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received November 17, 2014
Against the Current
In this issue are articles "The Middle East's 'World War'" by the Editors, "Why a Killer Cop Is Not Arrested," by Malik Miah, "Two Years After the CTU Strike" by Robert Bartlett, "Mass Incarceration and the Left" by Heather Ann Thompson, "What September 21st Showed" by Diane Feeley, and more.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 173
Black Warrior Review - Fall/Winter 2014
BWR 41.1 (with its theme of Community) features Brenda Peynado's "Rejas,” a haunting story of family and economic captivity, and Dustin Zamora’s magical realism in "Sail, Su Corazón." Then there is "Orientation," a dizzying and studious work of poetry by James E. Allman, Jr., accompanied by Joe Milazzo, Robin Tung, Rachel Brown, and many others. We're also thrilled to include Margaret Kimball's graphic nonfiction, "Your Body Becomes Submerged" an examination of the way a fractured family exists in a voided house.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 1, Fall/Winter 2014
Blackbird - Fall 2014
This issue of Blackbird features work from Claudia Emerson, Roger Reeves, Camille Dungy, Norman Dubie, Kelly Cherry, R.T. Smith, Dan O'Brien, Wyatt Prunty, Joshua Poteat, Charles Wright, Reema Rajbanshi, and many more. Our annual Levis Remembered feature offers retrospectives on the late poet Larry Levis, and pieces by artist David Freed are threaded throughout the issue.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 13 Number 2, Fall 2014
Chagrin River Review - Fall 2014
Chagrin River Review introduces a new issue featuring fiction by Sharon Short, Mark Jacobs, Taylor Garcia, and Molly Gillcrist. The issue also includes new poetry by Roy Bentley, Ann Robinson, Kevin Carey, Will Walker, Grace Alvino, Helen Wickes, and Carleigh Takemoto, several of whom are featured reading their poems on our site. Bob Peck's painting is featured on the cover of Issue 5.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 5, Fall 2014
Colorado Review - v41n3
This issue of Colorado Review contains this year’s Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction winner Amira Pierce and her story “Anything Good Is a Secret.” This issue’s other fine stories will take you to a garlic farm in Japan (Michael Larson’s “Harvest”), small-town Wisconsin (Greg Schutz’s “To Wound, to Tear, to Pull to Pieces”), and the rattlesnake-infested oil patch of West Texas (Elizabeth Wetmore’s “Valentine, 1976”). In nonfiction are works by Matthew Ferrence and Sarah Viren.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 41 Number 3, Fall/Winter 2014
elsewhere - i6
elsewhere's sixth issue (which introduces a new website design) includes poems from Stephen Danos, Nathan Kemp, and Mercedes Lawry, an exercise in fragmentary prose by Emily Ho, a piece by Utah state poet laureate Lance Larsen, and a story (at least, we think) by Anthony Varallo. The new issue also includes three microcuentos by Argentinean Modernismo writer Leopoldo Lugones, here presented by Anthony Pearce.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 6
Glimmer Train Stories - WInter 2015
The Winter 2015 issue features stories by Kimberly Bunker, Mark Hitz, Barbara Ganley, Greg Schreuer, Sommer Schafer, Marko Gregur, Samsun Knight, Kurt Rheinheimer, Ming Holden, Natasha Tamate Weiss, Hugh Burkhart, David Ebenbach, and Gillian Burnes. Also include are interview with George Saunders by David Naimon and Benjamin Percy by Andrew Scott.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 92, Winter 2015
Hudson Review - Autumn 2014
The Autumn 2014 issue of The Hudson Review features essays by Mara Naselli and James Santel; fiction by Asako Serizawa, Edward Porter, and Lauren Schenkman; poetry by Cally Conan-Davies, William Louis-Dreyfus, Trent Busch, Katherine Robinson, Guillermo Bleichmar, Anne Nance, and Susan de Sola, and more.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 67 Number 3, Autumn 2014
Malahat Review - Autumn 2014
“At Home in Translation: Canadians Translate the World,” a theme issue celebrating Canadian translators, features translated works by twenty-seven authors writing in fifteen languages and living on five continents. China’s Joyce Zhang talks about translating Alice Munro; Yiddish novelist Chava Rosenfarb describes, in compelling fiction, a deportation to Auschwitz; German poet Dorothea Grünsweig recounts the losing and finding of the family cat. An interview with Hugh Hazelton, director of the Banff Centre’s translation program, is a highlight, as is Donald McGrath’s translation of a poem by Robert Melançon, which won the Malahat’s Les Poésies francophones du Canada: A Translation Prize.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 188, Autumn 2014
Missouri Review - v37n3
The Ultra-violence issue of The Missouri Review features work by Bruce Bond, Erika Dreifus, Jane Gillette, Rav Grewal-Kok, Allegra Hyde, Tom Ireland, Varley O’Connor, Lawrence Raab, Jill Reid, Terri Shrum Stoor, and Mako Yoshikawa.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 37 Number 3, 2014
Saranac Review - n10
This issue of Saranac Review contains of sixty pages of poetry, including work by Chase Twichell, Amber Flora Thomas, Bertha Rogers, Cecilia Woloch, Collete Inez, Lyn Lifshin, Natania Rosenfeld and Alice Anderson. Fiction section includes new stories by David Hicks and Katherine Heiny. Creative non-fiction by Mark Sundeen, Katherine Koch, David Holub and Brian Castner. Cover and full color internal art by Vermont collage artist Marcus Ratliff.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 10, 2014
Sewanee Review - Fall 2014
This stellar issue on the prismatic form of the essay will yield, we hope, many a-ha moments for our readers. But with two bloody good stories (you’ll see what we mean) by our inimitable friend, Susan Engberg, and by newcomer from the UK, Michael Humfrey, and 35 pages of incredible verse—the final release of our 122nd year is more than powerful nonfiction: under the editors’ eyes it has become a greatest hits of sorts, exemplifying the manifold strengths of this quarterly.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 122 Number 4, Fall 2014
Tin House - winter 2014
The Winter 2014 issue of Tin House includes a recently surface cache of unpublished gems by Frank Stanford, Joy Williams parable “The Jar of Water,” and new poetry from Dorothea Lasky and Richard Siken. Also featured is Madeline ffitch’s story “The Big Woman” and Julia Clare Tillinghast’s poems “And War” and “Nature.”
