- Linked Title Willow Springs
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 75, Spring 2015
Willow Springs 75 features prose and poetry by Liz Kay, J. Robert Lennon, Zakia Rubab Khwaja, Robert Lopez, and more. In an interview, Cate Marvin explores why she welcomes "trickery" in her writing: "Rhetoric is manipulative; all language is manipulative. If you know your way around words and can manipulate them, that's good." Also, William T. Vollmann discusses how his view of humanity has changed over his career: "The longer I live, the more I like individual people, and the more pessimistic I become about groups and institutions and humanity in general."
- Linked Title Plume
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 43, February 2015
The February 2015 issue of Plume features work by Scott Cairns, Andrea Cohen, Michael Collier, Brian Culhane, Catherine Breese Davis, Luigi Fontanella, Deborah Landau, Lance Larsen, Sydney Lea, Leslie Adrienne Miller, Linda Pastan, and Jane Springer. This issue’s Featured Selection is from Luljeta Lleshanaku, translated by Ani Gjika, and cover art is from José Luis Telot.
- Linked Title Meat for Tea
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 8 Issue 4
The English Breakfast issue of Meat for Tea celebrates those writing poetry and creating art in troubled times. Contributors include: Aurora Amidon, Katrin Arefy, Stephanie Baird, Jane Blanchard, Christine Brandel, Arturo Desimone, Alison Downs, Brad Garber, Helen Grochmal, Sally Houtman, Saera Kochanski, Stefan Lovasic, Natalia Magnani, Sean Mahoney, David P. Miller, Patrick O’Connor, Marlene Olin, Michael Passafiume, Stephen V. Ramey, Charles Rammelkamp, Adam “Bucho” Rodenberger, Thomas Rowland, Amy Schmidt, Harvey Silverman, Alex Swartzentruber, Doug Tibbles, Caleb True, Gerald Yelle, Michael Welch, Frank Zahn, Kurt Zellen.
- Linked Title Crab Fat Magazine
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 3, February 2015
Issue 3 of Crab Fat Magazine is an awesome collection of weird prose and poetry. This issue welcomes our new fiction editor on board, and includes more visual art than previous editions. In issue 3, you will find hybrid forms, a mock interview, segmented prose, sexually charged verse, and thought provoking images. Contributors include Susannah Betts, Angela Patane, Kyle Hemmings, Michael Howard, J.J. Hernandez, and others. From an artistic standpoint, we believe issue 3 presents the best representation of what Crab Fat strives to achieve.
- Linked Title The Midwest Quarterly
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 60 Number 4, Summer 2014
A Year of Poetry: Special All-Poetry Issue #4: Work and Play
- Linked Title matchbook
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date February 16, 2015
“Goodbye, Piano” by Megan Giddings
- Linked Title Grain
- Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 42 Number 2, Winter 2014
Arist as Watcher / Writer as Witness