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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 33 Numbers 3 & 4, Winter & Spring 2017

In this issue, find novella “Poachings” by Greg Brown; two personal essays by Mary Odden and Katharine Haake; and seven short stories by Richard Dokey, Alice Hatcher, Garret Keizer, Sophia Veltfort, Les Myers, Gretchen Flesher Duggan, and Derek Palacio. Also in this issue: a collection of poems by 30 poets, including Dilruba Ahmed, Peter Krumbach, Jennifer Tseng, Kimiko Hahn, John Bargowski, Sean Hill, Patricia Hooper, Tina Barr, John Hodgen, Christopher Howell, Doug Rampseck, Nathan Hoks, and more.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 197, Fall 2016

Cimarron Review's Fall 2016 issue features poetry by Samiah Haque, Leah Poole Osowski, Kyle Adamson, Erin Malone, Nina Budabin McQuown, Will Walker, John Wall Barger, Jennifer Newhouse, Natalie Solmer, Erica Wright, Steve Wilson, Tanya Muzumdar, Mark Jarman, Benjamin Seanor, and Travis Wayne Denton. With fiction by Wendy Oleson, Nathan Leslie, and Karen Laws, plus nonfiction by Melissa Ferrone and Jessie Van Eerden. Cover art is by Madeleine Barnes.

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 69 Number 4, Winter 2017

In this issue: Leslie Pietrzyk's story “Shadow Daughter"; William Logan on Emily Dickinson's language; John Dixon Hunt on Capability Brown's legacy; poems by Dick Davis, John Greening, Stuart Henson, Wendy Videlock, Kevin Cutrer, Michele Wolf, Jeanne Murray Walker, Liane Strauss and Marcia Menter; arts reviews (Taylor Mac’s “A 24-Decade History of Popular Music,” Dutch Masters’ sketches, “Moonlight,” “Black Ballerina,” Bach in Boston); and book reviews—biographies (Evelyn Waugh and Madame de Staël); fiction (Viet Thanh Nguyen, Anuradha Roy, Margot Livesey, etc.); poetry (Phillis Levin, Mark Doty, etc.); nonfiction (Joyce Carol Oates, Shirley Hazzard, Ursula K. Le Guin, Edward O. Wilson).

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 39 Number 4, Winter 2016

This issue is replete with upstarts and transgressors of varying kind. Find fiction by Alix Ohlin, Pete Levine, Peter Mountford, and K. C. Frederick; nonfiction by Sophie Beck and Brandon R. Schrand; and poetry by Sharon Dolin, Heather Derr-Smith, and Christopher Citro. Plus, an interview with Nathan Rabin by conducted by Michael Piafsky, a feature by Kristine Somerville, and “The Photographic Sketchbook of Alphonse Mucha.”

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  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 125 Number 1, Winter 2017

Our Winter 2017 issue features a new cover design and a new website design to go with it. In the issue, find fiction by Sidik Fofana, John Sesgo, Michael Knight, and Jamie Quatro; poetry by Tiana Clark, Katy Didden, A. E. Stallings, Michael Shewmaker, Christian Wiman, Jennifer Habel, and Edgar Kunz; and nonfiction by John Jeremiah Sullivan, Lauren Groff, Adam Kirsch, Jon Meacham, and Stephanie Danler. Plus a craft lecture by Mary Jo Salter, an interview with Jill McCorkle, and an editorial by Adam Ross.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 3 Number 1, January 2017

In this issue of 805 Lit + Art, Tim Lavis’s “two-hundred” offers a challenge to Billy Collins. Jennifer Ammon’s “Chemistry,” our Flash Fiction Contest Winner, examines that magical feeling we get—or don’t get—when meeting a potential mate. Kristi Hebert’s “Snapshots” captures the beauty of the cycle of life.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 21, Spring 2017

New Ohio Review 21 features fiction, nonfiction, and poetry by established and first-time writers, as well as the feature, “The Villains of poetry,” which explores poems by Browning, Ai, Denise Duhamel, and Frank Bidart, among others. Look for our highlighted poets: George Bilgere, Craig van Rooyen, and Emily Sernaker.

  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 30 Number 1, Spring 2017


  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Volume 47 Issue 3, December 2016
  • Volume/Number/Issue/Date Issue 18, 2017
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