYX: A Journal of Art and Literature by Women
Volume 26 Number 3, Summer 2011
A forum for women’s creative work—including work by women of color, lesbian and bisexual women, young women, old women—CALYX Journal breaks new ground. Each issue is packed with new poetry, short stories, artwork, photography, essays, and reviews. This issue features prose by Katherine Malmo, new book reviews, and cover art by Amy Guidry.
Volume 38 Number 2, Summer 2011
Summer has always been for me the most reflective of seasons—a period of downtime, a quiet and sometimes purposefully lazy stretch that allows us to consider (and reconsider) what looms so large the rest of the year and to imagine, perhaps, letting go of attachments that are no longer serving us and figuring out how to move forward. In keeping with that sense of the season, this issue features stories and essays that explore memory and forgiveness, letting go and moving forward. With work by Barry Pearce, Joe Hiland, Andre D. Cohen, James O’Brien, Caroline Arden, and more.
The Georgia Review
Volume 65 Number 2, Summer 2011
A special feature on Pulitzer Prize–winning poet Stephen Dunn offers five poems, a self-conducted “intraview,” an interview by Laura McCullough, and assessments by McCullough, Kathleen Graber, and George Looney. Two fiction writers are new to the magazine’s pages: Jacob Sullins, whose “12 Rounds” performs a nuanced turn on an American standard, the “cop story”; and Karen Laws, whose “Paolo’s Turn” shatters any and all clichés associated with the “nursing home story.” “Wagnerism: A Telephone from the Beyond,” is a sweeping, intriguing, and humorously illustrated examination of cultural history by Jed Rasula—while cultural history of a very different sort is foregrounded in the art of the Date Farmers. Poets are Alice Friman, Lola Haskins, Robert Cording, Sarah Gordon, Dave Smith, Sydney Lea, and Billy Collins.
Glimmer Train Stories
Issue 80, Fall 2011
Marking 20 years of publication, this issue features stories by Geoff Wyss, Jenny Zhang, Daniel Torday, Evan Kuhlman, Nona Caspers, Olufunke Grace Bankole (winner of the Short Story Award for New Writers for “26 Bones”), Daniel Wallace, and Ken Barris. There is also an interview with Debra Monroe (author of “On the Outskirts of Normal”) and an article on Turkish publisher Ragip Zarakolu.
Volume 37 Numbers 2 & 3, Fall 2011
Special 40th anniversary issue edited by Ploughshares co-founder DeWitt Henry features new work from former guest editors like Alice Hoffman, Sue Miller, and Maxine Kumin; an interview with Richard Yates from the archives; and poems and stories from emerging writers like James Scott and Laura van den Berg, introduced by prominent authors.
World Literature Today
Volume 85 Number 5, September-October 2011
Poetry Untethered, the marquee section in WLT's September 2011 issue, features essays and poems by nine poets from the English-speaking world—including Jane Hirshfield, Ilya Kaminsky, and Maya Khosla—plus a compelling interview with Dana Gioia. Also, don’t miss new fiction by Ken N. Kamoche, Alexander Maksik on the romance and reality of Paris, a tribute to filmmaker Blake Edwards, and WLT’s usual abundance of book and author features.
Also received August 22, 2011
A Cappella Zoo Issue 7, Fall 2011
Anobium Volume 1, Summer 2011
Arc Poetry Magazine 66, Summer 2011
Confrontation Number 109, Spring 2011
Grasslimb Volume 8 Number 2, 2010
The Journal Volume 35 Number 1, Spring/Summer 2011
Mythium Number 3, 2010/2011
The New Quarterly 119, Summer 2011
Puerto Del Sol Volume 46 Numbers 1 & 2, Summer 2011
The Raintown Review Volume 9 Issue 2, January 2011
Sycamore Review Volume 23 Issue 2, Summer/Fall 2011
Voices de la Luna Volume 3 Number 4, July 2011
Received September 12, 2011
Against The Current Number 154, September 2011
The American Scholar Volume 80 Number 4, August 2011
Communities Number 152, Fall 2011
GreenMoney Journal Volume 20 Issue 1, Fall 2011
Sing Out! Volume 54 Number 3, Summer 2011
Writers Ask Issue 53, Fall 2011
Received September 6, 2011
Conscience Volume 32 Number 2, 2011
Labor Notes Number 390, September 2011
Received August 29, 2011
ARC Magazine Issue 3, July 2011
Sierra Magazine Volume 96 Number 5, September/October 2011
Socialism & Democracy Volume 25 Number 2, July 2011
Whispering Wind Magazine Number 276, 2011
Received August 22, 2011
American Book Review Volume 32 Number 4, May/June 2011
In These Times September 2011
The Korean Quarterly Volume 14 Number 4, Summer 2011
Received August 16, 2011
Corporate Responsibility Magazine May/June 2011
Labor Notes Number 389, August 2011
Provincetown Arts Volume 26, 2011-12
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