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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 5 Number 2, Fall 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 37 Number 1, Fall 2014
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 21 Number 10, 2014
Investigative reporter Patrick Smith conducts an autopsy on the demise of American journalism. Peter Lee, an East Asia expert, provides one of the first detailed accounts of China's counter-terrorism policies. Lee Ballinger explores the bloody history of Big Cotton and the lasting stains it has left on the American South.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 42 Number 3, Winter 2015
The new issue of Mississippi Review is devoted to the novella, that oft underserved genre in print magazines. In addition to long pieces by Katie Chase, Kevin A. Gonzalez, and Paola Peroni, it features a novella by National Book Award-winner Jaimy Gordon.
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 81 Number 1, 2014-15
Issue 81.1 of New Letters is filled with 200 pages of writing and art that seeks to explore the inherent optimism of beginnings, while also celebrating the creation of art, itself. National Magazine Award winner Thomas E. Kennedy and writer Thomas Fox Averill both explore the beginnings of their writing careers in thoughtful and surprising essays present in this issue. Also present is poetry by Debra Marquart, Aliki Barnstone, Albert Goldbarth, and Charles Harper Webb, among others, with reviews of new books by Bill Mesce, Jr., Greyson Honaker, and Shanan Ballam. Artwork was contributed by Aliki Barnstone and Margaret Brommelsiek.
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 35 Number 2, February/March 2015
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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Number 174, January/February 2015
This issue features “Whose Lives Matter in America?” written by Malik Miah, “The Politics of Mass Incarceration” an interview with James Kilgore, “Behind Detroit Happy Talk” by Dianne Feeley, “Rasmea Odeh’s Long Struggle” written by David Finkel, a review of Naomi Klein’s This Changes Everything by Janice Cox and Michael Gasser, “A History of the Two Party System, Part II” by Mark A. Lause, and various articles and reviews on the Black struggle.
The January/February 2015 issue of Gay & Lesbian Review features “The Sorrows of Tennessee Williams” by Andrew Holleran, “Tennessee’s Small Circle of Friends” by David Kaplan, “What Did Elizabeth Bishop Want” by Rosemary Booth, “Radclyffe Hall’s Christian Paganism” by Jean Roberta, “The Doomed Young Men of 1950s Fiction” by Richard Canning, “Discovered! A 1940 Defense of Homosexuality” by Randall Sell & Jonathan Ned Katz, and more.
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