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received July 27, 2015
Beloit Poetry Journal - Volume 65 Number 4, Summer 2015
This issue features cover photography from Ann Arbor, plus work by Ottilie Mulzet, June Rockefeller, Darby Price, Cortney Lamar Charleston, William Kelley Woolfitt, Sue D. Burton, Rae Gouirand, Dan Rosenberg, Jacek Dehnel translated by Karen Kovacik, Steve Wilson, Susan Tichy, Vasiliki Albedo Bennu, Kevin Riel, Katherine Noble, Cara Dees, Jennifer Lighty, and Colleen O'Brien.
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Hanging Loose - 105, 2015
Art portfolio by Diann Bauer. Poetry and prose by David Lehman, William Corbett, Patricia Traxler, Harley Elliott, Gary Lenhart, Annabel Lee, Alan Feldman, Robert Terashima, Hal Sirowitz, Lethokuhle Msinmang, John Sakkis, Mather Schneider, and many more. Plus our amazing section of high school poets.
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 105, 2015
The Meadow - 2015
The 2015 issue includes the first annual Meadow Novella prize winner "Still Life" by Jerry D. Mathes II selected by Brandon Hobson, Toni Graham's short story, "FUBAR” from her forthcoming collection The Suicide Club, winner of the Flannery O’Connor award for short fiction, Joseph Fasano's long poem, "Genesis," and more writing from Darren Demaree, Nathan Slinker, Lori Howe, C.C. Russell, Christopher Locke, Alexander Akre, Sean Prentiss, Tee Iseminger, Susan Gubernat and more.
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The Missouri Review - Volume 38 Number 2, 2015
In subjects and themes, this issue of The Missouri Review is replete with testing and defiance. Find new work by Aamina Ahmad, Jennifer Barber, Miriam Bird Greenberg, Kate McIntyre, David Naimon, Doug Ramspeck, Robin Romm and the photography of Jacob Riis, a pioneering photographer and Progressive social reformer.
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New England Review - Volume 36 Number 2, 2015
NER 36.2, with its focus on China includes the first English translations of three contemporary poets, Wei An’s ruminations on nature; Wendy Willis on Ai Weiwei’s show at Alcatraz; plus fiction by Chinese-born American Michael X. Wang. Also in this issue, we traverse our own country from the Atlantic to the Pacific with authors as they remember collective pasts, brave their own presents, and escort the most foreign of foreigners through our halls of ivy.
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New Madrid - Volume 10 Number 2, Summer 2015
In this issue, YoungShil Ji and Daniel Todd Baker translate HeeDuk Ra’s poetry. New poetry by Brent House, Jenna Bazzell, Angie Macri, Matt Salyer, Janet McNally, and others; fiction by Catherine Uroff, Dustin M. Hoffman, Susan Frith, and William Atkin; and essays by Lucy Ives, Dallas Crow, Alexandria Peary, Nate McKeen, and others. Plus book reviews by Ryan Alessi, Tanya Perkins, Robert Campbell, and others.
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Willow Springs - Volume 76, Fall 2015
Willow Springs 76 features work by Laura Kasischke, Devin Becker, Jess Walter, Kathryn Nuernberger, and more. The issue includes Carissa Halston's "Call It a Map," winner of the 2015 Willow Springs Fiction Prize, and an interview with Kim Addonizio. In the interview, Addonizio relates poetry to her love of the blues: "The blues singer is a singular figure, singing about his or her own sorrow, but singing about it for everybody. That's what I like. The intimacy draws me in—which is something I feel in lyrical poetry too, one consciousness speaking to another about what is true for them."
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Cactus Heart - Number 12.5, 2015
Fifth print issue with words and art by Reese Conner, Jesse Curran, Tara Deal, Stephanie Ann Farra, Adam Fishbein, Jade Freeman, Bernard Grant, Kristina Hakanson, J.J. Hernandez, Baylea Jones, Kate LaDew, Blake Lynch, Ted Millar, Nick Hadikwa Mwaluko, Alex Sarrigeorgiou, Sarah Sorensen, Sam Tabet, Megan Amanda Taylor, Jeff Walt, and more.
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Chtenia - Volume 31, Summer 2015
Bulat Okudzhava was the king of the Russian bards. Now 19 of his poems/songs and 9 autobiographical sketches are presented in our popular bilingual format, with English and Russian on facing pages.
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Denver Quarterly - Volume 49 Number 4, 2015
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Five Points - Volume 16 Number 3, 2015
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matchbook - July 21 2015
A new piece was published at matchbook called “Lightning Bugs” by Luke Schamer. It is a very summer story. It's also incredibly short. Last week was an even newer piece called “Buchenwald” by Sarah J. Sloat. If you were thinking the story would be light subject matter, YOU THOUGHT WRONG. It's super short, intense, sad, and somehow humorous.
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Midwest Quarterly - Volume 56 Number 2, Winter 2015
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Notre Dame Review - Number 40, Summer/Fall 2015
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Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine - Issue 7, July 2015
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Smartish Pace - Issue 22, 2015
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The Southern Review - Summer 2015
The Southern Review’s summer 2015 issue features literary luminaries like Stephen Dunn and Bonnie Jo Campbell, alongside fiction and poetry by emerging authors. The issue culminates with a special essay feature, “Writing Katrina: Ten Years After,” in which three Louisiana writers reflect on how the storm affected their work.
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WomenArts Quarterly Journal - Volume 5 Issue 3, 2015
Featuring art by June Glasson, an interview with musician Anat Cohen, fiction by Ashleigh Rajala, non-fiction by Dawn Reno Langley, and poetry by Lori Lamothe, Kylina Matteoli, Maryanne Hannan, Karen Hildebrand, Jacqueline Jones LaMon, Courtney Hitson, Jean C. Howard, and Cindy King.
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