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received June 27, 2016
The First Line - Summer 2016 - mag stand
- Linked Title The First Line
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 18 Number 2, Summer 2016
The Summer 2016 issue of The First Line is a scorcher! See how Sharon Clawson, Kara Dalkey, Neil F. Davis Jr., Brent Livingood, Erika D. Price, Jennifer Rollings, J. David Thayer, and G. F. Wilson start their stories with "By the fifteenth month of the drought, the lake no longer held her secrets" and finish them in very different ways.
The Massachusetts Review - Summer 2016 - mag stand
- Linked Title The Massachusetts Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 57 Number 2, Summer 2016
The summer issue of the Massachusetts Review features art by L.A.-based painter Allison Schulnik; poetry by Alicia Ostriker, Robert Dow, and Hilda Hilst (translated by Laura Cesarco Eglin); fiction by Colin Fleming, Jorge Yglesias (translated by Peter Bush) and Igiaba Scego (translated by Frederika Randall); and Nil Santiáñez on war and modernism.
Ruminate - Summer 2016 - mag stand
- Linked Title Ruminate
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 39, Summer 2016
For this issue of Ruminate, we explore life's magnificent frailty. What sublime experiences make us recognize the frailty of life? How is it possible to live in a world where an individual life seems so slight yet also so important? This issue features fiction from Walter Wangerin Jr., and Mary Lotz, nonfiction from Jane Holwerda and Caitlin Scarano, poetry from Jerry Harp and Julie L. Moore, and art from Zacheriah Kramer and Susan Savage. This issue also contains the 2015 Kalos Visual Art Prize judged by Melissa Weinman and the 2015 Spiritual Nonfiction Prize judged by Brianna Van Dyke.
Southern Humanities Review - Volume 49 Number 3 - mag stand
- Linked Title Southern Humanities Review
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 49 Number 3, 2016
This issue features essays, short stories, and poems by new and established writers, including work by Kirstin Valdez Quade and Natalie Diaz, guests of Southern Humanities Review’s Spring Sessions 2016 event in Auburn, Alabama. A special poetry section highlights selections from the poetry chapbook Of Rivers, including poems by Jericho Brown, Rachel Eliza Griffiths, Derrick Harriell, and Sandra Lim in response to Langston Hughes’s award-winning poem “The Negro Speaks of Rivers.”
Other Literary Magazines
received June 27, 2016
The American Journal of Poetry - Volume 1 - mag stand
- Linked Title The American Journal of Poetry
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 1, 2016
Door Is A Jar - Spring 2016 - mag stand
- Linked Title Door Is A Jar
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 2, Spring 2016
Ecotone - Spring 2016 - mag stand
- Linked Title Ecotone
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Spring 2016
Five Points - Volume 17 Number 2 - mag stand
- Linked Title Five Points
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 17 Number 2, 2016
The Hollins Critic - June 2016 - mag stand
- Linked Title The Hollins Critic
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 53 Number 3, June 2016
The Hard Part Is Knowing What To Say: The Poetry of Jerry Mirskin
Ibbetson Street - June 2016 - mag stand
- Linked Title Ibbetson Street
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 39, June 2016
In this issue we have poetry from X. J. Kennedy, Jennifer Barber, Mary Buchinger Bodwell, Kathleen Spivack and more. Included is an interview with Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Paul Harding. Also front and back cover art from Dianne Robitalle and Bridget Galway.
Literary Mama - June 2016 - mag stand
- Linked Title Literary Mama
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date June 2016
Welcome to our June issue, where we're pleased to dedicate space to the fathers and grandfathers in our lives.
Memorious - June 2016 - mag stand
- Linked Title Memorious
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 26, June 2016
In this issue, find poems from M. Soledad Caballero, Andrea Cohen, Bryce Emley, Jason Gray, Derrick Harriell, and more. Our vibrant summer fiction section includes stories from Chris Arp, Joanna Pearson, Daphne Kalotay, and Becky Hagenstein. Take a peek at the stunning new cover from artist Beth Shipley and then crack the issue open for some summer reading.
Open Minds Quarterly - Spring 2016 - mag stand
- Linked Title Open Minds Quarterly
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 18 Issue 1, Spring 2016
The distances we travel.
Polychrome Ink - May 2016 - mag stand
- Linked Title Polychrome Ink
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3, May 2016
Featuring fiction by Mel Paisley, Val Prozorova, Aaron Chan, and Moshe Prigan; Poetry by Zara Raheem and Issac Mason; and nonfiction by Cheryl Wollner; among 16 other great writers and poets.
Redivider - Volume 13 Number 2 - mag stand
- Linked Title Redivider
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 13 Number 2, 2016
Sou'wester - Fall 2015/Spring 2016 - mag stand
- Linked Title Sou'wester
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Fall 2015/Spring 2016
Featuring work by: Cecile Barlier, Robert Busby, Chauna Craig, Kyle D. Craig, Molly Damm, Chelsea Dingman, Gulchin A. Ergun, Bryana Fern, Juliana Gray, Sarah Janczak, Philip Jason, Erin Jones, Danielle LaVaque-Manty, Lauren Mallett, Nathan McClain, Naheed Phiroze Patel, Andrew Pryor, Suzanne Roszak, Shoshauna Shy, Marjorie Stelmach, E.L. West, and others.
Stone Soup - July/August 2016 - mag stand
- Linked Title Stone Soup
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 44 Number 6, July/August 2016
The new issue will delight readers who love fantasy and science fiction. “Searching for Atlantis,” by 12-year-old Sonja Skye Wooley, follows two scientists who set out to find the lost continent. In “The Songs of Green Waters,” by 12-year-old Hannah Awbrey, a boy narrowly escapes being lured to his death by a mermaid.
The Turnip Truck(s) - Spring/Summer 2016 - mag stand
- Linked Title The Turnip Truck(s)
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 2 Number 1, Spring/Summer 2016
“The Road” includes contest winners Elizabeth Aamot and Steven Grassel. Other talented writers including Rebbecca Brown, Paul Cockeram, Sara Fetherolf, Heather June Gibbons, John Guidry, Jen Hirt, Lauren Kinney (music), C.E. Richard, Ed Schultz, and Emily Yaremchuk. Artists include Franco Brambilla, Daniel De Culla, Leonard Heid, and Herb Roe.
received June 27, 2016
Planet Drum PULSE - Spring/Summer 2016 - mag stand
- Linked Title Planet Drum PULSE
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Spring/Summer 2016
This PULSE includes: Agricultural food production balanced with nature, hedgerows as wild margins, rice fields as marshlands, fire as an ecosystem restoration companion, wild species in cities, "Memory" a poem by Jerry Martien, David Simpson's First Salmon “fish story,” and a tribute to Jim Koller.