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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 84, 2016

Electric, eclectic—an art portfolio by Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz frames up intimations of danger for an issue international across all three genres. Marilyn Hacker’s versions of Syria poet Golan Haji go side by side with new poems by Cynthia Zarin, John Kinsella, Dara Elerath, Chad Parmenter, and many others. In fiction, Jamie Quatro imagines lovers not taken, Tamas Dobozy proposes a hair-raising retrospective of a scandalous filmmaker’s career, and Elske Rahill gives us a woman whose urge to protect her daughter goes perilously far. Essays by Kim Adrian, Shahnaz Habib, Michael Sheehan, Radhiyah Ayobami, and others explore the legacies of trauma and the uncanny resourcefulness of the survival instinct.

Cover art for our November 2016 issue is by Amy Kotthaus. Nicole McCarthy pens both poetry and prose. Find other writing by Sergio Sarano, Kaitlin Pang, Zelma Cable, Marisa Adame, Naima Hirsch, Elena Senechal-Becker, Julian Randall, Autumn Rose Barksdale, Taylor Fogarty, Laurie Stone, and Diane Payne. Amy Long and Silas Breaux collaborate, and Fredone Fone’s murals give this issue a pop of color.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 39 Number 3, Fall 2016

The “Before and After” issue features the work of Maria Anderson, Morri Creech, Beth Ann Fennelly, Jane Gillette, Bill Glose, Gabe Herron, Jessica Jacobs, Kristen Marangoni, Siobhan Phillips, Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers and John Cheever’s unpublished army story. Anthony Aycock interviews nonfiction writer Erik Larson, discussing research and the origin of Larson’s ideas. Cover illustrations are by Merve Özaslan.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 54, Winter 2016

Rattle #54 is another entirely open issue—an opportunity to cleanse are palates and empty our coffers in releasing a wide range of colorful poetry. Poets show off their best and dive into questions big and small, with poems on life and death, string theory and domesticity, laurels and plumes—hence the peacock cover. The winter issue also features the 2016 Rattle Poetry Prize winner, Julie Price Pinkerton’s $10,000 poem “Veins.” In the conversation section, Timothy Green discusses a wide range of topics, including the value of poetry and the state of poetry in India, with Meena Alexander.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 25, November 2016 online

In this issue, we have fiction from: Michael Hammerle and Barbara Nishimoto; creative non-fiction from Terry Barr, Cameron Hunt McNabb, Megan Newcomer, and Renae Tucker; poetry from Keith Donnell, John Sullivan, Charles Kell, Daniel Moore, Jim Murphy, KA Webb, Hilary Sideris, and Bill Pruett.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 7 Number 1, Fall 2016

Stoneboat is an independent journal of literature and arts that publishes outstanding and diverse work from emerging and established writers and artists. The issue includes work from 31 poets, eight fiction writers, two essayists, and seven visual artists. Also in this issue, Karl Elder interviews 90-year-old Wisconsin writer Sy Regan.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 7, November 2016 online

Our featured poets: Kellie Hayden, Stephen Mead, Bruce McRae.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 67, Fall 2016

Conjunctions’ new SF issue features letters from James Tiptree Jr to Joanna Russ, and conversations between Samuel R. Delany and Brian Evenson, Kelly Link and Elizabeth Hand, and John Clute and John Crowley. Other contributors: Joyce Carol Oates, Jeffrey Ford, Leena Krohn, Peter Straub, James Morrow, Julia Elliott, Paul Park.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 303 Number 22, November 28 2016

Mourn, Resist, Organize Onwards

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 126, Fall 2016

The Sound Future of Virtual Reality

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