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 16 Number 2, Winter 2014
Other Literary Magazines
received November 17, 2014
Aji is pleased to present the poetry of established and emerging writers in our inaugural issue. The second half of the issue is devoted to the theme of the student/teacher experience. The issue also includes a review of Rich Murphy's Americana, 2013 winner of Prize Americana for Poetry.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 1, Fall 2014
Bop Dead City - i9
Zach VandeZande and Shanti Weiland won the contests, and Bobby Steve Baker, Benjamin DeVos, Maya Gutierrez, Rachel Nix, Jeanann Verlee, and Cory Weimken won at life. Plus, no more staples! Perfect binding, baby. All the best poems and stories, all still $3.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 9
Catamaran Literary Reader - Summer 2014
This issue features fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry with themes around the creative life and our natural world.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 7 Volume 2 Issue 3, Summer 2014
Crab Fat Magazine - i2
Issue 2 of Crab Fat Magazine is here! Inside you will find a queer collection of prose, poetry, and art for your reading & viewing pleasure; you will meet crazy clowns, a mysterious woman, a grieving couple, poetic identity crisis, coming of age, and more.
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Ecotone - Fall 2014
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 18, Fall 2014
Gigantic Sequins - Summer 2014
This latest issue is book-ended with love stories--one fiction by Justin Brouckart and the other non-fiction from Rachel Richardson. There’s a lyric essay from Caitlin Luce Christensen about cannibals-- or is it? New poetry from Nick Fynn, Caleb Curtiss, and others, art that will take you around the world, as well as more great fiction and non-fiction.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 5 Number 2, Summer 2014
North Dakota Quarterly - Winter 2014
This volume kicks off with “Paper Cut,” a rather frightening story by Dee Redfearn. Who knew a paper cut could be lethal? Also includes an excerpt from the first new translation of Jason and the Argonauts in more than forty years: “Madly in Love with Jason, Medea Contemplates Suicide.”
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 80 Number 1, Winter 2014
Off the Coast - Fall 2014
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 20 Number 4, Fall 2014
One Story - n197
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 197, 2014
Tammy - i4
Issue 4 features work by Andrew Wessels, Sunghee Yoon trans. Hyeon Jeong Lee and Cynthia Childs, Ray Gonzalez, Clara Sabater trans. Beverly Perez Rego, Erik Anderson, Kate Schapira, Philip Matthews, Erin J. Mullikin and David Wojciechowski, Camilo Roldán, Domenick Ammirati, Stephanie Anderson, Peter Burghardt, July Col, Nina Puro, Judson Hamilton, and more.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 4, 2014
Tupelo Quarterly - v2i1
Now entering its second year, the newest issue of Tupelo Quarterly has launched. TQ5 includes the winner and finalists of its Poetry Contest judged by Amaud Jamaul Johnson, and Chapter One, a new section celebrating the opening pages of prose works. Writers published in TQ5 include Aaron Coleman, Erin Rodini, Mark Wagenaar, Jane Wong, Keith Leonard, John Surowiecki, Michael Hawley, Joanna Ruocco and Trang The Hy.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 2 Issue 1
WomenArts Quarterly Journal - v4i4
Features art by Jennifer Tancreto, a review of Lily Afshar’s “Bach on Fire,” an essay by C.R. Resetarits, poetry by Alicia Thompson, Morgan Liphart, Corey Ginsberg, fiction by Christine Tang-Bernas, and more.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 4 Issue 4, 2014
Yellow Medicine Review - Fall 2014
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Fall 2014
received November 10, 2014