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  • Court Green - Volume 12, 2015
    • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 12, 2015
    In honor of the final issue of Court Green, this issue includes poems by past and present editors: CM Burroughs, Lisa Fishman, Arielle Greenberg, Tony Trigilio, and David Trinidad. Also included are new poems by Micheal Broder, Ching-In-Chen, Jeffery Conway, Kate Greenstreet, George Kalamaras, Jill Magi, Diane Suess, G.C. Waldrep, Joshua Marie Wilkinson, and more.
  • East Coast Ink - Issue 6, Spring 2015
    • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 6, Spring 2015
    Issue 006 is here! The theme is ROOTS: We are rooted in many things, from our beliefs to our dreams and, hopefully, our goals. What is your past rooted in? Where did you come from, what made you? What continues to give you life far beneath the surface?  The issue includes works from fine artists at the professional and student level, a plethora of published authors, and much more.
  • EXPERIMEMENTOS - Issue 2, Spring 2015
    • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 2, Spring 2015
    The second issue compiles the works of over 35 writers, led by its featured writer: Lorna Wood. Experimental as ever, it consists of poetry and short fiction that is complex, maturing, confusing, funny, depressing, and infuriating.
  • Farrago’s Wainscot - Issue 14, April 2015
    Issue 14 of Farrago's Wainscot, an online journal of fiction and poetry in the literary weird mode, has been released, featuring fiction by Paul Jessup, Romie Stott, Willow Fagan, and Bonnie Jo Stufflebeamas well as poetry by Bruce Bond, Robert Lunday, Joelle Jameson, and Brian Glaser.
  • Hunger Mountain - Number 19, Spring 2015
    • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 19, Spring 2015
    With spectacular (and controversial) cover art, the BODY issue is a collage of poetry, prose, and children’s lit that address the body’s myriad forms, functions, flaws, roles in culture, memory, and understanding of SELF. Featuring tattoos by one of NYC’s finest tattoo artists, and the winners of our four contests.
  • Image - Number 84, Spring 2015
    • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 84, Spring 2015
  • Iron Horse Literary Review - Volume 17 Number 2, NaPoMo 2015
  • Julep - Issue 3, Winter 2015
    • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 3, Winter 2015
    An issue exploring Southern isolation via experimentation. Featuring a piercing essays on vaping culture and pessimism, a fictional time-warping confession from a tormented brother, poetry by Daniel Pujol, an interlocked sequence of sonnets by Matthew Truslow, thoughts from a roaming Jessica Kennedy. Art by Robert Scobey.
  • The Maine Review - Volume 1 Issue 3, Winter 2015
    • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 1 Issue 3, Winter 2015
    The Winter issue of the Maine Review features writing by contest winners Judith Green and Erica Bartlett, and poetry by Susanna Brougham, Leigh Donaldson, and several other gifted poets.  An essay by Mara Buck and a short story by Tina Wagner-Mattern head the list of finely crafted prose.
  • matchbook - April 14 2015
    • Volume/Number/Issue/Date April 14, 2015 online
    Scott Silsbe has a story called “Hanky Panky” after the Tommy James hit. Also, our ad stories are in their second week in Google's ad network. We're racking up the impressions (and clicks). People are finding these tiny stories!
  • Peeking Cat Poetry - Issue 5
    This issue features poetry and flash fiction from 20 writers.
  • PULP Literature - Number 6, Spring 2015
    • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 6, Spring 2015
    Raven Contest winner Krista Wallace had to write a story to match the cover art . . . blood was involved. Stories and poems by Laura Kostur, FJ Bergmann, Kate Austin, Tobi Cogswell, Ev Bishop, Kris Sayer, JM Landels, Susan Pieters, and flash fiction gems from master of the genre, Bob Thurber.
  • Santa Monica Review - Volume 27 Number 1, Spring 2015
    Work from Stephen Cooper (John Fante biographer), the legendary Dwight Yates (Bring Everybody), a chapter from Vicki Forman (This Lovely Life), ribald hilarity by LA’s Benjamin Weissman (Dear Dead Person), animal post-apocalypse from Alisa Slaughter (Bad Habitats), LA Times critic David L. Ulin, poet David Hernandez, novelist Mark Maxwell (nixoncarver).
  • Stoneboat - Volume 5 Number 2, 2015
    • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 5 Number 2, 2015

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