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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Issue 1, Summer/Autumn 2015
Los Angeles-based gallery Century Guild contributes exclusive art features, starring Gail Potocki and Clive Barker. Our largest fiction issue yet, with stories from Virginia Konchan, Allegra Frazier, Meng Jin, and others. Douglas Basford, recipient of a 2015 NEA Literature Fellowship, brings the work of Valentino Zeichen into new, "thick translation."  Matthew Webber asks, "Can the young artists of Bosnia-Herzegovina escape the past?"
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 31 Numbers 1-3, 2015
In this issue: new poems by Jennifer Militello, John Gallaher, Julie Doxsee, Anthony Robinson, Maura Way, Dan Ivec, and Elizabeth Savage; “A Year to the Day: A Love Supreme” by Julia Cohen; “They that were Ragged” by Aby Kaupang and Matthew Cooperman; “Necropoli” by Nicholas Manning; art by Monica Regan; blackout poetry by Astoria Eve; and prose by Georg Trakl translated by James Reidel.
Issue Three of The Sonder Review is now available for your enjoyment. This issue features fiction from C.C. Russell, Elena Christine, Christy Patterson, and Thea Swanson; nonfiction by Sarina Bosco, Karen Ashburner, Lisa Andrews, and Jane Varley; and artwork by Louis Staeble, L.B. Green, Ashley Campbell, Molly Cranch, Courtney Porto, and Karen Boissonneault-Gauthier.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 40, Spring/Summer 2015
In this issue, you’ll discover Keith Eisner’s “Blue Dot,” which takes a leap several decades backward in a story-within-a story; Joan Leegant’s “Hunters and Gatherers” about a mother and the return of her troubled son; “Old Money,” by Meghan Gilliss, which explores how riches, even when they evaporate in successive generations, leave their mark; and L.E. Miller's “The Red Cape,” an intimate look at a childcare worker and her young charge. You’ll find new poems by Gerry Lafemina, Debora Lidov, Samn Stockwell, Emily Ho, Yehoshua November, Nicholas Wong, and many others; and an expanded review section with books by Mary Bonina, Stephen Dunn, Christian Wiman, Andrea Cohen, and Sandra Lim.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 48, June 2015 online
June: and once again the unlovely task of saying good-bye to a poet: Franz Wright.  And to say that good-bye, his long-time friend David Young, whose essay follows. This issue’s Featured Selection: an essay on revision by Carol Moldaw. A number of intriguing Featured Selections will come to fruition in the upcoming months: Native poets, curated by Allison Hedge Coke and including Cedar Sigo, Leanne Howe, Trevino Brings Plenty, Crisosto Apache and Sara Marie Ortiz;  David Clewell;  Kelle Groom; a look at British Poets Under 40 and another on Contemporary Australian Poets; new translations of work by Robert Walser and Hermann Hesse, and a  long poem, “Sibylline” by Marc Vincenz.
Paterson Literary Review #43 includes poetry, fiction and essays by accomplished writers, such as, Martín Espada, Diane di Prima, Jim Haba, Marge Piercy, Jan Beatty, Jim Daniels, Anele Rubin, Linda Hillringhouse, Penny Perry, Joe Weil, and Laura Boss, as well as a special section, “Poets Under 40,” for emerging, young poets—Dante Di Stefano, Brian Fanelli, Carlton D. Fisher, Nicole Santalucia, Lauren Schmidt and others. Another section spotlights the winners and finalists of the 2014 Allen Ginsberg Poetry Awards. Artwork by Albert Tacconelli, Jacob Landau, and H. Alonzo Jennings.  Cover by Jim Haba.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 43 Numbers 1&2, 2015
The new issue of MR features the winners and finalists of the annual Mississippi Review Prize, including work by fiction prize winner Charles Ramsay McCory and poetry prize winner Sarah New, as well as A.H. Jerriod Avant, Adam Schwartz, Erica Ehrenberg, Geoff Wyss, and many more.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 37 Number 1, Summer 2015
This issue features excellent poetry by Richard Siken, Meg Freitag, and Karen Skolfield; big-hearted fiction by Halimah Marcus, Vincent Scarpa, and Ben Hoffman, alongside impelling nonfiction by Amy Collini and Janelle DolRayne. We are also proud to present a collaborative special folio on graphic memoir, featuring new work from Douglas Kearney, Rowan Hisayo Buchanan, Arwen Donahue, and others.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 11 Number 1, Spring 2015
The new issue of Burnside Review has arrived, including work by Jennifer L. Knox (and an interview with JLK), Matthew Rohrer, Kim Chinquee, Tod Marshall, Jennifer K. Sweeney, Joel Brouwer, Sherrie Flick, and more. Get yourself a copy!
The seventh issue of Tupelo Quarterly includes the winner, Willa Carroll, the runners-up, Curtis Derrick and Jan-Henry Gray, the finalists and semi-finalists of the TQ7 Poetry Prize judged by Brenda Hillman. It also includes the Pilgrimage, Voyage & Return portfolio with prose by Margo Berdeshevsky, M.J. Fievre, and others, translations of Leslie Kaplan by Julie Carr and Jennifer Pap, an interview with Eva Heisler, and much more.
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