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The BPJ’s Spring 15 issue features Graham Barnhart's poems from the Iraq war, Daniel Tobin's voice retablos the paintings of Eleanor Spiess-Ferris (whose "Shoreline" provides the striking cover image), plus work by Traci Brimhall, Éireann Lorsung, Travers Mossotti, Hera Naguib, Susannah Nevison, and more. John Rosenwald considers what makes for "good poetry" in his review of B. H. Fairchild’s The Blue Buick and Kirun Kapur’s Visiting Indira Gandhi’s Palmist.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 190, Winter 2015
This issue of Cimarron Review features new fiction by Nona Caspers, Andrew Ladd, Elizabeth Genovise, and Amy Gustine; and poetry by Jennifer K. Sweeney, Grady Chambers, Emily Rosko, Shane Lake, Alison Palmer, Christopher Kondrich, Michael Brokos, Elly Bookman, and many more.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date April 2015 online
Welcome to the April 2015 issue of decomP, our eleventh anniversary! Our latest issue features new work by Yasmin Belkhyr, Holly Brown, Young Chun, Anthony Cordello, Patrick Dundon, Justin Hamm, Les Kay, Andrew Lee-Hart, John Liles, Kat Moore, Andrew Payton, Emily Schulten, and Marvin Shackelford. Also, our resident critic, Spencer Dew, reviews My Very End of the Universe: Five Novellas-in-Flash and a Study of the Form by Chris Bower, Margaret Patton Chapman, Tiff Holland, Meg Pokrass, and Aaron Teel; Peter Wortsman's Cold Earth Wanderers; and Mike Young's Sprezzatura.
The Spring/Summer issue of Gimmer Train features stories by Lee Montgomery, Sasrah Shun-lien Bynum, Jon Chopan, Daniel Torday, Caitlin Horrocks, Michael Conforti, J.P. Lacrampe, Peter Sipe, Sean Bernard, Analisa Raya-Flores, Courtney Sender, David H. Lynn, Mojie Crigler, Judy Doenges, and Philip Tate, as well as an interview with Bob Shacochis by Kevin Rabalais.
In this issue of Greensboro Review, find fiction by Dan Leach, Dale Gregory Anderson, Charles Booth, Julia Ridley Smith, Lisa Nikolidakis, and Leigh Camacho Rourks; and poetry by Mary Crow, M. Ann Hull, Katherine Maurer, M. P. Jones IV, T.J. McLemore, and lots more.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 8, 2015
The nonfiction works in Grist (Issue 8) call attention to that adjective creative and demonstrate how it strikes at the crux of how we construct narratives about ourselves and our experiences. Fabienne Josaphat’s “Summer Is An Empty House,” Stefanie Wortman’s “Nothing to Remember: On Larry Rivers’ Drugstore (1959),” and Steve Adams’s “Border Crossing” are just some of the masterful examples of creative nonfiction you’ll find in this issue.
The 2015 edition of The Labletter features a section of Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture curated by guest editor Della Patteson that focuses on the work of Southern artists and the concept of Freedom and includes pieces by Radcliffe Bailey, Steve Penley, and Tony Hernandez; poetry by Don Mager, Amy Wright, and Celeste Lipkes; essays by Zay Amsbury and Chelsey Clammer; woodblock prints and stories by Loren Kantor; fiction by Louise Marburg and Deborah Chava Singer; and photographs by Julian Goldberger.
This issue features the photography of Alrinthea Carter and a candid interview with debut novelist Tom Cooper, whose The Marauders Stephen King calls "rollicking, angry, eye-popping, and fall-on-the-floor funny." Plus: fiction from Randall Brown, Katherine Conner, Leigh Camacho Rourks; poetry by John Andrews, W. Ross Feeler, Nandini Dhar, Jeanne Larsen; and nonfiction by Catherine Doucette, Susan Finch, Jason Skipper, and more.
Authors featured in this issue include Paul D. Brazill, Philippe Diederich, Beverly Donofrio, K.A. Laity, and Ben Parzybok. Our bilingual section features prominent writers from Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 15, Spring 2015
Featured artists in this issue of Stone Voices are Deb McCarroll, Kathryn Oliver, and Christopher Woods. Writers include Sue Cleveland, Jacqueline Guidry, Matthew Hummer, Anita Carol Smith, and Megan Stuesloff, and poets Marilyn Joy and Leonore Wilson. Columns by Peter Azrak, Vincent Louis Carrella, and Leslie Ihde.
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