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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 186, January/February 2017

In this issue: Angela D. Dillard on the Alt-Right on Campuses; Rebecca Kemble's eyewitness account from Standing Rock; Gayatri Kumar on Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission; The Elections and Beyond: articles from Malik Miah, Kim Moody, Howie Hawkins, Chris Maisano, and Jeff Wilson; and On Conceiving a Socialist Future with contributions from Sam Friedman and Karin Baker.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 18 Issue 4, Winter 2016

In this issue, seven writers show what they can do with the first line: “In the six years I spent tracking David Addley, it never occurred to me that he didn't exist.” Nathan Large, Angela Sorby, Michael Snyder, Scott Piepho, Travis Keys, Owen DuBose, and Jim Brennan.

The January 2017 of Hermeneutic Chaos features the recipients of the 2016 Jane Lumley Prize—winner Elizabeth Forsythe, finalists Elizabeth O'Brien and Ela Thompson, and honorable mentions Mary Buchinger, Kate Bucca, Farryl Last, Stacey Balkun, Emily Bobo, Alicia Cole and Emma Camp.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 39 Number 1, January/February 2017

Winning stories from the 2016 Short Fiction Prize; brilliant fiction from Katherine Zlabek and Mary Terrier; dazzling poetry from Joshua Bennett, Rosalie Moffett, David St. John, Erin Adair-Hodges, and more; and provocative nonfiction by Dorothy Gallagher and David Winner.

MR presents a special issue focusing on Music, with art by MacArthur Genius Award-winner Anna Schuleit Haber and poet-artist Bianca Stone; works from composer Kate Soper and Harley Erdman; poetry by Yusef Komunyakaa, Jane Hirshfield, and Gerald Stern; prose by Rashod Ollison, Grammy-nominated musician Tim Eriksen, Shana L. Redmond, Marcelo Cohen (translated by Judith Filc), Seiko Ito (translated by Hart Larrabee), and much more.

In this issue, find fiction by Amy Stuber, Maciej Milkowski (translated by Justin Wilmes), Genevieve Plunket, and others; poetry by Kaveh Akbar, Nandini Dhar, Allison Benis White, Fleda Brown, Franny Choi, and more; and nonfiction by Thi Bui with an illustrated memoir, Alex McElroy in Letters from Abroad, Ellen Hinsey in Testimonies, Stephen Snyder on translation, and more.

The elements for this issue were: Glaze, Thread, Murmur.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date January 2017 online

Hussain Ahmed, Sanjana Bijlani, Aiko Fukuchi, Mercedes Lawry, Sarah McCall, Tara Roeder, Evan Yi

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