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received May 18, 2015
Against The Current - Number 176, May/June 2015
A lively magazine of politics and social change. Features include Malik Miah on Black Lives Matter and the murder of Walter Scott; Mark Lause on the trap of the two-party system; Enzo Traverso on 20th century Europe’s thirty-year war; Marcel van der Linden on labor movements in crisis; Janette Habel on changes in Cuba; plus women imprisoned for suffering miscarriages in El Salvador and Indiana; tribal fights for rights and justice in India; a Guantanamo prisoner’s torture diary; what U.S. “soft power” looks like in Iraq; much more!
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AGNI - Number 81, 2015
Anna Schuleit Haber’s arresting sequence of paintings—from which we take our cover and portfolio—is entitled The Voice Imitator. How apt that is, for AGNI 81, even more than previous issues, is a gathering of uniquely expressive tonalities. From the fictional flights of writers like Stephen Dixon, Lynne Sharon Schwartz, Amina Gautier, and Karl Ove Knausgaard; to the essayistic renderings of Chloe Honum, Jennifer S. Cheng, and Adam Szczucinski; and on to poems and translations by Cyrus Cassells, Patricia Hooper, Noah Warren, Martha Silano, and Vivek Narayanan, the octaves of the contemporary are thoroughly sounded.
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Concho River Review - Volume 29 Number 1, Spring 2015
The Spring 2015 issue of CRR features fiction by Larisa Harriger, Tayler Rodgers, Donald Mace Williams, and Charles Wyatt; nonfiction by Katherine Lien Chariott, Vivian Witkind Davis, Roger Real Drouin, Gaynell Gavin, and Donley Wyatt; poetry by, among others, Barbara Astor, Julie Chappell, Robert Cooperman, C.S. Fuqua, Peter Ludwin, Robert Parham, Ciara Shuttleworth, H.F. Stein, Larry D. Thomas, Meredith Trede, and Matthew Woodman; plus ten book reviews.
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Crab Fat Magazine - Issue 4, May 2015
Welcome to the fourth issue of Crab Fat Magazine. We are pleased to present a special double issue to end our inaugural year. With its 150 pages, this issue is sure to offer something for everyone. Contributors include D.E. Gosden, Alaina Symanovich, Scott Thomas Outlar, Flint, Cathy Ulrich, and Roberto F. Santiago. We had so much fun putting this issue together, and hope you have fun reading it!
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The Fiddlehead - Number 263, Spring 2015
The spring issue of The Fiddlehead is blooming with the winners of our 24th annual literary contest. Sean Howard won the Ralph Gustafson Prize for Best Poem and Lisa Alward received the Short Fiction Prize. The honourable mentions are Michael Prior and Julie Cameron Gray (poetry) and David McLaren and Kari Lund-Teigen (short fiction). But that’s not all! Enjoy new poems and stories from writers such as rob mclennan, Kate Kennedy, John Kinsella, Kateri Lanthier, and A. W. Marshall. There are also book reviews and the cover image is from Steven Rhude’s “Buoy and Manhole.”
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Main Street Rag - Volume 20 Number 2, Spring 2015
Graham Irvin interviews Brian Patrick Heston, winner of the 2014 Main Street Rag Poetry Book Award. This issue’s fiction comes from Lynne Carol Austin, Douglas Cole, Honor McElroy, and Kendall Sparks, with poetry from Bret Evans, Eric Greinke, Carolyn Gelland, Marsh Muirhead, and many more. Check out the blue pages for book reviews.
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The Missouri Review - Volume 38 Number 1, Spring 2015
The spring issue is here! The first issue of Volume 38 features the winners of the 24th Annual Jeffrey E. Smith Editors’ Prize: Rachel Swearingen (fiction), Andrew Cohen (nonfiction), and Alexandra Teague (poetry). We also have new work by Nicole Banas, Sally Wen Mao, Anders Calrson-Lee, Anthony Wallace, Brent DeLanoy, Edward Hamlin, and M.G. Stephens. Also, a feature on the drawing of Joseph Cornell and an omnibus review of contemporary novels on parenting by Amy Day Wilkinson. Do not miss this terrific issue!
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New Letters - Volume 81 Number 2, 2015
Volume 81 Number 2 features the award winners of the New Letters’ 2014 international Literary Awards, an interview with poet Ellen Bryant Voight, plus fiction and photography from award-winning author Margo Berdeshevsky, and “Behind the Scenes of a Literary Contest,” an article by former New Letters staff member Glenda McCrary. The cover art shows a ceramic sculpture of a gas pump by internationally acclaimed artist Linda Lighton.
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Tin House - Volume 16 Number 4, Summer 2015
The Summer Reading issue of Tin House features Smith Henderson’s “Highway Breakdown,” Tara Ison’s “Knits a Yarn,” Greg Hrbek’s “Bedeviled Pregnancy,” Jodi Angel’s “Dangerous Revolutions,” and David Gessner on Stegner’s Fellows. Five New Voices are in this issue: Poets Diana M. Chien and Cody Varvel dazzle with energy and wit, Mary Barnett grabs attention with an essay about trauma and healing, and Sarah Elaine Smith and Matthew Socia write with confidence and precision.
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Valley Voices - Volume 15 Number 1, Spring 2015
The spring 2015 special issue of Valley Voices includes critical essays on Sonia Sanchez that explores the meaning to be human, on understanding the self through young black girls, and on the erased that can be unerased. Surrounded by the critical essays are poems and creative prose that speak to these concepts. The paintings on both front and back covers deal with the vulnerability of the self as influenced by societal stations and remind us that there is beauty in ruin. The Welcome Table welcomes you to be engaged with some of the brightest young minds within American literature today.
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received May 11, 2015
American Short Fiction - Volume 18 Issue 59, Spring 2015
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BULL: Men's Fiction - Number 5, 2015
The Youth Issue
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eccolinguistics - Volume 3 Number 3
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- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Number 3, May 2015
Gulf Stream - Issue 13
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Jersey Devil Press - Issue 66, May 2015
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Jubilat - Volume 27, 2015
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matchbook - May 12, 2015
Cool yourself off inside and read Amanda Miska's story now up at matchbook, called "A Good Ache."
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Natural Bridge - Number 33, Spring 2015
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received May 11, 2015
American Book Review - Volume 36 Number 2, January/February 2015
In Focus: Comics
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In These Times - Volume 39 Number 6, June 2015
GOPzilla and ALEC: coming to a city near you
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