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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 53, Fall 2016 online

Our September 2016 issue includes new work by Roxane Gay, Kendra Allen, Julie Azzam, Sasha Bonét, Harrison Candelaria Fletcher, Sarah Chávez, Tyrese Coleman, Alice Crow, Bradley Donaldson, Katelyn Hemmeke, Jacob Hilton, Deeshaw Philyaw, Lisa Romeo, Sejal Shah, Samuel Stokley, Christina Tang-Bernas, and our first ever student writing competition winner, Danielle Geller. Our special guest editors are Joy Castro and Ira Sukrungruang. Our featured artist is Damon Locks. These brief essays report and examine lived experiences of race, racism, and racialization and the intersections between race and gender, class, dis/ability, and language.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Summer 2016

This issue features four new short stories: “Daughters” by Tayler Heuston, “Restoration” by Ann Joslin Williams, “Cedar Moon” by Mary Kate Varnau, and “You Know How That Disorients Me” by Sofie Harsha. Plus, four poems, a piece of nonfiction, and a feature on the Jaipur Literature Festival in Boulder.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date September 2016 online

Our latest issue features new work by Nic Alea, Micaela Bombard, Ryan Collins, Michael Czyzniejewski, Patrick Donovan, Amy Strauss Friedman, Austin Hayden, Gretchen Johnson, Alexandra Loesser, Kathleen Maris, Mark McCloughan, Nora Claire Miller, and Katherine Forbes Riley. Spencer Dew reviews Sarah Bartlett's Sometimes We Walk with Our Nails Out, Chelsea Martin's Mickey, and Linda Russo's To Think of Her Writing Awash in Light: Lyrical Essays on Dorothy Wordsworth, Emily Dickinson, Hettie Jones, Joanne Kyger, and Anne Waldman. And, check out the eighth installment of Kawika Guillermo's "Stamped: Notes from an Itinerant Artist" on our blog.

The Spring/Summer 2016 issue features poetry by Megan Snyder-Camp, Kaveh Akbar, Ryo Yamaguchi, Jeannine Hall Gailey, and more; poetry by Kate Folk, Christopher Merkner, Erin Flanagan, Alexander Weinstein, and Molly Tolsky; and nonfiction by MR Sheffield. In translations is work by Kim Yi-deum, Gemma Gorga, zhu zhu, and others, with art by Judith Lang and Richard Lang, Hanna Dansie, and Jarod Rosello. Heath Wilcock interviews Seth Fried.

The September 2016 edition of Hermeneutic Chaos features poetry and prose by Abrianna Jetté, Chelsea Dingman, Ruth Awad, Jennifer Perrine, Sarah Escue, John L. Stanizzi, Leslie Contreras Schwartz, Jennifer Maritza McCauley, William Woolfitt, Hera Naguib, Katy Kim, Stella Vinitchi Radulescu, Lydia Copeland Gwyn and Virginia Werba.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 107, Autumn 2016
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date September 9, 2016 online

we bring you a new piece: “Dispatches from Abandoned Architecture” by Shena McAuliffe beginning with “There used to be many singing cowboys.”

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 26, Autumn 2016

Featuring the winner of The Moth Art Prize on the cover, and the winners of The Moth Short Story Prize inside, alongside poems from around the world, and interviews with Lisa McInerney and Ben Markovits.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 59, Fall 2016

59 welcomes back more nonfiction, including Dustin M. Hoffman's "My Dog is a Good Dog" and Sheila Squillante's beautiful essay of a father and daughter journey and Stepanie Pass's first lit mag publication, "The trail of time." Poetry and fiction round out the issue with dogs, fathers, children and a Muslim high school football team who practices at midnight during Ramadan. Enjoy. 

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 74, Summer/Fall 2016

Features new fiction from Alex Pugsley and Carleigh Baker; sneak peek excerpts of new or upcoming books by André Alexis, Eva H.D. and others; 2015 Vancouver Writers Festival Contest Winners and more. Artwork by Josh Nusbaum. Colour the cover, front and back, and enter to win a $150 dinner prize!

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